Back in 2011 when I first began practicing Access Bars, I met with a neurologist from the University of Pennsylvania to share what I knew about the bars, find out more about brain function and see if I could conjure up a research experiment. Like many others, I am very interested in the science of energy and though I first-hand had experienced the benefits of the bars, I was super curious about what was really going on in the brain. That's when I learned just how long of a line there is to get access to the scientists and equipment necessary for an experiment. Ah well, I'll have to take my own, as well as my client's experiential data for now. ...But one day!
A friend who I certified in Access Bars who practices in Philadelphia came to a seminar in Denver last week with Dr. Dain Heer. He shared with me that he announced the Global Neuroscience Research Foundation is beginning its study on the Access Bars this month, led by Dr. Fannin. Dr. Fannin experienced the bars and knew immediately something profound was happening in his brain. So he decided to make it a priority to find out! He and his team will be visiting 7 cities and recording data from Access Bars sessions using advanced technology to measure, interpret and analyze brain and energy functions.