Vital Tones Creativity is a powerful brainwave therapy for improving creativity, imagination, innovation, improvisation, inspiration and inventiveness.
In recent years, scientists have grown more interested in understanding what’s going on in the brain when people are engaged in creative activities such as playing a musical instrument, singing, or brainstorming.
One such study compared the brain activity of professional jazz pianists as they freely improvised or played a memorized composition on a keyboard while in a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner. In addition to widespread activity in sensorimotor and language areas, improvisation was associated with increased activity in the medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC).
In another study, scientists used fMRI to peer into the brains of freestyle rappers as they improvised or performed rehearsed lyrics. Similar to the jazz pianists, improvisation in the rappers was associated with increased activity in the MPFC
Numerous studies show that when cognitive control is low, regions of the brain comprising the default mode network (DMN) — which is involved in unconscious forms of information processing — become active. Scientists theorize that this network, which includes the MPFC, contributes to spontaneous thought generation during daydreaming and plays an important role in creative behavior.
Researchers found that the more creative study participants’ responses were, the greater the volume of gray matter (nerve cell bodies and projections) observed in regions of the DMN, including the precuneus.
Vital Tones Creativity consist of 2 different sessions.
Each session is 22 minutes long.