The memory – formation system is made up of the hippocampus, the limbic thalamus, and the basal forebrain. Information is obtained through the senses, passed through the memory-formation system, and transferred to permanent storage in the outer layers of the cortex. For information that you need on a temporary basis, nerve cells adjust existing proteins […]
Some people prefer to listen to new information and are called auditory learners, whereas others prefer to see the new information and are described as visual learners. If you listen primarily to words on the radio, on television, and in conversation, the sections of your brain that are activated (hearing words) become stronger, just as […]
You are bombarded with information every waking moment. Once selected, some information passes from immediate memory – that is, what you can sense – into short-term or holding memory. Finally, a small amount of the original information makes it to permanent long-term memory. The final move to long-term memory is what we call learning.
Although scientists do not fully understand how the memory works, there are many theories about how brain stores information. One of the most well known theories is based on the idea that the brain uses sensory, short-term and long-term memory to store information.
Sensory memory works by absorbing each piece of stimuli you encounter. The […]
Our belief system is based upon the accumulation of verbal and non verbal suggestions that have been gathered throughout our life experience. Through patterns of repetition, we learn to create our own perception of reality. In elementary school, we repeated over and over that 2 x 2 = 4, 3 x 6 = 18, 5 […]
Mind programming means that if we can put information in a person’s subconscious mind, then we can alter that person’s behavior. The main difficulty is the conscious mind, which does not let us put information in the subconscious mind.
To understand mind programming, let us consider how the conscious mind and the subconscious mind work. The […]
The mind plays an essential role in perceiving the world around us and making us aware of it, understanding it and functioning in it. We use the mind for almost everything we do.
It is our thinking as well as the arena where we process, store and manage mental activity. Moreover, it is a faculty and/or […]
Our brains produce electrical impulses all the time. These currents of electricity or brainwaves are measured in amplitude (power) and frequency. The frequency is the speed of the brainwave, measured in cycles per second (CPS). The frequency determines the four categories of brainwaves, as well as your state of consciousness:
Many brainwave experts have concluded that […]
The brain is a highly efficient system that is connected to every cell in your body by billions of connections. It is divided into a right and left hemisphere. Each hemisphere is responsible for different modes of thinking, each specializing in certain skills. The left hemisphere is logical side and the right hemisphere is creative […]
The brain is the most important organ in our body. We operate our entire life through the functioning of the brain. It makes our life exciting or dull, joy or sorrow, meaningful or worthless. It plays a fantastic and marvelous role in our life.
The most sophisticated computer in the world cannot have the storage capacity […]