Want to lift brain fog and get in a better mood? Try SuperBrain Yoga! This simple exercise with unusual results was recently revealed in a Los Angeles CBS News report. The exercise has an MD, a Yale neurobiologist, an occupational therapist, educators, and parents endorsing it. The results of SuperBrain Yoga are improved mental and emotional conditions, including mood.
Positive results are experienced by learning-disabled and autistic children, as well as older Alzheimer’s victims. But SuperBrain Yoga is useful for any kind of brain fog or dullness, and it even improves emotional stability. SuperBrain Yoga can improve memory and focus, and make you a little smarter. In other words, it works for everyone regardless of one’s mental or emotional condition.
How to Do SuperBrain Yoga
Standing up with your feet pointing straight ahead, spread them apart about shoulder width. Grab your you right earlobe with the thumb and index finger of your left hand. Cross over your left arm with the right arm and do the same using your right hand on the left earlobe. Then squat as fully as you can, breathing in. That seems counterintuitive, but that’s what you do. Breathe in as you squat, breathe out as you stand.
The breathing needs to be synchronized with the squats. Continue this motion repetitively while holding both earlobes for three minutes or more. That may be too much at first, so start with one or two minutes. One can go up to five minutes, but three is usually good enough.
This can be done by almost anyone at any age and should be done on a daily basis to lift brain fog and improve mental clarity. And it turns out that the exercise improves mood and is aerobic as well.
How SuperBrain Yoga Works
Los Angeles physician Dr. Eric Robins says brain cells and neurons are energized with this simple exercise. He prescribes it to his patients and has had excellent results. One example of his is a youngster doing poorly in school. After being introduced to the exercise, he went on to become an A student.
Several special education teachers have found it useful for their mentally handicapped or autistic students. Some teachers and parents have adopted the exercise for their own use as well, and they report improved memory and mental clarity.
According to the Yale neurobiologist Dr. Eugenius Ang, the earlobes you grab are acupuncture points that stimulate neural pathways in the brain. The brain’s hemispheres are in opposite sides of the earlobes. Using opposite hands for pinching the earlobes has to do with the way our subtle energies are arranged.
In a Los Angeles CBS report, Dr. Ang showed results from EEG (electroencephalography) readings of people after doing this exercise that indicate the right and left hemispheres of the brain had become synchronized. EEG readings measure the neuron firings in the brain via electrodes on the scalp, and are used to determine brain wave normalcies and abnormalities.
Dr. Ang, a young scientist who does this exercise daily states, “… in modern terms, the brain is actually lateralized.” This harmonizing of the brain’s hemispheres is an ideal but uncommon arrangement. Expensive brain technology CDs attempt to do this by introducing audible sounds with subliminal sounds into the brain through a headset. However, they are pricey and not as proactive as the SuperBrain Yoga exercise.
Superbrain Yoga’s Source
SuperBrain Yoga was introduced by pranic Master Koa Chok Sui’s book SuperBrain Yoga and taught by him personally on lecture tours. There are many other aspects of pranic healing that Master Sui has taught, but for now the brain exercise has caught on because it’s easy, effective, and needed.
Prana is another word for Chi, the subtle life force energy that surrounds and permeates the body. It is the stuff of acupuncture and Qi (Chi) Gong. In addition to the subtle energy aspects of prana or Chi, it seems that combining this mildly aerobic exercise also improves oxygenation in the brain cells.
At any rate, it’s an easy and inexpensive way for anyone to improve memory, mental clarity and focus, and even assist those with debilitating mental disorders.