MIDBRAIN ACTIVATION directs your children towards being ‘Brilliant’. Let them explore the infinite potential of your child for academic performance and personal growth.
The MID BRAIN ACTIVATION Workshop by Aadinath Kundalini Yoga Foundation course is a perfect solution for your child’s brain development. MIDBRAIN is important to make both the Left Brain (Logical) and Right Brain (Creative) function effortlessly. MIDBRAIN ACTIVATION helps your child read and see with a blindfold through their Brainwave alerts.
This method will also develop a child’s hidden creative and logical skills. Appreciable abilities like reading and identifying colours with a blindfold, making them do mathematical calculations faster, making them perform excellently in sports and extracurricular activities, and helping them sleep better. This will increase a child’s intelligence level by sharpening their memory.
MIDBRAIN ACTIVATION directs your children towards being ‘Brilliant’. Let them explore the infinite potential for academic performance and personal growth. Children will be able to perform more efficiently and quickly for better productivity. It develops surprising intuitive abilities, excellent visual sense for reading ability without seeing, quick learning, maximises self-confidence, greater emotional control, and control of reaction and behaviour.
Starting From : 25 June 2022 to 28 June 2022 .
Timing :Evening – 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
Every moment that we spend in higher consciousness helps uplift the consciousness of the whole world and we do our best for the world rather than becoming the best in the world.
The training method trains the children with the help of Pseudoscience to activate their MIDBRAIN for more efficient usage. This allows children to evolve visual and memory abilities to recognise visual objects without seeing them.
Yes. But only up to the age of 15 years maximum.
Important advantages of Midbrain Activation are:
Midbrain Activation is helpful as it activates Pineal gland of a child which makes him/her a quick learner & results in sharp memory.
No. Only in children of age group 9-15 years.