Mind Power & Rapid Learning Techniques

RAPID LEARNING TECHNIQUES

Have ever wondered:

  1. Why & how some people get an idea quickly, while others take longer?
  2. Why some people recall facts faster than others?
  3. Why some people make just the right moves at the right time?
  4. Why do you remember some things easily with out even trying, while you may have hard time remembering what you may consider really important.

All these are loaded questions. There has been much scientific studies about the 1, 2, 4, and not enough about the third. You may satisfy your intellectual curiosity simply by googling on internet. Yet, it is noteworthy that modern science has not been able to inculcate these faculties into most people. This is because all scientific explanations. These are logical left brained approaches that are good enough for an understanding, but only by developed brains. They all fall short in their effectiveness in helping people show significant improvements. As an example, look at the scientifically United States of America. You are likely to find young kids relying on drugs to manage their attention deficit disorders, with limited success at best and immeasurable potential detrimental effects.

Ancient sages have known much about all four and more. There are techniques to help everyone get better. It is all about our mind power. Note that although the word ‘brain’ and ‘mind’ are frequently used interchangeably, they are not the same. The neuroscientists talk mostly about brain, as a highly complex computer like ensemble of fatty tissues positioned in head of a living being. The brain is something they can see and experiment with, with reproducible results.

It is known that brain controls all body functions. But, who controls our brain? Our mind does. It is our mind that brings the smarts of the universe at large to develop appropriate neural networks in the brain for activating and controlling our body functions.  Mind, unlike brain, has not been physically seen by anyone. Of course, everyone aware experiences mind every day. It has continued to be of intrigue to philosophers and psychologists particularly for understanding human behaviors that have not been explained by documented brain functions. Unlike our brain the ‘mind’ never dies, although it may become totally or partially inaccessible.

It is only by utilising the ‘whole-mind’ power, we can expect to learn rapidly and respond prudently to experience success in life. At http://TGTpower.com, you will find excellent products and programs to help you in your pursuit of excellence.

 

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