Rewire Your Brain for Positive Change with Garnet Dupuis and Dr. Christine Schaffner
In today’s episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Garnet Dupuis, an experienced integrative and complementary wellness professional who has been exploring light, sound, and consciousness for over 40 years. We dove into neuroplasticity and how to change a brain that resists change. Garnet shares his expertise on brain engagement, how it differs from brain entrainment, and the importance of sensory enrichment and neuroplastic motivation for creating positive adaptive change in the brain.
Together, we explore embracing uncertainty and the obstacles that can hinder change, such as habituation and traumatic past experiences. Garnet also shares insights on the neurological processes involved in changing behaviors, the importance of understanding the circadian cycle, and the role of psychedelics in promoting change.
Listen in as we discuss the power of creative and healing acts to improve the world and learn more about the revolutionary neurovisor technology:
Connect with Garnet Dupuis
NeuroVizr™ – website: https://www.neurovizr.com/
Garnet Dupuis is a dedicated professional in the field of Integrative and Complementary Wellness. He had explored light, sound, and consciousness since 1970, when he was still studying at a university in Canada, at the beginning of the Human Potential Movement. Currently, he serves as the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Brain Prime Technology in Singapore and the Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder of Lucid Studios in Thailand, a company specializing in the development of Neuro Reality devices known as NeuroVizr instruments designed to stimulate and enhance positive neuroplastic changes in the brain.
Garnet’s philosophy views life as a spiritual journey of compassion and awakening. He resides in a mountain rainforest east of Chiang Mai, Thailand. He actively dedicates his time and resources to wildlife rescue and conservation efforts, including funding, constructing, and managing a Long-Life Gibbon Sanctuary for injured and orphaned gibbons in Southeast Asia.
Garnet holds a broad educational background, with degrees and graduate training in Classical and Clinical Homeopathy, Oriental Medicine, Radionics, Massage Therapy and Bodywork, Hydrotherapy, Remedial Exercise, Biofeedback, Psychology, and English Literature. He has presented lectures and professional presentations in several countries, including Bulgaria, Hungary, Japan, Thailand, and the USA.
Additionally, he is an associated writer for Biohacker Magazine and the author of the forthcoming book “Lucid Brain.”