OPEN FOCUS is a method taught by the Princeton Biofeedback Centre, LLC to reduce stress related symptoms andenhance well-being, using principles developed in the field of electroencephagraphic (EEG) biofeedback, now called neurofeedback.
OPEN FOCUS techniques can help relieve symptoms that you may not recognize as being stress related and can be beneficial to relieve physical and emotional discomfort and pain, anxiety and other performance deficits; providing you with a greater sense of overall well-being.
The Open Focus attention training exercises exisit as a program. These exercises have been place in a certain order to facilitate the learning of Open Focus attention skills. Therefore, it is recommended that people purchase and practice the exercises in the order that is listed below, rather than skipping ahead to more advanced exercises. For best results, it is recommended that each exercise is practiced at least two times per day for one week before moving on to the next exercise. After spending a week with each exercise, feel free to practice whichever exercise produced the best results.
- Introduction to Open Focus
- Introduction to Open Focus Practice
- Head and Hands
- Long Form
- Short Form
- General Practice
- Dissolving Physical and Emotional Pain
- Dissolving Pain and Other Experience
- Joint Space in Open Focus
- Heart Centered Open Focus
- Localizing Feeling, Emotion and Pain
- How Am I Paying Attention?
- Transfer of Open Focus to Daily Life
- Feeling in Open Focus
- Listening in Open Focus
- Thinking in Open Focus
- Seeing in Open Focus
- Racquet Sports Training (can be used for all sports)
- Independent Practice of Open Focus