12 Week Program
Healing, Growth and Performance and Higher Living starts here.
MENTAL FITNESS AND MIND YOGA
SWITCH OFF SURVIVAL MIND
DEFEAT YOUR EGO-INSURGENTS
DISCOVER YOUR SACRED SELF
CQ INTELLIGENCE IS THE NEW SOFTWARE FOR YOUR MINDS OS
If you’re not as productive as you’d like to be. If you’re stressed, anxious or stuck in your million year old brain. Understand this has probably become a neurological problem over time. This means your psychology has become your biology. The CQ Program will flip the on switch in your minds operating system and help you access the parts of your brain where creativity, focus, passion and insight live. An entirely different area to where anxiety and fear live.
Yoga means union. With CQ Mind Yoga we turn on emotional, social and spiritual intelligence that may be lying partially dormant from living in a stressed environment. When you bring body, mind and soul together, you become unstoppable as far as your goals, performance and optimal living need to go.
Most people perform well below their capability. As yoga improves mindset, mental fitness and well being so CQ Intelligence improves mental sharpness, confidence, performance, calm and creativity. The CQ program offers laser focused living off what works for mind body and your SACRED SELF, while we turn off the ego’s automatically learned fear, anxiety and stress receptors.
20 – 40 Minute Daily CQ sessions a day help you wake-up the parts of your brain providing energy, insight, motivation and the Core Strengthening tools you need to really change your life around.
Video & Audio Sessions, Teachings & Exercises each week help you build CQ Muscle’s in body, mind and soul and help you Track your Progress in realtime.
90 DAYS. 12 WEEKS
Research shows it takes 21 days to change a habit and 90 days to change a Lifestyle. This is true of developing CQ Intelligence muscle. Intermediate and Advanced courses are also available for those completing the CQ Program.
Develop CQ Intelligence. Switch off Survival Mind. Perform, Think & Live Better. We will thrive not survive.
What People Say
I was depressed, anxious and probably addicted. I couldn’t stop my racing thoughts, even with medication and meditation. I thought I was finished. Until I developed the Contemplative Mind Muscle that finally opened me…I’ve never closed.PETER JONES. CQ CLIENT, 2015
Enroll in the 12 Week CQ Program now
SWITCH OFF LIZARD BRAIN. DEFEAT YOUR EGO-INSURGENTS. DISCOVER YOUR SACRED SELF.
Yoga means union. With CQ Mind Yoga we turn on emotional, social and spiritual intelligence that may be lying partially dormant from living in a stressed environment.
When you bring body, mind and soul together, you become unstoppable as far as your goals, performance and optimal living need to go. Most people perform well below their capability. As yoga improves mindset, mental fitness and well being so CQ Intelligence improves mental sharpness, confidence, performance, calm and creativity.
The CQ program offers laser focused living off what works for mind body and your SACRED SELF, while we turn off the ego’s automatically learned fear, anxiety and stress receptors.
500 000 participants researched
The new research from Stanford with close on half a million participants has changed the world as we know it. It suggests that mindful exercises have been proven to increases peak performance and happiness beyond any shadow of a doubt.
In just as little as 8 weeks modern research shows that we can scan your brain and easily see changes to the gray matter inside your brain. It moves you from Survival Mind at the back and bottom of your brain right across to the other pole, to the top and the front. This is where higher functioning minds reside, and it is a neurological journey to get there.
EXTRAORDINARY LONG TERM BENEFITS
Harvard Medical School Phd’s recently announced that they have found “extraordinary, long-term benefits” from the work of mindfulness and meditation. Virgina medical school has found that anxiety, mild depression, chromic pain, asthma, ADHD, and high-functioning autism, that can be treated with mind-based interventions. The list goes on, and on. Around 50 000 reports of new studies are now available all saying pretty much the same thing.
From Browns university documented practice-specific effects that showed open-awareness and concentration, each with its own psychophysiological and neurocognitive effects. insomnia, stress, anxiety spectrum disorders, and mental health though to proven insomnia, stress, anxiety spectrum disorders, and mental health improvement research at Harvard medical school. The vote is in from NEUROSCIENCE, HUMAN SCIENCES AND PERFORMANCE RESEARCH SCIENCES.
IMPROVED AFFECT TOLERANCE
Stanford also discovered that the work creates the ability to bring about “tolerance of the difficult experiences we inevitably encounter as human beings”. With the cultivation of this “affect-tolerance” comes the ability to reach a sense of harmony in which we no longer need to be damaged by difficult experiences.
Harvard Health did tons of research on the fight or flight stress response, Amygdala Hijack response, and discovered that its long term effects can be chronic physical and psychological illness. High blood pressure, artery-clogging deposits and brain changes cause depression, anxiety and more. They even found that it creates obesity, by causing people to sleep and exercise less and eat more.
GROUND BREAKING NEW RESEARCH ON THE BRAINS THREAT CENTRES
Research has found that contemplative practices result in “greater mind-body awareness, an ability to reduce stress through emotional self-regulation, and, ultimately, the possibility of a “meditative-cognitive component.”
Scientistic have found increased balance to the autonomic nervous system comes the decrease in stress response hormones (neurotoxins like cortisol), lowering blood pressure and increasing of heart rate variability. Additional benefits include increased levels of natural “happy neurotransmitters,” such as GABA, serotonin, melatonin and oxytocin, and the reduction to the size of the amygdala, which is the brain’s threat center, responsible for fear, anxiety and stress.