What is brain lateralization?
The term brain lateralization refers to the fact that the two halves of the human brain are not exactly alike. Each hemisphere has functional specializations: some function whose neural mechanisms are localized primarily in one half of the brain.
Why should I care?
Take a look at this video and learn why this of great importance to you.
What do I do about it?
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Our system is based upon three major tenets.
Exercises that promote the rewiring and myelination of the central and peripheral nervous systems based upon the simple dual handed penmanship exercises and the famous "hammer drills" invented by Coach Michael J. Lavery. The recommendation to learn a musical instrument should be taken into consideration. Athletic skills of playing sports ambidextrously is the cornerstone of the rewiring of the brain.
Your memory the "crown jewel" of your mental well-being. The ancient Greeks memorized Homer's Iliad and The Odyssey, 25,000 lines of poetry. Our training promotes the rejuvenation short term, long term and procedural memories, essentially allowing instantaneous access to episodic memories and overall random access memory. Through our "imagination opportunity" (IO) techniques, we help people harness the right brain/left brain collaboration system.
Our methodologies assist in the elevation of both written and spoken language skills. The "Communications Game" method requires respectful, civilized, and grammatically correct English. The gateway to this behavioral modification is undeniably through the process of improving one's fine tactile motor skills in the act of penmanship.
Listen to this exciting interview about Whole Brain Power with host Robert Rogers, the founder of The Amazing Parkinson's Recovery in 2004, Michael J. Lavery, Founder and Author of Whole Brain Power, and Len Fox, Parkinson's patient and Whole Brain Power practitioner.
"One of the most creative ways for increasing brain power that I have ever encountered"
Many practitioners have claimed miraculous benefits including increased growth hormone, motor controls, memory, and overall mood and cognition. (We are not making any claims. We do, however, feature testimonials and case studies from real people! * Please consult your doctor if you have any further concerns.)
Specifically, I have found improvements in:Derek F.
Rhythm and timing
Mood boost and mild euphoric feeling of heightened ability
I was introduced to the Whole Brain Power program less than a month ago, and through study and application of the material within I have already begun to transform my mind and body. THE RESULTS ARE ASTOUNDING! My mental clarity and focus has increased exponentially and people at the gym are asking if I am on steroids!Adam G.
I have changed so much I cannot go into full detail as this would be pages long. The most important thing that has happened to me was I was able to get off of my anxiety medication because the drills presented have literally rewired the way my brain works. Things have become easier and seem to simply flow. I think more clearly and in more control of my mind than I ever thought possible.Marcus M.
Needless to say I have been writing ever since and sleeping great, but not JUST that, at work I feel like I am becoming a mental 'ninja' I am thinking much clearer and FASTER, no much sluggish feeling in my head. I have not followed everything in this book although I plan to now. Just know this, the book is a game changer, it really does work. I think some people want something that is not this easy, something more complicated, not something that is simple yet mentally challenging.Elisha
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Proof that our system works
Hand-Eye Coordination Improves Social Skills
Improving your hand-eye coordination has a direct correlation with learning, cognitive abilities and social skills.
Playing a Musical Instrument Works The Brain
According to studies, the act of playing a musical instrument is the equivalent to a full body workout for the brain.
Handwriting Trains The Brain and Improves Fine Motor Skills
Doing cursive handwriting stimulates the brain in ways similar to a professional athlete playing a sport.
Using Imagination Improves Learning and Memory
Studies show that children learn best when they use their imagination. The same applies for adults.
Ambidexterity Activates Right-Brain Hemisphere
According to this study of left-handed mirror writing, "a right hemisphere network for motor-language skills emerges after limited practice."