superbrain yoga

The basic premise of pranic healing is that the physical body is surrounded and interpenetrated by a luminous energy body called the ‘bio-plasmic body’ or ‘etheric double’. It is through this energy body that prana or life energy is absorbed and distributed throughout the whole physical body. The energy body, through energy centres or chakras, controls and is responsible for the proper functioning of the whole physical body and its different parts and organs. This includes the endocrine glands, which are the physical manifestation of some of the major energy centres. A lot of sicknesses are caused partially by the malfunctioning of one or more energy centres.

Superbrain Yoga is a technique which can be used to energise and activate the brain by simultaneously squeezing the ear lobes and using the proper breathing techniques whilst moving up and down to a squatting position. How does it work?

The body is a very complicated subtle electronic system. When the right ear lobe is gently squeezed with the left thumb and left index finger, with the thumb outside, it produces the necessary energy connection, which causes the left brain and pituitary gland to become energised and activated. The aura, or energy field of the left brain and pituitary gland increase by as much as 100% to 200%. The left brain and pituitary gland become luminous. Similarly, squeezing the left ear lobe with the right thumb and index finger correctly causes the right brain and pineal gland to become highly energised and activated.

The squatting and breathing techniques are used to transform the energies of the basic energy centre and sex energy centre into higher subtle energies, utilised by the upper energy centres and the brain, to energize the brain so it can function with greater efficiency and effectivity.

Extracts from ‘Superbrain Yoga’ - Master Choa Kok Sui

 
 
Since the superbrain yoga activates the higher energy centres and also energies the brain and nervous system, it is possible to use superbrain yoga to alleviate the condition of patients with psychological and/or brain and nervous system ailments.
— gmcks - grand master choa kok sui: superbrain yoga
 
 
  • improve concentration and academic performance

  • counteract memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease

  • alleviate adhd/add, developmental and cognitive disorders and learning disabilities


Superbrain Yoga
can provide the ‘energy fuel’ that can keep our brain fit and functional. Several research studies # have shown it can help counter the common mental effects of ageing, help improve concentration and the academic performance of children and students and improve the focus, behaviour and social skills of children with a variety of disabilities including ADHD/ADD, developmental and cognitive delays, Down Syndrome and specific learning disabilities.

“As a neonatologist and neurodevelopmetal specialist who has taken care of thousands of premature and sick infants, I recognise the importance of reprogramming, restructuring and regenerating the growing brain. Neuroplasticity or the brain’s ability to re-organize neural pathways can hope to benefit from Superbrain Yoga. I strongly recommend that parents teach these brain work-out exercises to their children. Educators must include these in the brain-based learning curriculum for students. Health care providers must incorporate these as part of their cognitive enhancing programs to avoid age-related deficits of memory in their patients”. - Glenn Joseph Mendoza, M.D., M.P.H., Director of Neonatal and Director of the Neurodevelopmental Program, Good Samaritan Hospital, New York. Associate Professor, Clinical Pediatrics, New York Medical College.

  • Superbrain Yoga requires the correct technique to work, and has some contra-indications, please contact us for a free introductory session for you or your child.

 
 
 

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