THE AWESOMENESS OF HUMAN BRAIN
According to the scientists’ reviews, man only incorporates less than 10% of his brain capacity. This shows how awesome a human can be, if it’s utilized more. Although man only uses less than 10% of his brain’s ability, we can witness the created human cultures that are really extraordinary.
Human Brain has 1 trillion brain cells and is able to have awesome capabilities. Do you know that 1 brain cell of a man has a power capable to beat any most sophisticated computer?
The human brain is a universe weighs 1 kilogram. This statement is not redundant, because:
- If all information of all library books or all information of all telecommunication networks in the world are loaded into the brain, human brain will never be full.
- If every second we load 10 information until we die in the age of 100 years, human brain hasn’t been filled half of its capacity.
- The capacity of human brain is a digit of one followed by a set of zeroes which length is 10 to the exponent of 5 million kilometer. This length is proportional to the journey from the earth to the moon, as many as 14 times round trip journey.
THE LEFT & RIGHT BRAIN
Human brain consists of right brain and left brain (hemisphere). The left brain is linguistic, analytical and goes from the parts to the whole. The right brain learns through images, is intuitive, sensitive to music, and absorbs the whole without needing to understand the parts. The left brain remembers mostly with words, the right brain remembers mostly with images.
Our brain will function optimally if the left and right brains are in equilibrium. When the brain functions optimally, all human senses will be in their top performances. But this is a rare condition because most people develop and be mature while dominantly using their left brain. How can we make it balance, between the left and right brains? The answer is Midbrain Activation.
Conscious Mind vs. Subconscious Mind
Some experts categorize left brain as conscious mind, and right brain as subconscious mind. Would you like to do an experiment to see how conscious mind and subconscious mind work? First, close your eyes and imagine you are holding a fresh lemon that is cut into half in front of your face. Now picture yourself squeezing the lemon so hard that the lemon juice sprinkle all over your face and dribbles into your mouth. Can you taste the lemon juice? Do you have more saliva in your mouth now? But where is the lemon?
In fact, our subconscious mind (right brain) cannot tell whether the image is from our eyes, from our imagination or from our memory. Whatever our conscious mind (left brain) decides to focus on, our subconscious mind reacts to it. Sometimes, this is how some people frighten themselves to death.
Do you realize once we decide where to go, our body reacts accordingly? We never have to put an effort to control which leg to step out first, and how high to raise it. All these actions are taken care of by our subconscious mind.
MIDBRAIN-What is it?
The midbrain, also called the mesencephalon, is a small region of the brain that serves as a relay center for visual, auditory, and motor system information. The midbrain is directly involved with motor and sensory functions.
Midbrain Manages functions of the left and right brain. Midbrain is the bridge between left & right hemispheres. Once the midbrain gets activated, information will exchange more efficiently in between both hemispheres which leads to more efficient in learning and absorbing information. Midbrain activation allows the brain to function as a whole, rather than only utilizing one part of the brain.
The midbrain acts as a sort of control tower of consciousness and is equipped with highly advanced intelligence. If a person develops his midbrain, he will acquire a memory that will allow him to never forget whatever he has seen or heard once. Once you learn how to access the midbrain, you can become a super human. In order to awaken this part of the brain, it is necessary to stimulate a hormonal discharge by sending a special vibration.
What is MIDBRAIN Activation?
Midbrain activation is a method to stimulate and make balance the left and right brains, including activating intuition capability, which lays in the right brain, so that the children would have capability to do things with their eyes closed. With this intuition active, when the children grow up their right brain would remain active and not dominated by the left grain, providing they seriously practice it. So, nothing to wonder….this is the most spectacular method to activate the brain, and may be directly proven for its awesomeness after activation.
HOW is MIDBRAIN Activated?
The midbrain has to be awakened by stimulating a hormonal discharge by sending a special vibration. For this scientific alpha-theta level music are played where apparently only children can receive these waves effectively. In general, alpha and theta waves belongs to babies & children. During midbrain activation, a child learns how to enter the condition of meditative Trans in order to be able to “see” with eyes closed (Blind-folded).
How can midbrain activation make a child “see” with eyes closed? How does it work? For instance, a child is detecting an object, i.e., he is reading a newspaper headline. With his eyes closed, the child must concentrate peacefully, so that he can guess accurately. Since it’s impossible to see something with eyes closed, the brain wave will ”contact” the intuition existing in the right brain. When the intuition becomes active, the object will be detected with various sensation (sight, smelling, hearing, sensing etc.), and then the left brain responds it by reading the text on the newspaper.
Speaking in non-technical terms…
When a midbrain activated child is blindfolded; the child makes his state of mind to go in meditation state. When it is achieved child will see light on his forehead (off course in his/her mind). This light is nothing but the mapping of information sensed by the other sense organs other than eyes in the form of various frequencies from the visual light. The pattern is similar to what we can see with our open eyes.
It can be understood by giving examples of our daily life experiences like – getting ultrasound images of babies using waves, getting MRI images using magnetic resonance, flying of bats without eyes, etc.