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Memory Improved 20% by Nature Walk

New study finds that short-term memory is improved 20% by walking in nature, or even just by looking at an image of a natural scene.


I’m sitting in front of the computer and I’ve been working too hard for too long without a break. My brain feels like it’s filling with wet cardboard. In fact what I’m doing isn’t writing any more, it’s just typing. I go to the kitchen, stand there for a moment, can’t remember what I’ve come in for, feel foolish, then eat a biscuit.

It doesn’t help.

Time for a walk. But where to? Perhaps into town to pick up some supplies, or maybe the other way, towards the park and the river?

Most of us are aware that a quick walk around the block does wonders for the mind. But what a new study reveals is that if you want to come back with your brain power enhanced, the scenery en route really matters.

Communing with nature

Marc G. Berman and colleagues at the University of Michigan wanted to test the effect of a walk’s scenery on cognitive function (Berman, Jonides & Kaplan, 2008). In the first of two studies participants were given a 35 minute task involving repeating loads of random numbers back to the experimenter, but in reverse order. After this cognitive psychology special (!) they were sent out for a walk – one group around an arboretum and the other down a busy city street – both while being tracked with GPS devices. They each repeated the memory test when they got back.

The results showed that people’s performance on the test improved by almost 20% after wandering amongst the trees. By comparison those subjected to a busy street did not reliably improve on the test.

In the second study participants weren’t even allowed to leave the lab but instead some stared at pictures of natural scenes while others looked at urban environments. The improvements weren’t quite as impressive as the first study, but, once again, the trees and fields beat the roads and lampposts.

These results replicated a previous study by Berto (2005) who found that just viewing pictures of natural scenes had a restorative effect on cognitive function. People’s performance was soon restored by picture of trees, fields and hills, but not by streets, industrial units or even complex geometric patterns.

Attention Restoration Theory

What is it, then, about being immersed in real natural scenes that allows the mind to unwind? Kaplan (1995) provides a nice explanation based on the idea that attention is split into two types:

  • Involuntary attention is grabbed by whatever is most immediate to our survival. We have less control over this and consequently find it very difficult to ignore things like buses coming straight at us.
  • Directed attention is what we use to override our instinctual, involuntary attention. It allows us to resolve conflicts so that, for example, we can work out we are in more immediate danger from a car overtaking that bus. Vitally, directed attention is thought important to our short-term memory.

Imagine crossing a busy street: our involuntary attention is being pulled one way then the other by all sorts of stimuli. There are other people on a collision course, crossing signals to decipher, police sirens in the distance – not to mention the cars, buses and motorcycles whizzing past on the road. All this buzz means we continually have to decide where our attention should be directed. This is tiring.

In comparison natural scenes only engage our involuntary attention modestly: it’s enough to stop us getting bored, but not so much we need to engage our directed attention to work out where to put our focus. Effectively gazing at the sunset gives our directed attention a rest and we can let our minds wander.

Trees and fields: the ultimate cognitive enhancers?

So just as we might have predicted nature is a kind of natural cognitive enhancer, helping our brain let off steam so it can cruise back up to full functioning. The beauty of this study is it neatly tests the idea and puts a concrete number on the improvement. Of course it only tested an arboretum, and only one type of cognitive function. It may well be that other natural areas provide even greater benefits. What about the sea-side, sunsets or sand dunes? What about perception, problem-solving or executive function?

Whatever the outcomes in different natural environments, these benefits for cognition are impressive for what is essentially a free activity (providing natural areas are close). In fact these results are even more impressive when you consider the difficulty researchers have had showing the benefits of ‘brain training’ software for cognitive function.

Like many a favourite psychology study this one is also practical. When our minds need refreshing and if natural scenery is accessible, we should take the opportunity. If not then just looking at pictures of nature is a reasonable second best.

Of course many people already decorate their homes with images of landscape, probably without realising the cognitive benefits. So even if you can’t get out of the house, and all your windows look out onto urban jungle, when you need a break take a glance at a few images of nature.

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Federation of Research Association for Mind and Brain Education

An introduction to HSP,

Heightened Sensory Perception

To understand  HSP Heighted Sensory Perception

We need to know ESP Extra Sensory Perception

To understand ESP, we must know something about NSP.

NSP Normal Sensory Perception is done by the brain & mind as “process of Sensation and perception”.

There are “five sense organs” in the human body for “5 sensations””.

[A] 2 EYES for Optical sensations. [b] 2 Ears for Auditory sensation.

  • 1 Nose for Olfactory sensations.
  • 1 Tongue for Gustatory sensation.
  • Over all skin receptors for Tactile Sensation.

All these sense organs are connected by the “respective nerves” with the Brain, to conduct the stimuli received from external environment, just to Sense, by the brain, in order to complete the process of sensation.

“Five Sensory Perceptions” by the brain.

After the sensation received by the brain, the “process of Perception” is started in the sensory area of the brain by the “human mind”.

There are 5 sensory perception centers in the brain, for 5 types of Perceptions.

  1. Optical perception as light, vision. Shape, forms, figure, reading etc.
  1. Auditory perception as sound vibrations, listening
  1. Olfactory perception as smelling etc.
  1. Gustatory perception as taste, touch etc.
  1. Tactile perception as touch, feel hot cold, hard smooth, rough etc.

Five Sensory PerceptionsRecognition of Perception by the human mind:-

These perceptions are further processed for “proper recognition” by the person at his personal level.

Recognition is the process, of identifying, analyzing, classifying, Understanding, matching with previously stored memory, all at its Individual level as recognized perceptions, which are then stored as Perceived & recognized memory, done by the human mind.

Ilchi Lee has worked tirelessly on ways to incorporate his Brain Education Techniques into everything from efforts to solve senior health issues to public school educations. This has brought him around the world and earned him meetings with powerful national leaders. Brain Education is a system of learning that teaches individuals how to control their thoughts and emotions in order to make sure that only positive ideas and reactions are allowed to enter the mind. Additionally, students learn how to get the most out of their brain potential.

To fully awaken your brain and learn how you fit into the universe as a whole try Ilchi Lee’s five steps:

  1. Awaken the Senses

We have five senses but often use only our eyes. Learn to develop your touch, taste, sense of smell and hearing through meditation and Purposefully using each sense on a daily basis. Eat more slowly to enjoy food’sflavors and aromas. Run your hands through the grass, pet a dog and enjoy the many textures of life by feeling them with your fingertips.

Simply being more aware of your senses helps to awaken your brain.

  1. Become Flexible

Instead of having a thought or idea and being fixated on carrying it out, allow yourself to be flexible. This is also necessary when you are working towards goals. The way you plan your journey will not always be what happens. Know that there are many possibilities that lead to what you are looking for. You must also learn to be flexible with your body. Yoga and exercise can help you to learn how to be more malleable physically.

  1. Heal Yourself by Releasing Stored Emotions

Holding on to anger, fear and anxiety is not beneficial to your well-being. Instead, negative emotions can hold you back. While fleeting and temporarily experiencing these feelings is natural and healthy, keeping them in is not. Learn to release emotions that are harmful to you so you can begin again.

  1. Use your Entire Brain

Many people claim they are a right or left-sided thinker. While this may be true of your thought process, you can still use both sides of your brain by actively engaging in both creative and logical thoughts. Trying new things like painting, cooking and theater can help those who are right-brained, and math and history is useful for developing your brain if you find you are more of an artsy, left-brained person.

  1. Repeat

If you stop the four processes above, your brain will return to it’ pre- awakened state. Continue using your senses, being flexible, letting go of emotions and using all your thought processes to continue developing spiritually.

Esp is mental telepathy, our other sense.

Mind reading, clairvoyance, precognition are all perceived through mental telepathy, . Mental telepathy makes possible the “knowing” about past future or current events that is not supposed to be part of our knowledge. When someone demonstrates an ability to send and receive information that is not part of their five ordinary senses, it is placed in the realm of “extra” almost as though it was bizarre or abnormal and not part of the human psyche or sense abilities. However, telepathic ability is available to all those willing to practice and learn how to increase this talent that is given to everyone at birth.

Right Brain Senses or HSP Games (HSP-Higher Sensory Perception)

Right Brain

  1. Telepathy 

  1. Clairvoyance 

  1. Hand Reading 

  1. Precognition 

  1. Hearing 

  1. Taste 

  1. Smell



Below are examples of 4 types of HSP activities you can play with your child. 1. TELEPATHY

Telepathy is the ability to transfer thoughts. In the following games, your child will try to make a successful guess of what is visualized in your mind.

a) Animal Cards

  • 2 sets of 5 cards, each containing pictures of animals like giraffe, panda, elephant, bear or deer should be provided, 1 set for you and 1 set for your child.
  • 5 cards should be lined up face up in front of your child and the other set of 5 cards lined up face down in front of you.
  • Take one of the cards in your hand, stare at it intensely until you see the image your mind. Then say, “From among your 5 cards, pick up the card that is same with the one in my hand now.”
  • Do this 5 times.
  • b) Mind Reading
  • Mother and child face each other.
  • Ask your child to guess what’s on your mind. (Decide a category firsteg. shape, color, animal, transportation vehicle, alphabet, etc.Out of the five attempts, your child will probably do well to choose the correct card once, at first. With further practice, your child will succeed all 5 times.

Clairvoyance is the ability to make a successful guess of the identity of hidden things eg. cards, or to identify the color of balls in a box. It is different from telepathy. The child is being

clairvoyant as the mother herself does not know the answer, so the child is not reading her mind.

a) The Game of Identifying Cards

Line up 5 picture cards or game cards face down in front of your child and have him/her guess the card you point to.

b) The Game of Guessing

What’s In The Box Put one ball out of a possible 5 colors – red, blue, yellow, white and black, into a box, and from the outside without touching the ball, through the use of clairvoyance, have your child guess the color of the ball.

c) Matching Cards Memory Game

All cards are arranged in rows faced down. When it’s your child’s turn, ask him/her to open 2 matching cards. If he/she is successful, he/ she can keep the cards, otherwise the cards are closed again. The player with the most cards wins.

d) Blindfolded Game

When games (a) and (b) are done 100% successfully, try this blindfolded game. Have your child blindfolded and guess what object is being placed in front of him without him touching the object.

Alternatively, have your blindfolded child guess and point to where Japan, Australia, America, Russia, etc are on a map placed in front of him.

e) Catch Mummy Game

When your child can guess what is placed in front, play the game of having him/her try to catch you while blindfolded. After your child is blindfolded, ask your child to catch you as move away from the place you were standing before to a new position.

Extrasensory consists of those psychological abilities beyond regular senses; it relates to faculty of perception other than the normal five senses. It is the perceptible and obvious capability of some people to become conscious of things by means other than the normal senses.

All of us have some intuitive or extrasensory aptitude to some extent. Like other natural abilities, extrasensory abilities can be taught to enhance psychic aptitude. The following steps of exercise can assist to increase your natural extrasensory skills.

Try to be more conscious of your environment. While waking in the morning, you have to lie down with closed eyes for a few minutes and try to perceive as many sounds, smells and textures as possible. Try to carry out this exercise for some weeks; it will greatly boost your insight and help to increase your levels of consciousness and intuition.

As you know, Brain and mind are different.

Brain is composed of sensory organs, sensory nerves, sensory network, sensory neuron cells for processing the received sensation.

Where as the mind is the software for further processing of detection, observation, analysing, feeling, refering, comparing, identifying, stoiring as 5 perceived memories, for futuer use by the individual depending upon the personal skills of using the mind.

So there are “5 sensory memories” to store and retreave for using stored stuff inside human mind.

Visual memory containing all type of light forms, vision form, size, shape volume color, picture, images, distance, 2 d , 3d visions and so many types of visual informations, received and percieved by the brain and nervous system during day to day working of the human behaviour.

similarly rest of the memories are created and used by the human mind, say audio memory, olfactory memory, Gustatory memory and Tectile memory etc.

So the complete processing is done by the brain and mind in the “perfect Synchronized way” to store the “information received from outside and from within” the human body, all with the speed of light.

Process of recognition is done by the Human mind:

So sensation and perception can be same for other individual, but the Recognition and identification can be different for each individual, depending upon mental development, memories, mental skills and abilities, logic, analysis, understanding, storing info as knowledge, considerations, concepts, faith, belief and experience etc. etc. all at personal level.

Now come to H.S.P. phenomena

As we have seen above, that even the normal sensory perception, differs from person to person due to use of brain, nervous system and the specific use of mind, mental level of development and mental capacity, and extra ordinary mental skills and efficiency.

And here we may say, that mind has got personal mental capabilities and skills for detection and use of some extra sensory perception, i.e. pick up and perception by mind without the use of any normal sense organs say…

  • Seeing and perceiving without using the normal eyes… closed eyes vision.
  • Listening voice, talk, sound, music etc. from remote areas, without using normal ears.

[3]Smelling from remote areas without using nose.

  • Remote area Tasting or feeling of food, edible taste etc. without using the normal use of tongue.
  • Remote touching, feeling and experiencing or perceiving tactile sensation without using normal skin or tactile sensors.

Though ESP is unbelievable phenomena but it is done by many individuals in this world. Such super human beings are endowed with this extra ordinary mental capabilities and are using it, as paranormal behavior in their life.

Human mindThis “Paranormal behavior” is studied by the students, in the Universities in different countries, as educational study subject known as “Parapsychology”.

The Parapsychology includes many branches of paranormal behavior patterns found in psychic human being. These ESP behavior patterns are classified as ESP, OBE, HSP, clairvoyance, clairaudience, Astral travelling, Teleportation, psychometry, telekinesis, telepathy, psychic healing etc.

Prof. J.B. Rhine has coined the word “ESP” for this “Extra Sensory Perception” and has developed some methods for testing and measuring these ESP behaviour of human mind.

Now the ESP abilities can be developed and used as human psychic powers. And there are many psychic people have been identified as demonstrators for this ESP and occult powers.

Like the parapsychology, The metaphysics, the Occultism, mesmerism, hypnotism etc. etc. are also considered as paranormal subjects for studies of paranormal and occult behaviour of psychics.

In order to explain these occult and psycicbehavior of the human beings they “( Metaphysist, occultist, mesmerist, hypnotist, spiritualist, Theosophist and Parapsychologist etc.)have classified the human body structure into following finer and subtle bodies.

[a] Physical body [b] Spiritual body [c] Soul

  1. Physical body [Brain and nervous system for normal sensations]
  1. Etheric body [Physical Normal, health energy, vitality, pranic healing]
  1. Astral body [SukshmaSharir] Astral travelling Remote sensing.
  1. Mental body [Mind and memory, mental skills and abilities, ESP]
  1. Spiritual body [higher perception, past life, spiritual development etc.

The psychic gurus, teachers have devised several methods for the “Psychic Development” , “Mental development” and “Spiritual development” . And the developed Psychic persons or skilled persons are known as “Mentalist” , “Spiritualist” , “Psychic”, “Yogi”, “Siddha purush”, “Clairvoyant” , “Astral travellers”,

“Spiritual Magicians”, “Psychometerist”,  “Para
psychics”, “Super normal”, “Telepathist”,
“Psychic healers” , “Mesmerist”, “Hypnotist”,


“Hypnotherapist” , “Faith healers” etc.

The ESP and HSP and occult powers are demonstrated by Astral body, Mental body and Spiritual body .hgfhgfhgfhgfh gfhgfhgfhgfhgh gfhfghgfhgfhfh

For example OBE, Astral Traveling, Telepathy etc., are done using Astral Consciousness of Astral body.

Etheric healing, Psychic healing and pranic healing is done by “Etheric Body”.

Psychometry, Telepathy is done by etheric body, astral body and mental body.

Shifting of consciousness is the key to use these finer bodies. It requires training, sadhana, practice daily for getting control and hold over these bodies.

And as I have told you earlier, that the human mind is programmable, so these program scripts can be installed in the subconscious mind of the human mind to develop such psychic abilities in them.

I have been a mind programmer since 1970, and have performed many psychic experiments with these subtle bodies of the normal human being willing to experience “ESP & psychic powers” in them. HSP phenomena are now getting more attention in the “human development courses”, specially in school and colleges. Students are getting benefits from such brain training. This is known as Brain – Mind development to explore their maximum potential.

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Benefits-of-MeditationMost people seem to think meditation is only a spiritual practice that spiritual people use to ‘find themselves’. This could not be further from the truth.  When practiced correctly it has amazing effects for both your mental and physical health.

In the video you are about to watch neuroscientist Sara Lazar carried out an experiment which showed how meditation can actually change the size of key regions of our brain, improving our memory and making us more empathetic, compassionate, and resilient under stress.

Based on the findings in Sara’s experiments it was found that meditation practice can actually slow down and even prevent the natural age-related decline our brain suffers as we get older. So not only is this ancient practice backed by science you only have to speak to anyone who has meditated and they will tell you that it is a wonderful practice for both mental and emotional development.


People who meditate will tell you how they feel more connected to the world around them and more at peace with themselves. You will probably notice how they deal with stressful situations better than most and are able to appreciate things in life that perhaps most people take for granted.

This is no longer spiritual mumbo jumbo but science confirms – Meditation is good for you and it literally changes your brain for the better!

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Reincarnation, in one form or another, is a cornerstone of several religions around the world. However, scientific-minded people have denied it completely. To them, the notion of a second life is too ludicrous.
However, several peer-reviewed studies published in fringe science journals, like The Journal of Scientific Exploration, have talked about the plausibility of the soul passing from a deceased body to a living one – reincarnation in simpler terms.

From inexplicable memories to recurrent birthmarks, here is some scientific evidence put forward in these studies to give plausibility to the concept of the cycle of life.

Repeating Birth Marks

People in several Buddhist-dominated countries in Asia, like Cambodia and Myanmar, have a firm belief in reincarnation. Partly, because their religion explicitly states so.


So, family members often mark their dead with a soot mark on a certain area so that their reincarnated form is born within the same family.
Many such instances were recorded in Myanmar by two researchers, Jim Tucker and Jurgen Keil. Both renowned professors.

In one case, a boy, Z, was born with a birthmark on the same place where his grandfather’s body was marked. It is pertinent to note that there was a gap of 11 months between the birth of Z and the death of his grandfather.

Furthermore, at around two years of age, Z started to call his grandmother by her full name. An instance that didn’t go unnoticed because no other child in the family used to do it. It further made the relatives think that Z indeed was a reincarnation of his grandfather.

Regression Episodes


Brian Weiss, a prominent psychiatrist associated with Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami was once treating a nurse who worked at the same hospital. During one of their sessions, the nurse reproduced a past-life event in excruciating detail. Weiss, a classically trained psychiatrist, was dumbfounded when the nurse assumed the role of a Native American woman hiding from a hunting party. 

She talked about how her baby, who had a crescent-shaped birthmark beneath his right shoulder, was having a hard time keeping quiet. When the baby spontaneously cried out, the mother unintentionally smothered the child in an effort to keep the hunting part from discovering them.

Several months after the regression episode, the nurse started to get attracted to a patient admitted for recurrent asthma attacks. The patient seemed infatuated with the nurse as well. So, it came as a surprise to her when she noticed a familiar, crescent-shaped birthmark beneath the patient’s right shoulder!

Dr. Weiss has since become a leading reincarnation researcher and maintains that asthma attacks are associated with people who have memories of being suffocated in a past life.


Psychiatry professor Ian Stevenson, researched the phenomenon of xenoglossy in several individuals. In it, an individual seems to know a real language that they have had little or no exposure to.
In one study, the professor investigated the case of Philadelphia-based woman, named E. During several hypnosis sessions, E assumed the role of a Swedish peasant by the name of Jensen Jacoby.


Despite having no prior experience with Swedish, she seemed to answer questions posed by the investigators in fluent Swedish with an impeccable accent. However, the vocabulary was noted to be limited to only around 100 words by the investigators.

So, in essence, it can be deemed that reincarnation has a lot of scientific evidence but no associated empirical data. Hence, it cannot be accepted into mainstream science. However, this doesn’t mean that reincarnation doesn’t exist.

It may well do so with the work of several researchers around the world alluding to its existence. This existence is thought to be there due to the potential presence of a soul cognizant of memories from an earlier life. That may very well be so, since the soul is one thing that is still quite obfuscated under the drapes of mystery

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“Midbrain activation” is not Scam proved: FRAMBE

“Scam”, “Fraud” of “MidBrain Activation” is successfully proved.

There was a huge speculation on “Midbrain Activation” as a scam
and fraud. The above video was shot in the meeting arranged by
FRAMBE in Pune on 16 Oct 2015. The third party investigation named “FROST” – Forum for Research in Oriental Sciences and Technology.

In this event many Dignitaries like “Dr. Vijay Bhatkar” – inventor of super computer and many other people witnessed the success of “Midbrain Activation” program.
“Dr. Vijay Bhatkar” –

Shortly “FRAMBE” will be publishing hundreds of happy and satisfied parents testimonies in “FRAMBE” site to prove the benefits and improvements parents could see in their children after “Midbrain Activation” program.

FRAMBE – Federation of Research Association for “Mind” and “Brain” “Education”
It consists of academicians, doctors, lawyers, trainers and entrepreneurs who share a common interest in mind and brain education.

The federation is undertaking “research” to some of the concepts to further substantiate these results through scientific validation with the help of scientific and medical community.

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FRAMBE is a Non profit pan Indian federation of organizations conducting research in the field of mind and brain education. It consists of academicians, doctors, lawyers, trainers and entrepreneurs who share a common interest in mind and brain education. The federation, based on experiential proof, is of the view that Midbrain Activation produces extremely positive results among children. It indicates to improve the structural and functional properties of the brain. It also has a pronounced effect on mind control. The federation is undertaking research to further substantiate these results through scientific validation with the help of scientific and medical community. The federation also aims to become affiliated to various government and international bodies. The federation will also function as a certifying body for member organizations that validates the course content, lays down stringent standard operating procedures that will in turn ensure optimal program output.

Aims and Objectives of FRAMBE

The aims and objects for which the federation is established are as under:

1. To be India’s leading body of brain and mind education and to encourage and advance the knowledge, study and practice of providing mind and brain education in all ways.

2. To encourage research, including experimental work, in the field of mind and brain education and to engage in quantitative and functional research of enhancement of brain efficiency and potential through special brain education programs.

3. To organize, establish, conduct, superintend or control institutions for promoting, whether directly or indirectly, the study of and research in problems relating to provision of mind and brain education and to be the authorized certifying body for brain and mind training institutions and organizations in India.

4. To hold meetings and organize conferences, exhibitions, study circles or conventions for the study and discussion of problems and to offer suggestions for improvements relating to and allied with the provision of mind and brain education.

5. To provide instruction and education to deserving persons in the provision of mind and brain education.

6. To make pecuniary grants by way of scholarships, donations, subscriptions, allowances, gratuities, guarantees and otherwise to and for the benefit of deserving students, scholars and other persons who are worthy of receiving such grants by reasons of their skill and proficiency in the provision of mind and brain education or their contribution to the cause of promotion of learning, research and practice of mind and brain education.

7. To award prizes, medals or other certificates or diploma of proficiency in the provision of mind and brain education to persons found deserving after such tests, examinations or other forms of scrutiny as may be prescribed from time to time.

8. To make rules prescribing standards of professional conduct for members of the Association.

9. To print, publish, distribute or sell books, pamphlets, notices, pictures, periodicals, newspapers or magazines or any other literature on any matter concerning or relating to the provision of mind and brain education or the life or work of eminent persons connected with providing mind and brain education

10. To suggest, study, offer opinion and advise on, or take part in, the framing of laws affecting the provision of mind and brain education and in policy-making to regulate the provision of mind and brain education.

11. To promote esprit de corps among persons involved in providing mind and brain education and good feelings between them and members of the general public or public authorities.

12. To encourage formation of chapters/branches at local and state level and to appoint agents and correspondents whether in India or abroad for promoting all or any of the objects of the Association.