Baroque Classical Music and Super Learning

Are you guys able to effectively retrieve what you perceive?Are geniuses born? Or are they made?Have you tried to research about people with super normal abilities, yogis with super memory and instant calculators?Did you know that these people could perform astonishing mental feats while their bodies were in a state of rest and their brain waves were at a relaxed rhythm?Interestingly, these people didn’t strain or coerce their minds to function. They performed effortlessly! Magic tricks? Nah! It happened because their physical and mental efforts were not involved.But then you will ask me because what I was saying was contradicting. Isn’t it that when we do intense mental work, our pulse and blood pressure rise, and we get more stressed?This is indeed paradoxical, but like what I’ve mentioned about those people, it only means that there is a way to have a relaxed body state while at the very same time the brain is doing some math or memorizing history.This is the goal of Super Learning. But what is Super Learning? It is a system that helps people to learn large amounts of information quickly and easily.But then, is relaxation the only thing that is required? The answer is no. If relaxation was all that is required to obtain Super Learning, then those who are half-awake during the class discussion would come out as bright students. We all know that when we are relaxed, people can’t concentrate firmly. But then as soon as people began concentrating, relaxation disappears and stress returns.What people need to learn and retain what they learned is to have the ability to concentrate without the physical and mental strain.Based on yoga theories on music and research on psycho-acoustics, a very specific form of music with a very specific rhythm can induce a relaxed state in the body, but the major difference is, it kept the mind alert and  be able to concentrate.Can anyone achieve Super Learning? Yes, possible, through the use of baroque classical music.Why baroque classical music? Classical music? Well, I understand that not everybody likes classical music, but I guess you’re going to learn to like it if you want Super Learning. The key is to find the right kind of music for the right kind of effect.16th to 18th century music by Bach [bahkh]/bætʃ/, Vivaldi [vi-vahl-dee]/vɪˈvɑldi/ , Telemann [tey-luh-mahn]/ˈteɪləˌmɑn/, Corelli [kaw-rel-ee] /kɔˈrɛlli/ and Handel /ˈhændl/ are called Baroque music. Slow or Largo movements with string instruments of this music have the greatest effect on Super Learning.In slow movements, there is a familiar and potent rhythm which is 60 beats per minute, beating like a slow human heart. As you listen, your body listens too and follows the beat. As your body relaxes, your mind becomes alert. You don’t have to tell the muscle to relax. All you have to do is to be with the music.In an experiment, those students who just recited their materials without the music have learned, but immediately complained of fatigue and stress.Here in the Philippines, there are Super Learning schools already. These schools use Super Learning principles. The classrooms have subliminal music and they claimed 35-50% increase in children’s IQ.I once interviewed a parent of a child who was a product of a Super Learning school. The child started schooling at the age of 2 1/2 years. Starting preschool, the child became a gold medalist for music

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