What should I think about while using Sens.ai?

Modified on Fri, 03 May 2024 at 11:47 AM

When using Sens.ai, it's common to wonder what exactly to think about, especially if you're new to neurofeedback or meditation. Here are some perspectives to consider:

1. Embrace Non-Analytical Awareness: Sens.ai is designed to accelerate the benefits of meditation, which is primarily about non-analytical awareness. Rather than overthinking, focus on being present and attentive to the meditative object.

2. Utilize Boosts and Meditations: Sens.ai offers boosts and meditation options to enhance your training experience. When starting a session, consider pairing a boost with a recommended meditation. This helps create a conducive environment for deeper focus and awareness.

3. Stack Primers with Boosts and Meditations: For optimal results, stack primers, boosts, and recommended meditations. This approach aligns your focus with the intended training objectives, such as cultivating gratitude or clarity.

4. Stay Present and Avoid Analytical Thinking: If you find yourself slipping into analytical thinking during a session, remember that Sens.ai is designed to encourage awareness and attention. Try to refocus on the meditative object, allowing yourself to fully immerse in the experience.

5. Leverage Audio Cues: Sens.ai incorporates audio cues, such as sounds linked to specific feelings or objects. Use these cues to deepen your engagement with the meditative experience, reinforcing your focus and attention.

By embracing these perspectives and practices, you can enhance your Sens.ai journey and reap the full benefits of neurofeedback and meditation.

Check out this video clip from our founders explaining this further.

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