mBraining also known as mBIT (multiple brain integration technique) is a self-development approach that involves the process of aligning and balancing the three key brains within the human body: the head brain (intellectual), the heart brain (emotional), and the gut brain (intuitive). It is a new field of applied neuroscience that helps you align your multiple brains for greater wisdom, success, and happiness in a world of constant change. It’s a beautifully simple model that provides a roadmap to navigate life’s challenges, based on the latest neuroscience and behavioral psychology. Developed by Grant Soosalu and Marvin Oka, mBraining coaches you to integrate your multiple brains for specific outcomes.
Research suggests that these three brains are interconnected and have a significant impact on our decision-making, emotional regulation, and overall well-being. The mBraining approach utilizes a combination of techniques such as meditation, visualization, and breathing exercises to bring these three brains into alignment, allowing individuals to tap into their full potential and make better decisions in all areas of their lives. The mBraining technique has been shown to help improve emotional intelligence, increase resilience, reduce stress, and enhance creativity and intuition, and several case studies have examined the effectiveness of mBraining in various contexts. The published content can be found in the ‘International Journal of Coaching Psychology’, ‘Journal of Management and Organization’, ‘Journal of Creativity and Business Innovation’, and in the ‘Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience’.
There are many examples of mBraining being applied in various fields and contexts. Here are a few examples:
1. Personal Development: From overcoming limiting beliefs and fears to developing greater and emotional intelligence and capacity, the technique is also useful for individuals experiencing stress, anxiety, or other emotional challenges.
2. Leadership and Management: mBraining can help leaders and managers improve their decision-making abilities by ensuring each brain is operating from its highest expression and therefore make more effective and sustainable decisions that benefit their teams and organizations.
3. Education: By engaging all three brains, students can develop a deeper understanding of the material taught and improve their memory and recall.
4. Coaching and Therapy: mBraining is often used by coaches and therapists to help their clients align the head, heart, and gut brains, to access their own inner wisdom and make better decisions about their lives.
5. Creative Arts: mBraining can help artists and creatives tap into their intuition and inspiration, leading to more innovative and original output.
Choosing a career path: Deciding what career to pursue can be a major decision, and may involve weighing factors such as personal interests, job prospects, and financial considerations.
Choosing a romantic partner: Choosing a romantic partner can involve navigating complex emotions and relationships, and may require balancing factors such as compatibility, shared values, and personal goals.
Deciding to have children: Starting a family is a major life decision that requires careful consideration of factors such as personal readiness, financial stability, and family support.
Making health-related choices: People may need to make choices related to their health, such as whether to adopt a healthy lifestyle, whether to seek medical treatment, or whether to take medication.
Deciding where to live: People may need to decide where to live based on factors such as career opportunities, cost of living, family proximity, and personal preferences.
Choosing how to spend free time: People may need to decide how to spend their free time based on personal interests, social obligations, and financial constraints.
Handling conflicts: People may need to make choices about how to handle conflicts with family, and friends, and may need to balance factors such as assertiveness, empathy, and relationship preservation.
Choosing a job: When looking for work, people have to decide which job to apply for, taking into account factors such as salary, job security, and work-life balance. If offered a job, people have to decide whether to accept it, considering factors such as the job responsibilities, the work environment, and the benefits package.
Progression of career: People may need to decide whether to pursue a promotion within their current field, or whether to switch to a different career path altogether.
Setting work goals: People may need to decide which tasks to prioritize based on factors such as deadlines, importance, and urgency. People have to set personal and professional goals to achieve at their workplace, deciding which areas to focus on and how to prioritize their tasks.
Deciding whether to take on additional responsibilities: People may need to weigh the benefits and costs of taking on additional responsibilities at work, such as additional training, leading a team or working on a new project, and have to decide whether it’s the right choice for them.
Deciding whether to speak up: People may need to decide whether to voice out a workplace issue or concern, and may need to consider the potential consequences of doing so.
Choosing how to approach professional development: People may need to decide how to handle their professional development, such as whether to pursue additional education, attend conferences or workshops, or seek mentorship.
Deciding when to ask for a raise or promotion: People have to decide when to ask for what they believe they are due in the workplace, weighing factors such as job performance, the company’s financial situation, and their career goals.
Choosing whether to leave a job: If a job is not meeting a person’s needs or expectations, they may have to decide whether to stay or look for other opportunities elsewhere.
Deciding how to handle workplace conflicts: People may need to make choices about how to handle conflicts with coworkers or supervisors, whether to address the issue directly or seek mediation from a third party.
Deciding how to handle ethical dilemmas: Managers and CEO’s may need to make choices about how to handle ethical dilemmas that arise in the workplace and may need to balance factors such as company policy, personal values, and potential consequences.
If you’re interested in learning more, check out the official mBIT International website or reaching out to a qualified mBIT coach.
Shaguffta Pattel is a certified mBraining coach, clinical hypnotherapist, Access Bars trainer & facilitator, and Body Whispering practitioner.