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Most people are shocked when they are told that increasing their cognitive abilities is possible. It was once thought that mental capabilities were set in stone, unchanging since birth. But much of what we know about mind has changed since then, particularly in last 10 years. Research has found that there are many factors playing even larger roles in IQ. For example, someone with ADD, properly treated, can experience huge leaps in IQ score, sometimes up to 30 or more points! Similarly, removing psychological barriers, limiting beliefs and increasing confidence can have a huge impact on cognitive abilities.
So, how do we go about training brain for optimal performance? One answer, and quite possible most simple and efficient solution is Brainwave and Neural Stimulation.
A typical human brain is functioning on low capacity. Although idea that a normal brain only uses 10% of its capacity is a myth, most people's brains are not functioning properly. For example, studies show that brains of many people, when confronted with a problem, will actually switch gears and start working less! Instead of switching to logic and "work mode", brain switches to patterns of frustration and emotion. Most people have simply not learned to "turn on" these higher cognitive abilities when time is right. Most people are unfamiliar with states of intense concentration and laser-like focus that come so easily to great thinkers of our time. To correct this problem, researchers endeavored to recreate brainwave patterns of over achieving, successful individuals - most intelligent 1% of population. What they found is truly remarkable. By helping to optimize brainwave patterns, people can both temporarily increase cognitive abilities and train brain to produce this activity on its own.
Psychology, emotional state and Hypnotic Suggestion have also been shown to effect cognitive abilities. Hypnotic suggestion has also been successfully used to increase memory retention and focus. Further, most people have limiting beliefs, thinking perhaps that they are incapable of incredible feats of memory or complex mental calculations. For example, a common limiting belief is "I am not good at math." And, of course, as long as you believe this, nothing will keep your mind from making it true. It is just as important to provide a psychological basis for increased intelligence, as it is to provide necessary neural activity. Using Suggestion and a set of practical Psychological techniques, this goal becomes easier than ever to achieve.