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March 23, 2015
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Quote of the Week

Your children are not your own They come through you but not From you

Kahil Gibran


Welcome to our New Newsletter

Why has the name changed ?

Midbrain Activation and Quantum Speed Reading were only available for children. We have since discovered that adults too can profit from the same programs.

We have also introduced some more programs for adults such as Awaken the Third Eye and Mindpower.

We now have programs for the whole family and we strongly believe that to developing the genius in our children is a whole family commitment

Welcome to our new members Please feel free to pass this on to your list


QUANTUM SPEED READING- Awakening Your Child's Genius



To share our vision and mission.

We believe Mankind is on the path to a new level of evolution and we want to help our children to join that journey


We enter a level beyond time and space; we go to a completely different field that quantum physics talks about. We must enter this field with our new, common, integral feelings and mind. Nature is leading us towards this; it is the existence in this field that is called “man.

It was said at one time that “the greatest unexplored territory is the space between our ears” No more. Psychologists are racing to define and elaborate on terms such as Consciousness, Awareness, Mindfulness, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. . Varieties of meditation courses are offered in almost every town in most countries. Totally new fields of research are opening up: neuro-biology; neuro-plasticity; the biology of belief- Zero –Point Energy – The Matrix – Quantum Field to name just a few. Consider just a handful of titles that were published recently:

A Whole New Mind – Daniel Pink - Why Right Brainers will rule the Future

Infinite Mindfield – A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher Consciousness - Anthony Peake - where a whole chapter is devoted to the mysterious Pineal Gland


Encourage Your Child to Innovate: Esther Andrews

All children are born geniuses. Children are creative, imaginative and innovative. If you observe a child at play, you will notice how a child innovates throughout her play.

What can we parents do to encourage our children to innovate? Innovation takes thinking out of the box, creativity and imagination. Here are some ideas:

1. Teach your child to be observant. Look at his environment and find problems that could be solved, or processes that could be improved.

Little Noah used to look around and find problems to solve. One day he was on his way with his parents. It was a warm summer day. They parked the car in the only parking spot that was available, in the sun. When they came back, the car was hot, and it took a long while for the car to cool down. When they got home, Noah sketched his solution: a motorized awning-like cover that would create shade so that the car would not heat up in the sun.

As far as I know, this was not developed into a product yet, however I admire little Noah's

ability to come up with a new idea, a solution to a real life problem. Noah was able to come up

with many innovative ideas throughout his adult life.

2. Encourage your child to ask questions. Always question everything: why is it built this

way? How can it be improved? What is the best design? How can it become more

efficient? Ask your child these questions, and get her into the habit of asking them.

When it turned into a habit, these questions will pop up automatically.

Tamra was the most inquisitive child I have ever met. She always tried to take her toys apart

in order to discover how they were made. and loved to discover how tools are built. She

asked questions, like - ”What is this made of?” or “How does this work?”

Her parents encouraged this behavior, although occasionally felt overwhelmed when they did

not know the answers. However, they always were able to research and find the appropriate

answer. Tamra's father even found an old washing machine he took apart together with

Tamra, to show her the inside of it. This project took them a long time, and it kept Tamra's

active and inquisitive mind busy for a while.

When Tamra graduated from High School, she decided to study computer engineering. She

went into hardware design, and is excelling at her job now. She is using the same skills she

developed as a young child.

3. When you brainstorm and search for a solution with your child, don't take the first right

answer that comes up. Always keep searching for a solution - try to find at least 3

When my son, Eric, was a student in elementary school, I taught him the concept of “one

step farther”. This concept is based on the idea that only if you think deeper you can find

the brilliant, original, innovative idea. Whenever he had to write an assignment for school,

or answer questions, I always encouraged him to go beyond the obvious answers. I always

asked him to think one step deeper, and come up with an additional, not so obvious answer,

When I observe Eric now, as a professor at a leading university, doing his work of research,

I can see how he applies this concept to his work. His job now as a researcher is to come up

with new, original ideas, and publish them in various publications, for the benefit of his fellow

4. Create an environment that lends itself to innovation, creativity and imagination. Let

your child design her own room. Make sure her room supports her imagination and

creativity. For example, the current standard design of a classroom in the usual school

does not lend itself to innovation, and the fact that children are required to sit quietly

and "fit in" does not encourage creativity. At home, create an environment that is

flexible, allow and encourage your child to design her room in new and innovative

What is a room design that encourages creativity? For each child the answer to this question

For Joshua, it meant to provide him with materials he could use to build his inventions.

Joshua had many inventions. One of which was his desk lamp that he was using when he

did his homework. Joshua did not have very good eye sight, and needed an additional desk

lamp at night. The lamp he had (that his mother purchased for him) was not designed to his

satisfaction. It shone it's light directly into the book, and created a glare.This bothered him, so

he used a colorful piece of glass that he attached to the front of the lamp, to direct the light in

a different direction. This way he bounced the light into the wall, avoiding the glare.

For Dina, having a room that encourages creativity, meant having colorful foam blocks she

could put together or pull apart. Dina built her room furniture and landscape based on the

activity she was partaking in, or the number of friends that were visiting her. This design

encouraged her to use her imagination and creativity and build a different landscape any time

she changed her activities.

5. Praise your child and encourage her to "think outside of the box". Even if she comes

up with an idea that is not realistic, praise her for coming up with a unique and original

idea. Never shoot an idea down with "reality". Rather than saying “It's impossible”, ask

“How are you planning to execute this idea?”. Your child might surprise you.

When teaching Edward a language class, he kept coming up with new letters. He sat and

drew the new letters very meticulously, while totally concentrating on the job at hand. Then he

showed me the letters very proudly, and explained what kind of sound they make.

I considered it, at first, a “waste of time”. After all, I wanted Edward to learn how to write,

using accepted, standard letters, and didn't think that he will ever use the innovative letters he

However, I caught myself immediately, and realized that stopping him from this activity would

be a mistake. Edward, a student who suffers from ADHD, was sitting quietly, completely

focused on what he was doing. Encouraging this trained him to focus, in addition to

developing his creativity and visual ability. I used his focus to study language by allowing

him to use his imaginary letters in vocabulary words, and teaching him the correct spelling. It

turned into a very successful lesson.

6. Teach your child to brainstorm. When you brainstorm you first come up with as many

ideas as possible. There is no consideration of whether the idea is realistic or not.

Every person in the group respects all ideas, there is no criticism. All ideas are written

down and people are encouraged to come up with as many suggestions as possible.

Only after all ideas are written down and there are no new ideas suggested, the group

will analyze each idea and evaluate it. This is a very effective way to come up with

unique and original ideas. It encourages the participants to go on and dig deep in order

to find new and original ideas.

This technique is widely used in the advertisement industry, where new ideas are constantly

For example, a teacher might want to use brainstorming to come up with new ideas for a

class project, or a student may use brainstorming to come up with subjects for a science

grade used this idea when he arranged for a chess game. Eric played

against the rest of the class. After each move, the teacher had all class members suggest the

next move, and a class discussion followed.

7. Encourage your child to take notes, in audio or in writing. A note book will suffice

in this case, or any technology like a smart phone or a recording device will serve your

child well. If you child is very young, you can document the ideas and observations for her.

Reviewing the list of ideas helps in the development of innovation. One of these ideas in the

future, may lead to a breakthrough.

In conclusion, make it a way of life - observe your environment in order to find problems and

opportunities for improvement, brainstorm to find solutions, analyze each solution, end up

with several good ideas. When your child takes part in these activities in everyday life, she

develops her creativity and the skill of innovation.

If you'd like to find out more information and ideas to develop your child's genius, please take a look at "The Manual Your Child Should Have Come With - How to Develop Your Child's Genius" CLICK HERE TO READ MORE


“If you really want to know a book, feel it first.”

This is the advice from Marcus T. Anthony (PhD).

“This is the essence of a particular approach to reading and studying which I have developed. It’s part of an educational philosophy which I call the Anthony Integrated Learning Method. This method combines traditional left-brain learning methods with right-brained, holistic tools. It’s grounded in the theory of Integrated Intelligence.

Sceptics might say that means its not grounded at all, but I have applied these methods

myself, and found them extremely useful. The founding pinipal of Integrated Intelligence is that mind is non-local, and connected to a greater transpersonal mind. Biologist Rupert Sheldrake calls this the extended mind, and so do I. Information from that greater mind is processed by the brain at all times, even though most people are not aware of it. The extended mind can bring forth information from past, present and even future. Systems theorist Ervin Laszlo has described this well in his books The Akashic Mind, and The Akashic Experience.

The Akashic field is a concept from Indic lore, and it states that the individual minds of human beings like you and I mind are connected to an all-knowing c0osciouisness. Everything that has ever happened in the history of the universe is recorded in the Akashic field, according to the mythology



Seven Step Process for Setting and Achieving Your Goals

• First, decide exactly what you want in each area of your life. Be specific!

• Second, write it down, clearly and in detail. • Third, set a specific deadline. If it is a large goal, break it down into sub-deadlines and write them down in order.

• Fourth, make a list of everything you can think of that you are going to have to do to achieve your goal. As you think of new items, add them to your list.

• Fifth, organize the items on your list into a plan by placing them in the proper sequence and priority.

• Sixth, take action immediately on the most important thing you can do on your plan. This is very important!

• Seventh, do something every day that moves you toward the attainment of one or more of your important goals. Maintain the momentum!

Only by discovering your strengths... by developing them... exploiting them to their highest degree--can you ever fully realize the greatest amount of satisfaction and enjoyment in everything you do. Now, here's where my special gift comes in…

"Discovering Your Talents," my powerful, 12-page SPECIAL REPORT, outlines precisely how to get the best out of yourself - beginning with deciding what you want to do, what you can do well, and what will produce the highest rewards for your efforts.

Here's a taste of what it covers:

• The definition of "personal strategic planning" and how to use it to produce more, and higher-quality, rewards for yourself

• The role your personal values play when it comes to creating a plan for getting what you want in life

• The one goal you MUST have when it comes to your work - and why accomplishing it will ensure you're always paid well

• The mindset you must maintain so you can determine your own future and fortune

• 4 questions to help you increase your return on energy invested (no more wasting time and energy on activities that aren't going to bring you success)

• The key to a happy and prosperous life (good news: anyone can do it!)

• And more! R




Dear Friend

Thank you for your interest in our Midbrain Activation and Quantum Speed Reading License program.

We are happy to announce that the next batch of training will take place in May 2015, in Sholapur, Maharhastra.

If you are keen to get on board, please contact us for Non Declaration Agreement and send it back to us at your earliest convenience.

Send an email now! Please note we offer only Centre Licenses at the moment - This is to make sure our Licensee have to bear the minimum cost and get off to an early start

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