Self-Technology, the AI of the mind
At the intersection of personal development and AI industries

Self-Technology could be looked at as a very specific niche that defines the line between the personal development and disruptive technology industries affected by AI, such as IoT, Big Data, Blockchain, AR; Biometry, Human Augmentation (HA), Human Enhancement (HE), and Bioengineering.

It is an incremental improvement to the functioning of the mind affecting the brain, but it's also a disruptive technology in itself because it is a new kind of AI for the mind:

It gives us the ability to create automated tools serviced by our biological processes, like a self-generated biometric sensor running on auto-pilot, that converts the electricity sparkling through the flesh of our brain, ignited by thoughts (more specifically Intent Impulses™), into information we can use to– but not limited to –control the emission, and transmission, to name a few, of electromagnetic impulsing, to influence the occurrences of events within the body (our biological, neurological, and genetical systems), and without, as in what’s happening in our immediate and afar environments, expanding our capabilities exponentially instead of linearly.

Controlling electromagnetic impulses

While the goal is to help you understand you have an innate ability to unlock a powerful technology available to you, which is biological and neurological, and it gives you the capacity of influencing and controlling your environments within and without, at will, and this means you'll get to understand yourself better and will help you grow in many ways, that is not the aim in itself, but one of the territories you’d need to walk through—amongst other ways which will be introduced to you—to get to the next stage.

We're talking about impulse forces, electromagnetic pulsation, emission, transmission, diffusion, infusion, synapses, SCIT Information™, and Self-Technology Bridges™, the Intent Environments™, to name a few. A very different terrain.

Just as we have electricity feeding the connections through the Internet, and electromagnetic frequency being transmitted through telecommunication towers and wireless networks, our bodies are also electrical and magnetic—from what's in its biochemistry, to the synapses in our brain, to the pulsation of our heart, we’re constantly connected through a source of electromagnetic power.