‘Our methodology can wake up sleeping brain potential’ - The New Indian Express

‘Our methodology can wake up sleeping brain potential’

Published: 08th April 2013 10:49 AM

Last Updated: 08th April 2013 10:49 AM

Midbrain Master (MBM) Training Center is an company which promotes and creates talents as its goal and is conducting study into learning and brain activation methods. It is claimed that using their blindfold self-training method, also known as midbrain activation method, 80 per cent children have been able to bring a change in themselves and their study capabilities. Rajiv Ahuja, international trainer and

A P Archana, main trainer for India speaks to City Express about their unique offering.

Tell us about your unique methods of improving a child's capabilities?

Rajiv Ahuja: We are using a specially modified and recognised methodology which is among the most effective midbrain activation teaching (MBM materials) and advanced brain wave frequency. According to our research, when we start the development of the brain between the image feature, it can wake up some sleeping brain potential.

What is the adaptation age?

A P Archana: We must assist a child when they are 6-12 years old, otherwise it is very difficult to help them to develop their brain. This is because the left brain 'logic' becomes more sophisticated, the brain tends to slow the aging field also, their image memory and other functions are gradually lost. The ideal adaptation age is 4 years to 14 because they are easily able to absorb new things and also to new ways of learning. Regardless of the child’s academic standards, the midbrain activation will further strengthen and improve their ability through the blindfolded intellectual reading and the blind visual memory reading method to strengthen and use their right brain. If children can use their whole brain, this will help them to obtain higher success in their future.

What is the difference between midbrain before activation and after activation?

Rajiv Ahuja: Midbrain is the control device for the left and right brain. It is also the bridge and a key to open the subconscious. Midbrain activation awakens the cerebrum’s potential power by the highly effective memory, reversal of stress, absorbing power, induction force and dedicated strength and so on. It lets the mental ability display in the study.

Does the midbrain activation function disappear after sometime?

A P Archana: Basically once midbrain activation starts, brain waves can be increased with age or if neglected it can gradually weaken. If you continue to practice with the brain waves, it keeps getting enhanced. After midbrain activation starts, every week one needs to practice two to three times for about five to ten minutes.

What is your marketing strategy?

Rajiv Ahuja: Most of the students in our training center are recommended by those parents who have already sent their children to attend our program.

When did you start and how many students have benefitted?

A P Archana: We started in November 2012 taking up the franchise from MBM. We start with a 2-day level 1 programme and then go on for 7 levels which takes two to two and a half months. As of now we have about 120 students who have mastered the entire levels. Pradeep, our associate is currently the head of Karnataka.

What is the fee for your course?

Rajiv Ahuja: The fees for the course is Rs 12,000. Apart from the main levels, we offer three additional course; how to score good marks, improve memory skills and how parents can tackle children.

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