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 How Your Brain Can Adapt in Difficult Times

During the 1930s and early '40s, a whole generation in succession experienced the stress of the Great Depression and then World War II. You may have parents, grandparents, or sometimes great – grandparents who have personal recollections of that difficult time. Despite the hardship of those generations of generation, hopelessness and despair were much less […]

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There is a final beta experience with Brainwave

Brain wave utilizes the physical principle of frequency after responding to the dominant brain wave frequency or guiding a certain, desired state of consciousness. Coating in 6 minutes can result in ultimate beta brainwave frequency experience and provides the best state of mind for everyday tasks and instantaneous information. Beta is a fast, high frequency […]

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Bringing Heart and Mind – Practice of Stopping and Returning

The many wisdom traditions in the world promote meditation as a method of contacting the actual lifestyle as it does, attention and awareness. One of the reasons why this is so precious is that our minds are usually less accurate about our experience. Our thinking mind often brings stories and imaginations about our experiences that […]

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Multisensory teaching methods – an inspirational method for dyslexics

Some people with visual learners and pictures, videos, spreadsheets, charts, etc. They have to work together. By learning this way, the initial entry of information first enters the brain. They are taken to the visual bark and transferred to other areas before processing. The student's auditory styles can be heard first before processing. Auditorium students […]