MidBrain 

According to the Theosophy, the Mid Brain is related to the Pineal Gland. The Pineal Gland, referred to as the Mid Brain, is a small pine cone shaped organ inside human brain.Mid brain is between left and right hemisphere of brain, it is functioning as a bridge between the analytical and creative thinking, it is also a key to open the subconscious. 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.If 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. 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 do many activities blindfolded . Balancing right and left brain functions. Improved memory, concentration and focus. Emotional stability. Gain self-confidence and personality development. Enhance creativity, planning and imagination.Enhance absorption capacity and improve learning capability. Improvement in behavior. 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.

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