Neuroscience has discovered we have complex and functional intelligence systems in our heart and gut as well as our head.

What is mBraining?

Utilising the powerful and practical methodologies of NLP, Cognitive Linguistics and Behavioural Modeling, the founders, Grant Soosalu and Marvin Oka  have synthesised a remarkably wide range of research findings into an integrated coaching approach that is practical, potent, and immediate in its results.


As well as your head, did you know that the heart contains brain cells? These cells process and manage emotions and have a direct impact on your behaviour and relationships. Your heart is optimised for processing emotions and the way you connect to others. The gut handles self-preservation, a sense of who we are and our ability to take action on those things that really matter.  How does accessing the intelligences in your head, heart and gut benefit you in a Coaching session?  

mBIT Coaching is a suite of techniques for communicating with and integrating all three neural networks. mBraining is the name given to the overall process of working with your multiple intelligences. It is a synthesis of the latest research in neurology and cognitive science, it expands upon NLP (Neurolinguistic Psychology) and is based in neuroscience. When the head heart and gut are coherently aligned or balanced, it allows each of us to tap into competencies and emotional states that you cannot get from the head alone.  

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Benefits of mBraining

  • Achieve greater clarity & wisdom.

  • Access a greater sense of self.

  • Find more peace and less internal conflict. 

  • Increase Resilience.

  • Act in accordance with your goals.

  • Gain a deeper understanding of what you really want. 

  • Learn simple breathing techniques for your well-being.

  • Understand yourself more deeply.

  • Shift undesirable habits.

  • Live from your highest expressions.

  • Be confident in your decision making.

  • Reduce stress and anxiety states.  

  • Improve gut health.

  • Integrate what you think, feel and know in you decision making.

  • Stop procrastinating and start taking  action towards whats important to you.

 

 

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