We mentioned in one of our earlier posts – Blindfold Reading - that we had enrolled Tammy in a midbrain activation program which activates a person’s mid-brain (also known as mesencephalon) thereby allowing him/her to use both brains instead of using predominantly only one-side of the brain. The benefits of this midbrain activation are said to include improvement in memory, concentration, creativity and self-confidence. Any talents a child has, can be unleashed multiple folds (be it academic, music or sports). The child is also said to be more emotionally stable with a balanced character.
Some friends were curious how the midbrain activation is done. I was and still curious too. The instructors are careful to guard that information and no parents are allowed into the room. However, we are told that the midbrain activation is done through play, games, music and sound.
When I asked Tammy what went on in the room, she said that they were exposed to a variety of extremely loud sounds of high frequency/pitch. I did some research and discovered that sounds can actually create shapes. This video demonstrates the visualisation of cymatics (study of sound and vibrations) by sprinkling sand on a metal plate and vibrating the plate through sound.
Could this be how midbrain activation is done?