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Alphabioti-critique In recent years there have emerged various critical articles on the internet about Alphabiotics. When anything new comes on the scene, especially something that really delivers – yet is so almost incomprehensibly simple; it tends to meet with resistance. Anyway, these articles generally fall into two categories. First are the skeptics. Skepticism as a […]

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Cookie Monster

Cookie Monster-The New England Alphabiotic Foundation A woman was waiting at an airport one night, with several long hours before her flight. She hunted for a book in the airport shops, bought a bag of cookies and found a place to drop. She was engrossed in her book but happened to see, that the man […]

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Works like a medicine, behaves like a drug

It’s an experience of something new. You either take to it with ease, jump right in and enjoy the ride, or you’re skeptical about every little nuance. That this is a first is open to debate, yet a way has been found to immediately shift consciousness to a subjectively better state. There are many ways […]

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Bartlett, Bosc or Anjou? Alphabiotic … personal and unique

In the 1998 movie, City of Angels starring Meg Ryan there is a wonderful line where she is describing the taste of a pear to Nicholas Cage who has never had that experience. From the movie script … ‘Describe it. Like Hemingway. Well, it tastes like … a pear. You don’t know what a pear […]

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Oh No, Coho.

Consider the plight of Atlantic salmon; swimming, leaping and flopping their way upstream to spawn. As they exert themselves at this high rate, levels of cortisol (the body’s primary stress hormone) surge through every body system to help provide energy and drive the fight-or-flight response that keeps them going. If the salmon could stop to […]

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Developmental Alphabiotics.

Alphabiotics – The New England Alphabiotic Foundation A Long Story, Short … In the early 1920’s, in Buffalo Gap: Texas, a local physician made a startling discovery. He found a way to address any human challenge or limitation using only his hands and simple movement of the head. He found that this specific movement of […]

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