Attention is Your Super-Power:
The Secret to Success is Laser Focus! 

Observation Skills

Attention-Allocation Skills

Focalization Skills

Concentration Skills

Memory Recall Skills

Long Lasting Intuitive
and FUN Techniques

teaching you how to develop Cognitive Dominance that will give you the Competitive Edge YOU NEED in today's fast moving world…

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OBSERVATION  
MEMORY  
ATTENTION SPAN

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  • Attention-Allocation Skills while, also having Fun  
  • Observational Resources
  • Transformative Learning
  • Focalization
  • Calm Concentration
  • Memory Recall
  • ... through Cognitive & Long Lasting Intuitive Techniques

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  • In this set of courses:
  • Attention, what it is and what it is not.
  • Layers of Thought! The loud thoughts are not the only thoughts you have.
  • Focalization, how it works, with groundbreaking techniques to maximize your focus.
  • Memorization and how the brain compartmentalizes memorization and focalization.
  • Observation to distinguish between normal type of observation and simultaneous type of observation.
  • Through the process of Transformative Learning you will learn few groundbreaking Techniques.
  • Techniques that are going to help you enhance your attention span from your instinctual level.

Thus 
  • Gain the capacity to better focus & increase your memorization capacity on the subjects that matter.
  • And ignore or allocate minimal attention resources to subjects that don't matter.


Attention is the most important skill of life and it is the basis for all other skills you need to be independent, productive and successful at what you do.


Attention is the ability to choose and concentrate on relevant stimuli, a very important cognitive ability and is an essential function in your daily life.



The more you purposefully observe things, the quicker it will become a habit and the better your focalizaton and memorarization will sharpen and develop into a powerful habits.


 Increased awareness and observation are crucial to best manage Attention, Focus, Concentration and Memorization.


Focusing is very important because focusing is the gateway to all thinking, perception, memory, learning, reasoning, problem-solving and decision-making.


Without good Focus all aspects of your ability to Think will suffer. If you can't Focus effectively you can Think effectively


Get . Ready . 2 . Get . Skills . 4 . Focused Attention . 2 . Concentration

  • Get ready to elevate yourself to a higher level when it comes to your ability to allocate (pay) attention, focus and concentrate
  • Get ready to learn INTUITIVE techniques and methods that will enhance & improve  your concentration, memory recall, ability to focus, and your attention span
  • Get ready to learn how to allocate your attention, your time and resources properly!
  • Get ready to learn how to better allocate your time properly and organize your tasks in a smooth and cognitively intuitive manner
  • Get ready to become more productive, more creative, while improving and enhancing your memory and recalling
  • By the end of this course, you will develop cognitive dominance with an enhanced ability that will expand you beyond your ordinary limits.  Start now!
  • By the end of this course, you will gain the capacity to better allocate your attention resources and better focus on subjects that matter in that moment, while ignore or allocate minimal attention resource to subjects that do not matter in that moment

what people are saying

 "I hope people catch on to what’s happening here with these particular classes because it’s something very special. Unlike any course I’ve encountered so far. Higher-level content. I’m still new but what I can say is, in general, watch/listen to these lessons repeatedly. Let it wash over you and maybe as you do you can enjoy just wondering what it might be like to experience something new, something expansive, the sort of thing that most everyone truly wants at a deeper level. You’ll see, you’ll know." Christopher J, USA

 "by God that was at least 100% of shared engagement and presence and modeling what it was you were communicating... I thought that was phenomenal it was a whole different level from all the demonstrations I've seen thus far in the intensives... because the danger with a lot of these exercises is that people are putting quite a bit of emotions into trying to tie the technique but you just said the heck with that and you Embodied it and you Were There and that's what I picked up and Felt what you were doing so that was highly impressive stuff, a whole 'nother level ... " JFL, Ireland

 "I can see how being focused from higher mind allows us better and more accurate productivity. The higher mind is more complex. We need to learn to relax and clear our minds. We need to find ways to focus on our inner thoughts. In order to achieve better attention and a more focused mind. We need to become self aware and adapt a new and clearer way of thinking. It's interesting that when you focus on an image how the mind knows how to concentrate better. It's nice to be so relaxed and at ease. Becoming more self aware and being more present is a good skill to have." Nick Y, USA

 "I'd like to mention here my experience with Higher mind technique for the FIRST time. I instantly found it to be calming, mental chatter has vanished and attention and focus improved instantly. Thank you for sharing and guiding through the process.  Thank you!"
Dr A Kulkarni, India

 "I learned about having simultaneous attention. To focus on different scenarios becoming good at observing my surroundings and becoming more attentive. What a diference. There are different skills to having a good attention span. I notice objects more clearer with more accurate details. I have more awareness of a specific issue and am able to remember the details of the thing. I learned to move to a more advanced mind, become observant in order for the issue to become clearer." Nicolene D, USA  

 "I enjoy been more focused. There are different levels of attention eg: Divided attention, Simultaneous attention. We can find that we are giving attention to more than one scenario at a time. The mind is powerful and stores information and thoughts. We have deeper thoughts than the daily thoughts of work and personal life. It does take time to focus my mind. I am used to focusing on more than one scenario in my work environment. When I am focused I enjoy the result."  Sorika C, South Africa

"There is a hierarchical order in the levels of attention. Just like language, attention also have many layers of hierarchy."
Bevin V, India  

 "The higher mind is more complex. We need to learn to relax and clear our minds. We need to find ways to focus on our inner thoughts. In order to achieve better attention and a more focused mind. We need to become self aware and adapt a new and clearer way of thinking." Laura D, USA

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Why do you need this?

  • According to research, our attention span has decreased tremendously  in just  the past 15 years.
  • It has become much more difficult to pay attention, due to having instant access to a large stream of incoming information AND entertainment (!) quite literally in the palm of your hand - the cell phones, tablets or other wireless handheld devices. These technological innovations have already impacted our attention span, staying focused and completing the higher priority projects.
  • Attention is a cognitive and behavioral process which allows us to plan, monitor and regulate our thoughts, feelings and actions.
  • Attention is the most important skill of life and it is the basis for all other skills we need to acquire in life to be independent, productive and successful at what we do. This cognitive ability is very important and is an essential function in our daily lives.
  • Attention is the first step in the learning process.
  • We cannot understand, learn or remember that which we do not pay attention to. We do have the ability to choose to focus and concentrate on relevant stimuli, and ignore or allocate minimal attention resources to stimuli that are not important at the moment. 
  • Attention is what allows you to "tune out" information, sensations, and perceptions that are not relevant in the moment and instead focus your energy on the information and action that is important.
  •  Focusing is very important because it’s the gateway to all thinking: perception, memory, learning, reasoning, problem solving, and decision making.  Without good focus, all aspects of your ability to think will suffer ... if you can't focus effectively, you can't think effectively.
  • Focusing, focalization is different from concentration. Focusing involves holding an open attention, a non-judgemental observation which is directly experienced but is not found in words, more like Simultaneous attention.
  •  Overall, human memory is very flexible and even though might be prone to many errors, memory is a muscle that needs to be exercised.  Practice! Practice! Practice!
  • Therefore, in this course we will dive deeper on the Simultaneous attention and different types of Focusing, developing unique skills: awareness and observation are of crucial importance to best manage Focalization, Concentration and Memory Recall.
  •  We will combine the cognitive with the intuitive methods, developing a new set of skills while we also make it fun.

Attention is Your Super-Power:
The Secret to Success is Laser Focus! 

Observation Skills

Attention-Allocation Skills

Focalization Skills

Concentration Skills

Memory Recall Skills

Long Lasting Intuitive
and FUN Techniques

teaching you how to develop Cognitive Dominance that will give you the Competitive Edge YOU NEED in today's fast moving world…


How Transformative Learning works?

First: An event or a series of events is needed as a CATALYST for change.  A person’s experiences usually do not coincide with their current framework of perceptions, beliefs, and views of the world.  Often, these are revealed in ‘aha’ moments and lead to a re-evaluation of a person’s identity, believes, values and even perceptions So it is the "aha" moments we are looking to catalize in this course

Second: A person becomes aware of their assumptions, and/or other people's assumptions, and is able to engage in self-reflection.  This reflection stage highlights an intelligent disorganization of previous believes and perceptions, and welcomes and transformative learning which is highly effective in navigating other possibilities.

Third: A person acknowledges their newly acquired beliefs & perceptions, and becomes efficient at being able to implement them.  This in turn, changes a person’s being-ness in relation to the world.

The third stage  establishes a successful and life-fulfilling paradigm SHIFT.

The must-have Skills offered here will utilize both gamma and theta brainwaves (specific focused mental activity) which work together in cortical processing related to cognitive functions. The skills acquired through transformative learning with intuitive methods involve procedural knowledge of “know how” and are long lasting.


Gamma (38-100 Hz)
Beta (12-38 Hz)
Alpha (8-12 Hz)
Theta  (4-8 Hz)
Delta (0.1-4 Hz)

Gamma brain waves (38-100 Hz) have the highest frequencies of any brainwave, oscillating between 38Hz to 100 Hz. They are associated with peak concentration and high levels of cognitive functioning.    Low levels of gamma activity have been linked with learning difficulties, impaired mental processing and limited memory, while high gamma activity is correlated with a high IQ, compassion, excellent memory, and happiness.  Research suggests that you may be able to boost your gamma wave production by meditating (focusing your attention).  


Theta brain waves (4-8 Hz) appear during meditative, drowsy, or sleeping states (but not during deep sleep).  When we are awake, excess theta levels can result in feeling scattered or day-dreamy. Too much theta in the left hemisphere is thought to result in lack of organization, whereas too much theta on the right results in impulsivity. Midline theta (average of 6Hz) is associated with opening the sensory gate to the hippocampus (memory consolidation and memory processing, transferring new learning into long-term memory) for intermediate storage of information and is also known as the “autopilot” zone. Theta appears during a task requiring focused concentration, is associated with working memory and retrieval and is produced during hypnosis and deep meditation.    


Experts believe that theta waves are important for processing information, making memories and different types of learning.  Examining direct brain recordings from patients performing a memory task, studies found neighboring clusters of cortex with oscillations at specific frequencies within 2 to 15 Hz.  Slow oscillatory activity within neuronal networks allows synchronization of distant brain regions.  Studies in humans have linked slow oscillations with prefrontal cortex processing of memories during slow oscillatory activity. The prefrontal cortex along with the frontal lobe is associated with long- and short-term memory, remembering tasks and information.  


Gamma (peak concentration and high levels of cognitive functioning ) and theta (task requiring focused concentration produced during meditation) brainwaves work together to recruit neurons which stimulate local cell column activity, associated with cortical processing related to cognitive functions.  


High-amplitude gamma wave synchrony (periods of focused mental activities) can be self-induced with meditation and these thought-feeling practices. Long-term practitioners such as Tibetan Buddhist monks exhibit both increased gamma-band activity at baseline as well as significant increases in gamma synchrony  during meditation, as determined by scalp EEG.  


These Attentional and Observational Skills offered here will utilize both gamma and theta brainwaves (specific focused mental activity) which work together in cortical processing related to cognitive functions. The skills acquired through transformative learning with intuitive methods involve procedural knowledge of “know how” and are long lasting.