Human Brain Wave
According to the scientist’s reviews, man only incorporates less than 10% of his brain capacity. This shows how awesome a human can be, if it’s utilized more. MidBrain acts like a communication bridge connecting Left Brain and Right Brain. MidBrain must be activated and fully functional to balance the usage of left brain and right brain. Once MidBrain is activated, left brain and right brain can communicate. The science behind this concept of MidBrain Activation is the technique of optimizing the function of our middle brain, which is the Bridge between the left and right brain. Having this bridge activated allows for the retrieval of information between the left and the right brain, which leads to more efficiency in learning and absorbing information. It also brings out and strengthens characteristics such as creativity, memory, application skills, self-confidence and the ability to concentrate.
MidBrain activation training adaption age is 5 to 15 year because in this age it is easier to absorb new things and also it is easy to adapt to new ways of learning. Regardless of the child’s current academic standards, the MidBrain activation will further strengthen and improve their ability. If children can use their whole brain, this will help them to obtain higher success in their future.
The children can apply concentrated force send out the brain wave. They can be blindfolded and will be able to see the object, they can be perspective, they also can greatly enhance their ability to learn and improve their personality. Training a child’s brain to learn new things, whether academically, in sports or other extracurricular activities sounds simple enough. And it can be that simple with the revolutionary new technique of MidBrain Activation.Genius condition doesn’t refer to Intelligent Quotient only but also Emotional Quotient , Creativity Quotient and Spiritual Quotient.
During the MidBrain Activation child learns how to enter the condition of meditative genuineness in order to be able to SEE with eyes closed. The term “genius” here doesn’t mean someone with IQ above 130, rather, it’s the condition that if we are able to decrease the brain wave down to alpha-theta, our brain will function optimally. When the brain functions optimally, all human senses will be in their top performances including the capability of intuition, so that a child is able to do activities with his/her eyes closed.
We should know that, if your brain is able to be trained to enter this condition, you will even be able to do speed reading (reading a book, 1 page in 1 second), even more: with the book positioned upside down! So, the capability of blindfold, speed reading, faster memorization, and better concentration can be achieved if our brain successfully enters the genius condition (alpha-theta waves).
What makes a child have MidBrain Activation ability is the active intuition. What is intuition? Intuition is the man’s capability to obtain perception regarding all matters instantly/real timely or “the capability to think without thinking”. Another definition for intuition provided in Wikipedia.org site is: Intuition is a combination of historical (empirical) data, deep and heightened observation and an ability to cut through the thickness of surface reality. Intuition is like a slow motion machine that captures data instantaneously and hits you like a ton of bricks. Intuition is knowing, sensing that is beyond the conscious understanding – a gut feeling. Intuition is not pseudo-science. – Abella Arthur.
How Geniuses Work
According to conventional wisdom, geniuses are different from everyone else. They can think faster and better than other people. In addition, many people think that all that extra brainpower leads to eccentric or quirky behavior. And although geniuses are fairly easy to spot, defining exactly what makes one person a genius is a little trickier. Figuring out how that person became a genius is harder still.
So, when exploring how geniuses work, it's a good idea to start by defining precisely what a genius is. For the purpose of this article, a genius isn't simply someone with an exceptionally high IQ. Instead, a genius is an extraordinarily intelligent person who breaks new ground with discoveries, inventions or works of art. Usually, a genius's work changes the way people view the world or the field in which the work took place. In other words, a genius must be both intelligent and able to use that intelligence in a productive or impressive way. Your brain regulates your body's organ systems. When you move around, it sends impulses along your nerves and tells your muscles what to do. Your brain controls your senses of smell, taste, touch, sight and hearing, and you experience and process emotions using your brain. On top of all that, your brain allows you to think, analyze information and solve problems. But how does it make you smart?
Scientists haven't figured out exactly how all the gray matter in your brain works, but they do have an idea of which part lets you think. The cerebral cortex, which is the outermost part of your brain, is where thought and reasoning happen. These are your brain's higher functions -- the lower functions, which relate to basic survival, take place deeper in the brain.
Your cerebral cortex is the largest part of your brain, and it's full of wrinkles and folds that allow it to fit in your skull. If you removed and stretched out an adult human's cerebral cortex, it would be about as large as a few pages of a newspaper. It's divided into several lobes, and different regions within these lobes handle specific tasks related to how you think. You can learn about them in more detail in How Your Brain Works, but here's a quick overview of what each lobe handles:
Frontal: speech, thought and memory
Parietal: sensory input from your body
Temporal: auditory information from your ears
Occipital: visual information from your eyes
It's obvious that your cerebral cortex has a big impact on how you think. But studying exactly how it makes you smart is a little tricky, because:
Your brain is hard to get to -- it's encased in your skull.
Tools for looking at the brain, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines, can require a person to be partially or completely still. This can make it hard for doctors to observe people's brain activity during real-life activities.
Brains, like all organs, undergo changes after a person dies. These changes may make it difficult to tell how someone's brain compared to other brains while that person was alive. In addition, postmortem examinations cannot evaluate brain activity.
In spite of all those challenges, researchers have figured out a few things about how the brain affects intelligence. A 2004 study at the University of California, Irvine found that the volume of gray matter in parts of the cerebral cortex had a greater impact on intelligence than the brain's total volume. The findings suggest that the physical attributes of many parts of the brain -- rather than a centralized "intelligence center" -- determine how smart a person is.