Kyusho Brainwave Study
Initiated in 2002, we sought to measure the affects of Kyusho on the working of the brain.
Originally the goal was to validate that the "No Touch" KO was real, not simply hypnosis and how it actually affected the recipient, but in the process we discovered so much more.
Stated: we are working with neurological affects stimulated from neurological stimulus, not blood related organs and or vessels.
With over a decade of research, the equipment has gotten much more sophisticated and advanced in it's reach of measuring the human brain and the affects of Kyusho (as did the skill and understanding levels of Kyusho)... so much has been accomplished and findings will eventually be released privately.
Kyusho International is scheduled for a 2 day intensive testing at the lab, involving 3D mapping of the brainwaves in various manners of manipulation. (July 2013)
This will be filmed by Pixar and Miramax as an extension of the Bubishi project as well as for presentation to 500+ Neurofeedback professionals. (September 2013).
As this develops we will be adding more information to the site for the general public... we are after true Kyusho (From Experience, Not Theory)... subscribe to the page now so you do not miss any of it.
The study includes Health recipes, Wellness adaptations as well as Protection possibilities via Martial Application.
There are 6 types of brainwaves:
Delta is the frequency range up to 4 Hz and is associated with sleep.
Theta is the frequency range from 4 Hz to 8 Hz and is associated with drowsiness, childhood, adolescence and young adulthood.
Alpha (Berger’s wave) is the frequency range from 8 Hz to 12 Hz. Sensory motor rhythm (SMR) is a middle frequency (about 12-16 Hz) associated with physical stillness and body presence. A target will have trouble moving whenever this frequency is applied.
Beta is the frequency range above 12 Hz. Low amplitude beta with multiple and varying frequencies is often associated with active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration.
Gamma is the frequency range approximately 26-80 Hz. Gamma rhythms appear to be involved in higher mental activity, including perception, problem solving, fear, and consciousness.
Mu ranges 8–13 Hz., and partly overlaps with other frequencies. It reflects the synchronous firing of motor neurons in rest state. Mu suppression is thought to reflect motor mirror neuron systems, because when an action is observed, the pattern extinguishes, possibly because of the normal neuronal system and the mirror neuron system "go out of sync", and interfere with each other