Brain is the most complex organ in the human body & serves as the center of the nervous system. Brain is the amazing organ as we go deeper we realize the miracles of the GOD. If all information of all books in the world is loaded into the brain, human brain will never be full. Do you know, we are using at the most 4% to 5% of potential of our brain?. Potential of human brain is beyond our imagination. Full potential is a result of proper education (mental development). Think what will happen if we use whole brain?
Our brain is made of approximately 100 billion nerve cells, called neurons. One brain cell has a power to beat any sophisticated computer.
Simple rule of neuron –“ use it or loose it”
Left Brain and Right Brain
Everyone function with both brain hemispheres but usually one hemisphere is dominant or used effectively.
What if a person is able to use both hemispheres effectively?
Wouldn’t that person excel in his thinking ability?
Brain will function optimally if the left and right brains are in equilibrium. When the brain function optimally, all human senses will be in their top performances. But this is a rare condition because most people develop and get matured while dominantly using their left brain. Mid-brain activation is a method to stimulate and balance the left and right brains.
Mid brain also called as the mesencephalon, manages the function of both left and right brain. It’s a portion of the central nervous system.It’s located below the cerebral cortex & above the hind brain. It is a small region of the brain that serves as a relay center for visual, auditory and motor system information. The mid brain is directly involved with motor and sensory functions.
Mid brain manages functions of left and right brain. Mid brain is the ‘bridge’ between left and right hemispheres. Once the mid brain gets activated, information will exchange more efficiently in between both hemispheres which leads to more efficient in learning and absorbing information.Mid brain activation allows the brain to function as a whole, rather than only utilizing one part of the brain.