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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Increase Your Brain Power

One of the best ways to maximize brain power, increase one’s IQ and go deep into your subconscious where untapped brain waves and energies lie, is through the system called “Brainwave Entertainment”.

Out of all the various methods I have used and practiced with to help increase my IQ, this is definitely the most fun and enjoyable one.

It’s very simple actually. You just have to tune in to a relaxing music with frequency that travels in a similar pattern as that of our brain waves. This way, our brain’s functionality is enhanced. It does sound awesome (it really is!). The sounds are manipulated to act like brainwaves and influence our brain’s frequencies.

As you try different systems, you have to be aware that not all of them will be working for you. I have tried several and of those techniques, I have found some that worked. Below are the systems and techniques I have tried:

Brain Evolution System, Hypnosis, Brain Power Pro, Subliminal CDs and Genius Mindset – These are the ones that really worked for me. Some of them offer a 21-day trial option, so make sure you try it first before you buy. Try this one here!

IMMRAMA – This technique didn’t do anything for me (although it may work well for others).

Brain Sync – This one was also not effective for me (again, it may have better effect on others).
Stimulating the brain through the Brain Evolution System is one of the most powerful and effective methods available today for improving your IQ and brain power. Its effects are directed towards the brain and the results are very similar to a gym exercise: working out gives VERY noticeable results.

After using the Brain Evolution System (the one that finally worked), my thinking became sharper and everything now seems a lot clearer and simpler than before. :) ).

My stress levels went down, I am more relaxed and happy and my well-being greatly improved. I seldom get sick and I just feel excited about life most of the time if not all the time! My moods really changed (so my husband told me…).

For 30 minutes each day, I used it at noon and when I get fatigued. I was astonished and amazed to find out for myself that right after each session, I’d always feel revitalized and rejuvenated. My concentration greatly improved as well as my problem solving abilities. The boost it gave me at noon time was truly an extraordinary bonus for me.

To summarize, I urge you to try the Brainwave Entertainment System. It doesn’t really matter which one, as long as you find it effective and useful, go for it! Using this technique is one of the perfect tools you can get to help enhance your brain power. Plus, it’s also fun!

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

5 Easy Steps to Help Ace Your GMAT

Taking the GMAT should be easy and breezy if you prepare well for them. Good for you if you have high IQ and you're really good at reading comprehension and math. But for those like me who did it before and came out with laughable scores, fret not. It is not yet too late to increase your IQ and ace your GMAT. There are many ways you can do to help boost your brain power and help prepare yourself for this much anticipated test. I’ve already shared with you a number of tips before. Here are some more:

Step 1

There are a lot of available GMAT practice tests that you can buy on bookstores or online. Practice on them. This will boost your mental power, refresh your skills and revitalize your memory on long forgotten concepts, formulas and rules. You can gauge where your weaknesses are and what skills you can maximize. Practice tests can also help narrow your focus.

Step 2

GMAT is a computer adaptive test. After you have practiced manually using a basic pen, paper and timer set, try to get reviewers that come with a CD next time. Or if there are available online practice tests, exercise on them! This will place you in a better mindset and let you experience what it's like to take the test especially for first time takers.

Step 3

Google GMAT reviews and read those on Amazon to know which books were bought by most as their review material for GMAT. Typically, the more expensive ones get better review. So be prepared to shell out some money too. At least you are assured that you will get what you paid for and in the process your brain power was increased.

Step 4

Find the time to visit a bookstore and look at GMAT practice test books. Observe the way they are organized by question or level of difficulty. This will give you an idea of how questions will be given on the actual GMAT.

Step 5

It will also be wise to ask your friends and family who have taken the GMAT before. Gather information on what books they read, which review materials they found very useful and helpful, etc. Stick your study schedule and be consistent and diligent.

Check out the other advices and ways I’ve posted here on my blog before. For those who are struggling with their low IQ, it will tremendously be of help if you try hypnosis and brainwave techniques first before you even begin thinking of taking GMAT again. Studying another genius system to help boost your brain power will also increase your IQ the way it did mine and give you that much needed boost when you start reviewing for this exam. You think be able to think more clearly, think faster and solve problems a lot more quickly.

By following these tips I’m giving you, I’m sure you are on your way to acing your GMAT.

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Monday, August 24, 2009

The Secret to Increasing Your GMAT Score

I’m sure a lot of people would die before admitting or accepting the fact that they got low GMAT scores thereby hindering them to apply to business schools of their choice. GMAT taking is a serious business. The scores you get here could either make you or break you. It doesn’t matter if you get a perfect 4.0 GPA. If your GMAT scores low, then goodbye to that dream school of yours… for the mean time at least. The next time you take your GMAT, make sure you are well prepared. Increase your IQ now and see your GMAT score soar. So, how can you prepare for GMAT and make sure you get the score you desire? There are a lot of available information online on how to go about it step-by-step. What I’m going to share here is an additional advice which you can use as a tool to help you learn better while preparing for it and to help increase your brain power as you are taking it.

If you are in the process of preparing for GMAT, try incorporating some hypnosis techniques to help boost your IQ. Time and time again, I have proven that the Brain Evolution System aides in sharpening your thinking skills, helping you think positive and feel happier... rockets your IQ... amplifies your levels of energy... and even helps master your emotions which can be a pretty hard thing to do for most people. There’s also another product that I have used and will keep using because it does wonders to my brain capacity! Roadmap to Genius is a step by step system that will INCREASE your intelligence up to genius level.

On the day of your exam, it is of critical importance to have had a good night’s rest, to feel refreshed, awake and rejuvenated. Do a bit of exercise in the morning and eat a well balanced breakfast. This will give your brain enough nutrients, oxygen and energy and will boost your memory recall and brain power as you ace that test.

Adapt these simple strategies and notice your IQ increase! I’m sure you’ll be on your way to being admitted to that dream school of yours in no time! Maybe you have tried these things before. Also, sign up and register to the Newsletter (fill the form above at the right) and email me for any suggestions and comments you may have at

Friday, August 21, 2009

How Can You Realize Your Brain Power

If you want to realize the potential of your brain power, you must be able to control your subconscious mind. We can do this by changing the things we focus on. This is because our thoughts have a direct effect on the way our subconscious mind works. I’m sure this piece of information is new to you. Many believe that it is impossible to train the subconscious mind. However, if you know the right techniques, you will be able to improve your brain power and raise your IQ in the process.

You must be able to try working with several techniques to see what will work to your individual needs in order to find the particular technique that will help you best. One way to do this is to rethink then reapply your theories and assumptions about a specific situation. The outcome may be the same but you will have gained a more positive outlook about the situation. Try to take into consideration the data that is available to you. By doing so, you will train your mind to determine the circumstances rather than jump straight to conclusions.

We all know that being able to laugh is the best kind of medicine there ever is. It prevents stress and frees the mind of unnecessary worries. Plus it gives the brain its much needed oxygen thereby revitalizing it and giving it more power. Therefore, learn how to laugh. In order for you to realize the full potential of your mind, you have to be able to recognize not just your own successes but your own mistakes as well.

Furthermore, lessen TV watching. Researches do show evidence that watching TV decreases your brain power. There is nothing your brain can work with except to just accept the images in the tube. This slows down your brain and has the opposite effect of any physical activity. Or if you really can’t avoid it, exercise while watching TV. Choose the program to watch, one that will allow your mind to work instead of just letting it sit idly.

It would be best though if you do more games, quizzes and puzzles on your free time. Choose levels that expand your current capabilities. You can also start learning a new language or a new skill like driving a car if you still don’t know how. Not only will you exercise your brain power, but you will also feel a great sense of achievement after having done so.

These are just some advices I have for you to help broaden your mind and increase your brain power. Many people have also subscribed to the effective techniques of the Brainwave System, Hypnosis and Genius Mindset. I'd say give these techniques a try and see for yourself the wonderful effects they can bring to your brain power.In the end, whichever you choose, just remember to also make it fun. Practice any of the exercises at least once a day, every day. Anything that is worth doing always involves time and practice so keep at it. Gradual changes will surely emerge. I am sure, you will be amazed at the progress you will attain over time.

For more practical ways in increasing your brain power, do check out my other posts. You may also email me at for any questions and suggestions you may have.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

5 Notes on Acing Your GMAT

If you want to get into a good business school of your choice, better ace your GMAT or the Graduate Management Admissions Test. This is a requirement of most, if not all, business schools. The scoring of the multiple choice part is on a scale of 200 to 800 while the essay part is scored on a scale of 0 to 6. A score of at least 650 is required by top business schools and by doing well on the math portion, you will be able to boost your overall GMAT score. Of course it helps that you have high IQ. But if in case you know that your IQ is of the average range, there are ways and techniques you can engage in that will help boost your IQ and increase your brain power. This will make the GMAT experience a lot easier to face and you will be surely on your way to acing it.

Note 1
It is important to have an understanding of how the test is structured. There are 37 multiple choice questions for math and they must be completed in 75 minutes. Since GMAT is given via computer adaptive format, you must answer the questions in the order that they will be given to you. There will be no going back to previous questions. The more correct answers you get, the more challenging the next set of questions will be, which is good because they will help give you high scores.

Note 2
The 37 multiple choice questions consist of 22 problem solving questions and the remaining 15 pertain to data sufficiency questions. In terms of subjects, expect around 10 ratio, 10 algebra, 8 number, 4 geometry, 3 miscellaneous and 2 set theory questions.

Note 3
You must be very knowledgeable in math, formulas and calculations because no calculators will be allowed inside. You must be able to do quick multiplication and division formulas on paper. You must also have exceptional skills in charts and graphs.

Note 4
Typically, you must be able to answer each question in 2 minutes. It is important to pace yourself properly during the exam. This will prevent you from cramming on other more challenging questions. If you are falling far behind, you may guess wisely on problems that you are usually having trouble with and do your best on those that you find easy.

Note 5
You will get a lower score if you leave any questions blank. Better answer them incorrectly than leave them blank. But of course, if you can’t answer them correctly, guess wisely.

I hope you find these advices helpful. You will find it more valuable if you’ve already taken steps to increase your IQ the way I did before. I took hypnosis, did the brain evolution system and studied how to be a genius. I actually owe my GMAT score to them. Try them as well! Many people have already done so and it also helped them ace their GMAT. For ane comments, advice or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to email me at

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

3 Clues to Maximize Your Brain Power

Many of us are aware of the fact that we only use a small percentage of our brain, 10% to be precise. Could you imagine the kind of world we could have if we would all be able to use our brain power to its maximum potential? We could all become Einsteins and make this world a truly better place to live in.

Unfortunately, that belief is quite a myth. It is a fact that we do use our brain 100% of the time. Because even if you take out a mere 2% of it, you could wind up being a vegetable or retard. It’s the ‘how well we use it’ part that is the missing link.

So, how well are you using your brain? Do you at least try to maximize your full brain potential? Or are you just letting it sit idly on top of your head? How do you even begin to maximize your brain power?
There are three crucial keys that will dictate how well you are using your brain power.

1. Pay attention

When you pay attention, you are present at the moment. Your mind is not wandering elsewhere. You are here, now, inside this room at this very moment. You see, hear, feel, taste what is here in front of you at present time.

If you know that you are poor at this, try taking a stroll outside. Once you’re there, take notice of everything around you. Describe the things you hear feel and see.

2. Really Listen

This next key is what you should do next after you pay attention especially when you’re paying attention to someone who is talking. This will force you to really listen, understand what’s being said and should you have queries and other debatable matters you want to delve into, then you may well ask the other person. This will not only help you pay real attention, but it wil also make the other person feel important because they are really listened to. Wouldn’t it be great if they do the same thing to you?

3. Be selfless

We love talking and thinking about ourselves all the time. We all have the “me, myself and I” syndrome and we can’t seem to stop it. We do it automatically that we are not aware of this behavior of ours most f the time. By always thinking about ourselves, we are limiting the things our mind can do and think of. Why not try to think about other things and collaborate with other people’s ideas for a change? By doing so, we get more ideas, we learn new things and we to use our full mental capacity.

Practice these things. They will help maximize your brain power and realize your brain’s full potential. For best results, do the Brain Evolution System. It has tremendously helped me in my concentration and even helped boost my IQ. Many have tried it and said the same things too. For any queries, do email me at

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

5 Steps in Acing Math in GMAT

We already know that GMAT or Graduate Management Admissions Test is a standardized test that is a major requirement by most business schools. It is administered via a computer adaptive format and math is a huge part of it. Of all the math questions, a third of them deal with geometry. So on this post, I will share with you where to focus your energies when you review your math materials. Don’t fret if your IQ is low. There are steps you can do in order to increase your IQ. Based on my own experience, it’s better to do the GMAT once you’ve done a couple of techniques to help boost your IQ. Many people have already given their positive feedback on these techniques. It's time for you to choose which one you'd like to try first. These techniques are those that involve hypnosis, brain evolution system and study of the genius. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time no matter how hard you try to review for it.

Step 1

Study about polygons. Make sure you still remember that all angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees. And that all angles in a quadrilateral (4-sided shape) add up to 360 degrees. This will help you breakdown a figure with many sides. It will make the problem a lot easier to tackle. Also, review these two words: trapezoid and isosceles.

Step 2

Read and study everything you can about circles and how crucial its radius is. Most problems of this nature will definitely stem from its radius. Here are a couple of notes to remember: the area of a circle is the radius squared times pi, or (pi)r²; the circumference is 2 times the radius times pi, or 2(pi)r; and the diameter is 2 times the radius, or 2r; pi is 3.14. It is also important to review these terms: tangent line and arc length.

Step 3

Do you still remember your triangles? Make sure to do your review on it. A right triangle is that which has an angle of 90 degrees in one of its corners. Imagine a rectangle being cut in half. You get to have two right triangles there. Another one is an isosceles triangle? Do you still remember what this is? Imagine a square. When you cut it in half, you get two isosceles triangles because two sides of the triangle have equal length. Words to review: hypotenuse and Pythagorean Theorem.

Step 4

Make sure to memorize these formulas: The area of a triangle is 1/2 times the base times the height. The volume of a box is length times height times width.

Step 5

It’s okay not to review sine and cosine. This is not very crucial in the test. Hurray!

I hope these advices have been helpful. Check out the other post I did on acing GMAT as well. Drop me a line or two for any questions, comments, advices or suggestions at

Monday, August 17, 2009

How to Unlock Your Brain Potential

Everybody would love to know what the secret is to unlocking brain potential. Who wouldn’t want to be smart? Many great thinkers know that the key to unlocking the potential of the mind lies in the subconscious realm. Let’s take the story of the inventor of the sewing machine, Isaac Singer, for instance. One day, in his dream, he saw himself putting the eye of the needle near the point. This prevented his invention from going to the mountain of scraps. His dream shows that the subconscious mind is still working even when one is deep in slumber. And now, look at how his invention ha contributed to our culture and economy. Where would we be without Singer?

Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, and Einstein, the proponent of the theory of relativity, both agree about the power of the subconscious mind. They both know that it indeed unlocks a lot of brain power and shouldn’t be disregarded. Even if you are no Einstein or Edison, now that you also know this think, then you can start applying it in your life.

One way to do this is to practice the Brain Evolution System even for just 30 minutes for the next 2 months. Just listen to the sound of the brain waves and let your subconscious mind do the rest of the work. In two months time, you would’ve unlocked your brain power and increased your IQ.

Just think of the possibilities it can bring you. You will be able to get that much awaited promotion and higher salary in your office; or you can now go find the job of your dream; or you may start working on your new business. You could enroll for college and get that degree you’ve been dreaming of; you can ace your GMAT and get admitted into the business school of your choice; you can even be admitted to MENSA!

So, do you want to be able to maximize your brain power and experience the quality of life you’ve always wanted? Let the Brain Evolution System help you out. Do read up on my other blog posts as well for more practical tips on how to increase your IQ and gain more brain power.
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Friday, August 14, 2009

Do You Want To Know about MENSA?

Mensa, first organized in 1946, is a very exclusive membership organization for those whose IQs belong to the top 2% of the population. This group is the oldest organization for high IQ-scorers in the world. This organization has both international and local chapters. This is why their members also come from all over the world, from all walks of life. They foster learning and programs for the gifted ones and also form special interest groups in the pursuit of studying very important issues. The only requirement is that you have to belong to the top 2% of the test takers by having a high IQ.

The founding fathers of Mensa were Roland Berrill , an Australian barrister and a British lawyer and scientist, Dr. Lancelot War. Their vision was to create a group based solely on testable intelligence, with no other political, social, economic or racial requirements to join. Their main goal was to encourage social networking and exchange between like-minded and smartest people on the planet. This would become the world’s think tank of geniuses so to speak, a group of people with the highest IQs in the world.

Naturally, admission to Mensa I based on IQ test scores. It is limited to those who belong to the top 2 percent of the population or are in the 98 percentile of chosen standardized tests such as the Stanford-Binet and Cattel tests. At present, there are already 100,000 members all over the world, mostly located in United Kingdom and the United States.

Benefits given to Mensa members vary by nation. Some even offer insurance coverage and credit card plans. Most however, do give out monthly or quarterly newsletters and hold chapter meetings to talk about general business plans and organize special interest groups. They make sure thay they remain politically neutral and remains to be supportive of various educational efforts.

Though a lot of critics point that that Mensa is overly exclusive, putting a lot of weight on standardized testing as the only true measure of intelligence, the truth really is that most IQ tests that rely on logic and reasoning abilities are just the easiest to quantify. Emotional intelligence and artistic intelligence are quite hard to score after all.

Mensa has attracted quite a number of famous thinkers. We have architect Buckminster Fuller and author Isaac Asimov who served terms as president and vice-president of Mensa International. We also have Scott Adams, creator of the cartoon strip Dilbert, a former Playboy Playmate of the month and noted actor James Woods.

The next Mensan could be you. By preparing well for the exam, increasing your IQ with the techniques I’ve shared with you before, eating and resting right, membership to this exclusive organization is not far from becoming a reality. Many people have also subscribed to the effective techniques of the Brainwave System, Hypnosis and Genius Intelligence. I'd say give these techniques a try and see for yourself the wonderful effects they can bring to your brain power.

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

3 Ways to Dramatically Increase Your Concentration

We live in a world where multitasking is the name of the game. We do so many things all at the same time and we wonder how come our performance is not at par to the standards we have set for ourselves. For once, it would be good if we can just try to focus and be able to give our full attention to one task and get the results we really want --- great, fantastic, best results. We can actually do that if we know how to maximize our brain power, improve our brain power, improve our concentration and increase our IQ in the process.

Let me share with you some practical ways on how you can improve on your concentration and boost your brain power.

1) Music Therapy

I’m not really the type to listen to music. But when I started getting curious on how I can increase my IQ, I bought a CD of Mozart and started listening to his music. It felt weird at first since it’s not really my kind of thing. I’m more into ballads and country music. However, little changes started to happen. I began to feel a lot better about myself, I can now think clearly and if before I couldn’t focus on one thing, I now notice time fly by as I do one thing with honest concentration and focus. It was amazing!

I later found out that this kind of therapy has worked in a lot of extreme cases. There was even evidence in some studies I’ve read that listening to Mozart has helped decrease the number of seizures in epileptic patients. This is probably because Mozart’s music helps calm nerves and relax the mind. Furthermore, Dr. Alfred Tomatis, a French researcher, said in his studies that Mozart’s music promotes healing and brain development. The varying frequencies of his music exercises the neurons and connections in our brain and I totally agree.

2) Let’s Get Mental

Get involved in mind stimulating activities. Exercise those brain cells by solving puzzles and games. Read books, watch less TV, visualize your dreams, meditate. Learn new skills, language or get into a new hobby. This way, your brain develops new dendrites and fires new electrical impulses. This way, your brain does not stagnate and will keep developing to its full potential.

3) Meditate

I’ve mentioned meditation. Try to do Yoga for example. It’s not only good for the body but great for your brain too. By practicing to focus only on your breathing a few times everyday, you are teaching your brain to learn how to focus on just one thing. By doing so, when asked to focus on something at work, it will automatically to you and you will be able to deliver great results for your office and your company.

For best results, do the Brain Evolution System. It has tremendously helped me in my concentration and even helped boost my IQ. It did wonder for me, far beyond what Mozart’s music did to my levels of concentration and awareness. Many of its users say the same thing about it too. For any queries, don’t hesitate to email me at

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The Secret to Joining MENSA

Not many organizations offer exclusive membership as that of MENSA. It doesn’t matter whether you are moneyed or poor, famous or not. Even if you’re Oprah or the US President, if your IQ doesn’t belong to the top 2% of the population, then goodbye to your dream of becoming one of MENSA’s very exclusive and special members. Because of this rule, Mensa has a large variety when it comes to its members. The age range is so huge and its members come from all walks of life from all over the world. I even read that recently, a two year old just became a member of this very prestigious organization. So now you ask, what can you do to become a member too? Do you have to have superior IQ? Do you have to increase your IQ? What steps do you need to take in order to belong to that much coveted 2% of the population?

It must be noted that there is no single test required to become a Mensan. This is because Mensa accepts results from a wide range of IQ tests as long as these results are certified and legitimate. You can then submit these certified results to Mensa so they can verify it. They also accept test scores on widely given tests such as The Miller Analogies, Stanford-Binet and the GMAT. The latter is actually why I became a member. I aced my GMAT and therefore I eventually got accepted to Mensa. Read up on my posts on how you can ace your GMAT. This way, it’s like hitting two birds with one stone! The American Mensa website was very particular when they said that one in fifty people do qualify for membership. Just try especially if you’ve done very well in any standardized test. Who knows, you might have been qualified all along.

For those who weren’t lucky enough to be included in the top 2% of the population’s IQ, there’s still a chance for you. Remember, I used to be that person too. My GMAT score was so tragic before and Mensa was only entertained in my wildest dreams. But now, after several hypnosis sessions in a span of two-three months, after getting involved in the brain evolution system, after studying the way to be a genius, I am already at a place where having a high IQ is the norm for me, I was able to ace my GMAT and even got accepted in Mensa. My future has never been this bright and opportunities have started sprouting everywhere. I am proof that it is never too late to want to increase one’s IQ. Like any achievement, it entails work, dedication and commitment. But once you start increasing your IQ, becoming a Mensan is not too far behind.

So may I suggest that once you have increased your IQ through the various techniques I’ve shared with you, you can ask to be tested by Mensa for membership. For those who would like to first test the waters, Mensa can administer a timed, computer-based practice test called the “Mensa Workout”. You can do this from your home where you will be mostly at ease. Though it’s not a certified test and scores here can’t be used for your admission, at least you will be able to see for yourself if you are indeed ready for Mensa. Well, if you do as I told you, like do those techniques to help increase your IQ, I know you will be able to ace this one and soon enough, be the next member of Mensa’s very exclusive club.

After your test is graded and you did score well, you will then be invited to take the real proctored Mensa test. They test those who are over 14 years of age since testing the intelligence of younger children is unreliable at best. But if you believe your child is qualified to be a member of Mensa, a licensed psychologist will administer childhood cognitive ability tests in the school setting. Adults however may contact their local Mensa chapter to schedule testing with a volunteer proctor. Once you’re admitted, you just have to pay your annual dues to maintain your exclusive membership status.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Three Reminders To Ace Your GMAT

I told you on my first post that I did ace my GMAT. Now, I’m going to share with you some more information on how exactly that happened. I’m telling you, all the hypnosis, brainwave system and other steps I took did their job well in increasing my IQ. If I were you, go grab the opportunity now to enhance your brain power by doing them too. It never is too late to want to be smarter and have better IQ.

Going back to my story, I was still a bit nervous the day before I took the exam. You all know how laughable my GMAT score before was. I couldn’t even find a job after recession. But remembering the hard work I’ve put since then and all those techniques I did to increase my IQ, I started calming down. The day of the GMAT exam went by like a breeze and true enough, I was able to ace it!

So aside from doing hypnosis, doing the brain evolution system and studying the Roadmap to Genius, the following are the additional steps I took in preparation for GMAT:

Books to Read
I wasn’t good at math before and I used to hate seeing numbers. Just to make sure that this is no longer the case, I went through Forgotten Algebra for three months as a refresher course which I studied on my own time. I was amazed at how quickly I managed to solve the problems and I was surprised that numbers no longer intimidated me. That was a pretty good sign that indeed, my IQ was increasing!

I also got the book Kaplan 800. This book made the quantitative part of the test a lot easier to handle. I also got a general GMAT preparation book. I wrote down the most important notes, principles, rules and concepts on pieces of paper. If you have flashcards, better. It also aided my verbal language skills particularly when it comes to sentence completion, argument analysis which could be hard for most and reading comprehension which is on the easier side of things. I reviewed for about 2 hours a night as compared to others who did it for 4 hours a night. The last few days before the exam, I was just relaxing and making sure that I eat right. After all, it is important to relax the brain and not overtax it so that it may perform exceptionally well on the test day itself.

Take Classes
Not that I had to but I know many exam takers who attended a Kaplan or Princeton Review Class. I heard many good reviews about them especially for those who had a hard time when they took GMAT the first few times before. I do believe though that if you follow the other techniques I did, you won’t have to take classes.

Things to Remember
GMAT is an adaptive kind of test. As you do well, the harder the next questions will be and the higher score you’ll get. So be sure that you get many answers correct on the first few questions. Otherwise, you might get stuck with the easy questions and get a low score. Do everything you can to help increase your IQ. Try hypnosis, brainwave techniques and the Roadmap to Genius. Many people have used these techniques and they worked well for them. I tried them too and I've never been this good at anything before. Make sure you also ingest the right kinds of food and have enough sleep. There’s nothing better than a well rested mind and relaxed body.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

How Can You Improve Your Learning?

I have described to you before the things you can do and the food you can eat in order to make sure that your brain has a steady supply of energy. With this steady supply of energy, you can maximize your brain power, increase your IQ, enhance your concentration, and improve your overall learning ability.

Did you know that the information you learn on a day-to-day basis is stored somewhere in your brain via three steps?

1. Ultra short –term memory

Here, the information you acquire only stays for about 20 seconds. They can be the things we see all around us, the impressions we have of them, things we hear in passing, scents we smell, etc. They are those things/data that are of not much importance to us and most of the time, we are not even aware of them. Of these things, should we need to remember them, we can acquire 3-5 of them simultaneously. The rest we forget very, very quickly. Otherwise, we would be overloaded with too much information that we don’t really need.

2. Short-term memory

Those impressions that are important, for the time being at least, we automatically move them to our short-term memory. For instance, we met someone for the first time and we’d like to remember his/her name so we know how to address him/her properly. We move this information to our short-term memory the moment we try to memorize the name in our heads. This signals our brain that this piece of information is important, thus, it automatically moves the information from the ultra short-term bank to the short-term memory bank. There are about seven to nine chunks of memory pieces that we can store in this bank at a particular time. As more and more pieces are stored, the older pieces are either bumped to forgetfulness or moved to the long-term memory bank if accessed more often.

3. Long-term

Those pieces of information that are regularly accessed are then taken to the long-term memory bank. This happens when there is repetition of memorization and repetition of use. Information stored here stays longer because the synapses between neurons have been made stronger by the constant access to the information.

However, there is still a chance of forgetting something that has already been stored in the long-term memory bank. This means that the access to the stored information has been lost. When we increase our concentration, forgetfulness can be prevented. But how do we increase our levels concentration? This is where hypnosis and brainwave stimulation can be helpful. These things can help increase your IQ and maximize your brain power by ordering your brain synapses to make more connections. With better and more connections in your brain, the easier it is for you to access information at will. Try hypnosis and brainwave stimulation now. Many people have already used these techniques and have given very good feedback about the effects on their mental health and general well being. They will definitely help with your learning ability, increase your IQ, enhance your concentration and improve your overall learning.

Do check out the other secrets and ways on how you can increase your brain power and boost your IQ. It never is too late to want to be smarter. They worked so well for me and continue to do so. In the meantime, sign up don’t forget to register to the Newsletter (fill the form above at the right :) and email me for any suggestions and comments you may have at

Thursday, August 6, 2009

How Can Brainwave Entrainment Boost Your Brain Power? (Part II)

In my previous post, I started sharing with you what Brainwave Entrainment is all about. Basically, it is a technique people use to help increase their IQ and boost their overall brain power. Below, you will see more benefits as well as some contraindications so you will know how and when to use it.

Brainwave Entrainment System, though this is just like listening to your favorite music CD, is absolutely different. You can’t do this while driving or while doing other things. You can multitask as soon as you are done and you will notice how fast you will work and how quickly you will think. But don’t do it while listening to the Brainwave Entrainment System, ok? It must be done in a quiet, peaceful setting like inside your bedroom before going to sleep so you can wake up smarter, refreshed, rejuvenated and more active than ever.

In terms of side effects, you may experience headaches because for the first time, your brain is getting so much blood flow. You may also experience more lucid dreams. This is just an indication that your brain is getting all fired up and your brain power is getting boosted.

Like I described earlier, in Brainwave Entrainment, the frequency of the stimuli being absorbed by the brain is automatically followed. It is a technology that incorporates subtle beats and pulsations into the music. When you listen to these pulses, your brain starts to alter your mental state. If before you feel drained, now you will feel relaxed or motivated. For instance, for those who are feeling panicky or anxious, it means you are producing too many beta waves which are bad for your mental health and general well being. When you listen to brainwaves, it will help your brain produce more alpha waves instead which is why you will start feeling better, a first sign that the system is working for you.

For those who always have difficulty focusing, causing you to fail at classes and at tasks you do, this means that your brain has been producing a particular pattern all these years. Brainwave Entrainment can change that. What it will do is speed up your brainwaves so that it’s easier to concentrate. Faster neural connections in the brain will prevent one from losing his/her train of thought. Continuously listening to the audio CD will make your left brain dominate your entire brain in order to increase your concentration, boost your mental power, prolong your memory and increase your IQ. This in turn reduces your emotional responses, therefore eliminating your mood swings too. Isn’t it hard to accomplish something when you feel emotional all the time? When you always feel like quitting and running away from everything? I know it’s hard. I’ve been there. And I thank the heavens everyday I’m over that phase of my life now.

Anybody who wants to make concrete changes in their life can use the brainwave technique. Anyone who wants to become smarter, feel more relaxed, boost their brain power, increase their IQ now has a chance to do so. It does not only do these things but it also cures insomnia, panic & anxiety attacks, over fatigue, chronic migraines and tension.

Now you have all the basic information you need to make that decision to make a difference in the quality of your life. It’s not yet too late to become smarter and live a better life. You know you’ve always wanted to just like I did. Here's the link. Check it out now and increase your IQ in no time.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

How Can Brainwave Entrainment Boost Your Brain Power? (Part I)

I have mentioned a couple of times on this blog a certain technique that helps increase your IQ and boost your brain power. On this particular post, I will discuss what this technique is and why has it been very popular among many and have been receiving fantastic reviews from its users (including myself). This technique is Brainwave Entrainment and I will be sharing with you what this is all about. I will also discuss the benefits you will get once you start listening to it. Read carefully as this will aide you in boosting your brain power and increasing your IQ. You do want to be smarter right? You do want to ace those tests you’ve been taking in school and get promoted in that job you’ve been eying for so long. You do want a better quality of life, right? Read on…

It’s been a little over 70 years since Brainwave Entrainment has been first put to study. Brainwave Entrainment is all about the electrical responses the brain makes as a response to the rhythmic sensory stimulation, such as pulsation or vibration of light or sound. It’s been used since time immemorial and people don’t even realize this. Notice how calm you feel when you watch a sunrise or sunset? How about when go out for a walk along the beach? How does the sound of the waves affect you? Here in the city, when you go out and party, attend a concert or listen to upbeat music, or perhaps, listen to a Michael Jackson song, how does it make you feel? Even the simple watching of TV is brainwave entrainment in action.

As our brain gets stimulated, either through our eyes, ears or any of the other senses, it tends to emit electrical charges as a response to the stimuli. What you eventually see and hear are those electrical responses that traveled all throughout your brain. These rhythmic stimuli, like the sounds and images being presented to the brain, were the representations of these rhythms. As the rhythms get consistent, it will eventually resemble the natural internal rhythms of the brain or what we call brainwaves. As soon as this happens, our own brain’s electric cycles get synchronized in similar rhythm.

You might be wondering if this kind of mind practice is safe? It definitely is. Brainwaves always get activated no matter what you do. It’s just a matter of channeling these waves properly so you can maximize its full potential. Take for example the recent loss we had in the musical entrertainment industry. The King of Pop just died and all we hear everywhere is his music. Fans all over the world are mourning and listening to his music and watching his videos all the time. By doing so, they are entertaining their brains in some way, perhaps, both in happy and sad ways. Brainwave Entrainment works in a similar manner except that results are more focused and not just for sheer pleasure or enjoyment. However, if you have experienced any serious illness that has got to do with your brainwaves such us seizures, epilepsy, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and any other brain sickness, consult with your physician first before using the Brainwave Entrainment System.

Now, for those who are in the clear of using this system in order to increase your IQ and boost your brain power, you only have to listen to the CD on a regular basis, say, 30 minutes every day for at least two months.

If you want to know how long before the system will take effect, it will actually depend on how receptive you are, how long and how consistently you listen to the CD. But, just like me, it is possible to notice some changes as soon as your first session is over. Concrete positive changes will start showing after about two weeks of continuous listening. What happens is, the more you listen to the brainwave recordings, the faster your brain adapts to it and the easier your brain produces the frequencies in the recordings on its own. It’s like having a last song syndrome of your favorite song or a song you’ve just heard but couldn’t seem to get it out of your mind. Only this time, the effects are more lasting and scientific.

I will continue sharing the benefits and some contraindications about it on my next post. For now, check out the Brainwave site and ponder upon it. Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me at

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Five Steps to Ace Your GMAT

If you want to get into that dream business school for your MBA, you’d have to be able to ace your GMAT first. GMAT, without a doubt, is a very difficult and time-consuming facet of the MBA application process. In order to lessen its difficulty and to be able to use your time wisely while confidently scoring 700+ on your test day, follow these simple steps:

1. Create a Timeline
Plot a three-month schedule of how you will prepare yourself physically, mentally and intellectually for the much awaited test day. Always learn from your mistakes and make your timeline as organized as possible.

2. Do Practice Tests
As the saying goes, “practice makes perfect” so practice away.

3. Track Your Errors
When you do your practice tests, label those entries that you find hard to answer, where you are slow in answering and those that you find easy. This will pinpoint your weaknesses and be able to practice more on them. This could potentially improve your score by 40 points.

4. Organize Your Studies
Follow this order when studying:

Kaplan Premier, Manhattan GMAT, or Princeton Review Study Guides

The layout of the GMAT is explained in these books including the kinds of questions that you will be tackling in each section as well as the general strategies you can use to ace the test. Once you’re done with these books, you may move on to the official GMAT study guides since they include questions from actual GMAT tests.

By this time, you are already aware of your weak spots. Use these guides to narrow down your strengths and weaknesses. Of course your weaknesses will require the most work from you. Use the tracking errors you’ve made so you would know where to spend most of your time studying and perfecting your answers.

5. Do Serious Practice Tests
Practice answering tests under real testing conditions. Try to work on 20-40 problems in each category of the GMAT every week and then, on the weekend, take one timed test under real testing conditions. That is, give yourself 3 hours to take an uninterrupted Computer-Adaptive Test (CAT) with one fifteen minute break following the exact structure of the GMAT.

Aside from doing practice tests, having better IQ also helps to get a great GMAT score. Take a look at this opportunity, people gave a really good feedback about it.

Doing these simple steps will help boost your learning in time for the real GMAT test. Do them seriously and religiously. Soon, you’ll be on your way to getting that dream MBA school of yours.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Bad Brain Food Explained

In my previous post, I discussed the kinds of foods that are good for your brain and exactly how they affect your brain functions and help increase your brain power . Were you able to experience for yourself the unique benefits of legumes, fruits and the likes?

In today’s post, I will share with you those foods that are considered bad for your brain. You may already know this but still, it’s good to be reminded of them from time to time.

Alcohol, Nicotine and Fats

It is common knowledge that alcohol is a no-no for the brain. It is something that goes straight to the bloodstream, killing brain cells in the process. No wonder you’d get tipsy or worse, drunk, and would lose control over your speech and motor skills. Nicotine, on the other hand, constricts your capillaries causing restriction of blood flow to your brain. With no blood flow, there is no oxygen. And with no oxygen, you have poor brain functioning. Hydrogenated fats, though more subtle in its effects, can still cause heart disease by clogging the arteries which is similar to what nicotine does to capillaries. In the long run, alcohol, nicotine and hydrogenated fats can kill you faster. Therefore, a change in diet is a must. The sooner you eliminate these things from your diet, the better.

Artificial Food Substances

Another type of substance that can cause decrease your brain power are the artificial colorings and flavorings that are present in processed food. They cause erratic fluctuations in blood sugar levels causing mood swings, fatigue and erratic behavior. You don’t need to memorize these foods. Just stay away from all refined flour and sugar products (potatoes aren't so good either if taken excessively).

In order for you to understand it better, here’s an explanation:

Carbohydrates you take in are eventually turned into blood sugar and 20% of these carbohydrates are used by your brain. Your brain prefers to have a steady supply of blood sugar rather than a huge supply of it. That is why blood sugar fluctuation is a no-no. This happens when you go on a yo-yo diet such that one day you eat a lot in one sitting, the next day you go on an extreme diet. It would be better if you eat plenty of times in a day but in small amount. This way, your blood sugar is at a steady flow. Do note that simple carbohydrates like processed flour products and sugary foods can cause wild fluctuations. Wild fluctuations cause sugar rush into the bloodstream. When this happens, there’s a rush of insulin which leads to hypoglycemia or plunging blood sugar level which in turn causes the release of adrenal hormones or having that “sugar high” feeling. With these sugar highs and sugar lows, you will be sure on your way towards irritability, mood swing, sleepiness, inattentiveness, etc., all of which are not conducive for maximum brain functioning.

Always remember that complex carbohydrates are the best brain foods. They help increase your levels of brain power. Their molecules are long so the intestines take a lot of time to digest it into simple sugars that the body can use. This then causes a steady supply of sugar into the bloodstream rather than the fluctuation which I have described above.

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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Brain Food, Want Some?

In some of my previous posts, I’ve mentioned about food that can help increase your brain power such as drinking the right amount of caffeine, taking Gingko Biloba and eating fish. However, these are not the only ones that do a wonderful job in boosting your IQ.

In this post, I will give you more examples of food that are good for your brain and we’ll call them “Brain Foods”. Like the name suggests "Brain Food" are those that aide and enhance your brain function. Fish, for example, is rich in omega 3 fatty acids which clear blockages in blood vessels therefore allowing the nerve cells to function at an optimum level. This is why it is crucial to eat fish at least twice a week. For people who dislike the taste of fish, you may take omega-3 fatty acids supplement.

Here are some more examples of food that are considered “Brain Food”:
Avocados, Bananas, Beef, lean Brewer's yeast, Broccoli, Brown rice, Brussels sprouts, Cantaloupe, Cheese, Chicken, Collard greens, Eggs, Flaxseed oil, Legumes, Milk, Oatmeal, Oranges, Peanut butter, Peas, Potatoes, Romaine lettuce, Salmon, Soybeans, Spinach, Tuna, Turkey, Wheat germ, Yogurt.

Foods that have low glycemic index (GI) are considered good for your health because they slow down the distribution of sugar in your blood stream. Fruits naturally have low glycemic index which prevents one from having the so-called “sugar rush” and “sugar crash”. The whole ones rank lower than juices because the natural fiber slows down the absorption of fruit sugar. These are grapefruit, apples, cherries, oranges, and grapes.

Cereals and grains like oatmeal and bran are best. Spaghetti and rice also have a relatively low GI as compared to corn flakes sugar-coated cereals and white bread which have higher GIs. The higher the GI, the faster the release of sugar into the bloodstream and the quicker one will feel tired and lethargic. How can you think properly if you’re feeling sluggish, right?

Vegetables and legumes like soybeans, kidney beans, chick peas, and lentils are great brain foods because these vegetables contain the lowest GI. Potatoes and carrots are not that good for brain power because they have a much higher GI.

Dairy and milk products have low glycemic indexes. It’s a bit higher than legumes, but lower than fruits. Nevertheless, they are still good for the brain.

The way you eat your food also has an effect on the way your body and brain use these foods. For example, if you eat foods high in sugar after you eat legumes may still delay the absorption of sugar, thus preventing sugar blues. Fats and ice cream do the same as compared to low fat yogurt with sugary fruit. Also, try not to overcook starches because this would be like pre-digesting them, causing them to release sugar into the blood stream a lot quicker.

Proteins provide amino acids that help increase brain power. Amino acids such as tryptophan and tyrosine are the building blocks of neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are our brain’s signal carriers from one brain cell to another. Therefore, feeding these carriers with amino acids via proteins we eat are good for overall brain functioning.

Proteins helps optimize brain performance. They contain amino acids, the building blocks of neurotransmitters. They are the ones that carry signals from one brain cell to another. Therefore, the better you feed these messengers, the more effectively they will enhance your brain power.

These are the good brain foods that you must be sure to eat to help maximize and optimize your brain power. In my next post, I will discuss the kinds of food that are bad for your brain and why you should avoid them.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Secret to Boosting Your Brain Power Despite Stress

While it is okay to have some stress in our system which may improve attention, boost intelligence and increase memory retention in the short term, having it for a longer period of time can actually do more harm than good. Research suggests that prolonged exposure to stress can even bring brain damage. Therefore, when we are faced with imminent danger, we need to have heightened awareness and the complex ability to deal with the crisis.

These days, even if we rarely experience life threatening situations, we still react as if we are in grave danger. What happens is we release huge amounts of cortisol and other adrenal steroid hormones in our system as a stress response. These stress substances block the formation of new neurons in the hippocampus and prevents the storage of new memories.

Some recent research suggests that chronic stress can lead indirectly to cell death as well. What we don’t realize is that we’re just reacting to our own thoughts of worries and negative thinking. These stress responses remain with us for hours at a time, even getting worse as more anxiety-causing thoughts bring forth more thoughts of the same kind.

Exposing our brain to this kind of damage tremendously reduces our brain’s ability to perform creative problem solving techniques which results to downwards spiral of reduced brain function. Therefore, it is important to manage your stress levels and always think positive. Of course it is always easier to say these things than to actually do them.

Others are gifted with the ability to remain positive despite stress while many others just couldn’t cope and are consistently exposing themselves to harmful body chemicals released during stressful situations. This is where certain tools such as hypnosis and brainwave systems come into the picture and help reduce stress and improve brain power. They will help you cope better with very stressful situations instead of totally abandoning them and denying yourself the ability to perform creative mental solutions to the problem.

Hypnosis and brainwave techniques have been used by various people to help them boost their brain power in much needed situations and it has always worked. I tried it myself and I can’t believe how many positive results it has given me all throughout this time. Check out this hypnosis site that I used. You can do it too. Find out for yourself. Take look also at this brainwave link. A lot of people (including myself) are giving very good feedback about it. Note that your thoughts are not the essence of you. You have the power to not let them overwhelm and control you. But it’s better to face and deal with them with a healthy and positive outlook and perspective. Let hypnosis and brainwave techniques help you in that arena and before you know it, you’re already boosting your brain power and are on your way to a better, happier you.

Let me know what you think. Have you tried hypnosis before? Also, sign up and register to the Newsletter (fill the form above at the right) and email me for any suggestions and comments you may have at

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

10 Great Hints for Better Brain Power

We always strive to be better at things we do. We want to be smarter, quicker, and brainier. But it’s not enough to be content with the intelligence that we were born with. At this day and age, there are ways you can adapt to help boost your brain power. Here are some more like I promised:

1. Challenge your mind Are you familiar with brainstorming? You think of words or things that are connected with the subject at hand. In this instance, we will do it the other way around by thinking of two subjects that are different from each other. For example, moon and a spider. Then try to think of as many links between them as you can. This will stretch your mind and break down the critical ability that interferes with the flow of ideas.

2. Flex and relax Relaxing can help increase one’s ability to perform better especially if it involves mental exercises. In taking tests for example, if you flex your muscles for 30 minutes, it will boost your ability to solve puzzles and complicated problems by 25%.

3. Spell it out If you have a problem that seems to be so hard to solve, try to write it down and spell it out. Make a web of connecting ideas if you have to. This way, your mind will be able to visualize an answer to your problem more clearly.

4. Do something new When you do something new (whether it be learning a new language, traveling, doing crafts and beads or learning a new sport), your brain forms new dendrites which help boost memory power and increase IQ in the process.

5. Do some aerobic exercises Don’t you ever wonder why there’s always physical education classes in schools? This is because aerobic exercises aides in increasing fluid intelligence (learning something new), helps your frontal lobes in processing information like making advanced plans and makes you good at making quick decisions. Do this for at least 30 minutes a week.

6. Off to dreamland you go It is important to always get a good night’s sleep every night. Uninterrupted sleep will result to better brain functioning the next day and when done consistently, will definitely boost your intelligence and mental performance. Therefore, it is important to avoid caffeine few hours before sleeping. Instead, drink milk to help induce sleep.

7. Take a walk A study found out that walking for at least 45 minutes three times a week can increase a person’s capability to multitask by up to 15%. This is because walking increases blood flow thereby bringing more oxygen to the brain.

8. Be a morning person A person’s brain is at its sharpest early in the morning. Maximize this time and tackle as much problems and tasks as you can. When taking exams, it’s also better to take it at this time as it increases your chances of getting a high score.

9. Eat frequently and in moderation By eating healthy food in small quantity many times in a day, you don’t deprive yourself of nutrients you need and at the same time, you don’t deprive your brain of the sugar it needs to work at its best. When you eat huge amounts of meal at a time, sugar goes to your digestive tract away from your brain.

10. Take lots of Vitamin B Vitamin B can be found in oats, chicken, tuna, whole wheat and bananas. They aide in memory and help manufacture / repair damaged brain tissues.

Furthermore, having a high IQ also helps boost your brain power. You may visit this site and see for yourself how you can have better IQ. Many users have given positive feedback about it. You may also try hypnosis for yourself and let me know how your experience was. A lot of other people used it and gave good feedback as well.

Stay tuned to learn more about IQ and how you can have more of it. ‘Til my next post. Feel free to email me at should you have further inquiries, suggestions and comments.

Monday, July 27, 2009

7 Cool Tips to Boost Your IQ

It has been believed before that a person’s IQ is solely determined by that person’s genes. But thanks to modern science, it has been proven time and again that this is not the case. A person’s IQ is quite malleable and with the right tools to boost one's IQ, like improving one’s working memory, anyone can enjoy having increased intelligence over time.

Of course genetics and the early gestation period play a large role in determining one’s IQ but it is not the end all and be all of having a high IQ. If you want to get the results that you want, try the following tips on how you can boost your IQ:

1. Play games Whether it be on your PSP, Xbox, computer, Wii, etc., playing games will help your mind work at spectacular speeds, strategizing and coming up with ways to win the game.

2. Sketch it It’s like keeping a diary at your bedside table. But instead of writing words, sketch the things you see in your mind. This is very crucial in developing complex reasoning abilities.

Bold 3. Solve puzzles Try not to ignore the puzzle pages when you browse through magazines and newspapers. Put some effort in solving them instead. Solving puzzles is a very good exercise for your brain. It helps extend dendrites (those tentacle-like branches in your brain that help carry massive information) in your brain and aide in the overall improvement of memory. Your mind will become sharper and you will be better at coming up with creative solutions.

4. Choose your scent There are particular scents and fragrances that help boost concentration, enable one to think clearly and lessen mistakes. Lemon scents, for instance, activates your hippocampus; Lavender relaxes your mind and helps you think more clearly; Jasmine can stimulate and excite your senses; etc.

5. Watch TV Game Shows There was a study done in UK that found watching The Weakest Link for at least 30 minutes can raise your IQ by six points while a documentary can increase your IQ by four points while the famous show Friends can boost your IQ by one point.

6. Wishful Thinking
Daydreaming is not bad as long as it’s not what you do the entire day. When you free your mind, you are detoxifying your brain and letting it rest and recuperate from stressful stimuli. Do this for 10 minutes at least every day and see how your mind works better after.

7. The power of multitasking
By doing at least two things at the same time, like listening to a radio while watching TV, can help your mind focus on something much better. Try getting information from both TV and radio then focus on one after the other. This exercise boosts your brain power and makes you better at focusing on things/work at hand.

Try these cool tips and experience a boost in your IQ. More to come on my next posts. For now, you may check out the other secrets and ways on how you can increase your brain power. Many users have given positive feedback about them including myself. It never is too late to want to be smarter. They worked so well for me and continue to do so. In the meantime, sign up don’t forget to register to the Newsletter (fill the form above at the right :) and email me for any suggestions and comments you may have at

Friday, July 24, 2009

Four Things You Should Know About Hypnosis & How It Can Boost Your Intelligence

Going into hypnosis is a tool you can use if you want to boost your brain power. I have tried it and it worked. I have become more focused, there’s clarity in my thoughts that wasn’t there before, I can understand everything a lot better and faster, I am challenged with new knowledge instead of becoming overwhelmed and insecure when faced with tons of new learning materials and I am able to immediately deal with problems and find fantastic solutions. Hypnosis has helped boost my brain power in more ways than I have ever imagined, it has increased my intelligence & memory capacity and I have never been a lot prouder of myself. If it worked for me, I believe it will work for you too.

On the other hand, I’d understand if you would have some preconceived notions about hypnosis and this is what I’d like to discuss with you today. These things that you are about to learn will help clarify your concerns about hypnosis. At the end of this post, I am confident that like me, you will want to try it out for yourself so you may start enjoying its full benefits and be able to enjoy having increased intelligence for the first time in your life. Hypnosis changed a lot of people’s lives. And it will change yours too, if you allow it.

These are the four most important things you should know about hypnosis:

1) Not all kinds of hypnosis are the same.

Like anything, there is the good, the bad, and the neutral kind of hypnosis. Not all hypnosis go by the famous lines “You are sleepy and your eyes are getting weary” kind of stuff. There may be the subliminal kinds but the best ones are those that are based on proven psychological principles that will help give you what you need and want at the quickest and most comfortable way possible. If it’s a boost in brain power that you want, then that’s what you’ll have.

Why is it that not all people can be hypnotized?
Blame it on the notion that people who are being hypnotized are being ordered around. Of course people wouldn’t want that and so they resist and therefore are not hypnotized. When the truth about hypnosis is that you get to experience a blissful sensation of being gently directed how to use your mind to create an incredible state of internal calm, you will learn just what hypnosis is, and why you can do it.

2) Hypnosis is all natural, 100% part of being human

The capability to be able to go into hypnosis is as much a part of being a human being as movement or speech for instance. It’s always been a part of you but you just don’t know it. If it weren’t for hypnosis, you wouldn’t have learned what you so naturally do now like eat, drink, sleep, learn, experience different kinds of feelings, etc. That’s the low level kind of hypnosis doing its thing. With clinical hypnosis (the one that I had), that’s when you get to unlock the powers within you like being able to boost your brain power, increase your IQ, improve your memory and so much more!

It’s definitely a good thing that these days, hypnosis is being recognized as a scientific tool in helping people develop themselves and unlock their potential. It’s no longer linked to magic and wizards like it used to before.

3) You are the one in control.

When you are hypnotized, it is because you were willing to be hypnotized. But unlike what many believed before, you are not being ordered around. You are still the one in control. You are still aware of everything that is happening around you and any time you feel like getting out of hypnosis, you actually can! It’s just that, with hypnosis, comes wonderful sensations, clarity and feelings of being one with the universe. You are fully relaxed and focused. Who would want to get out of that?! Of course, you would want to stay in that fantastic state of being for as long as you can. But like I said, any time you want it to end, you can. You are always in control.

4) Hypnosis is so far from sleeping

This is connected with the previous aspect of hypnosis. When you are hypnotized, you are not asleep. Like I said, you are aware of what’s going on around you and you are in control. You can always come out of hypnosis if you wanted to. Hypnosis is just like being under deep meditation. You just have a stronger focus internally and you experience wonderful sensations.

Now that you know these things about hypnosis, it will be easier for you to understand why I am using it as a tool to boost my brain power and why I would like to share it with all of you.

Do check out the other tools and ways I have shared on how you can increase your brain power and boost your IQ. It never is too late to want to be smarter. They worked so well for me and continue to do so. In the meantime, don’t forget to register to the Newsletter (fill the form above at the right :) and email me for any suggestions and comments you may have at

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Five Quick Tips To Increase Your IQ

Are you tired of being called ‘slow, dumb, or stupid’ by your family and peers? Increase your IQ! Come and join MENSA!

Did that statement sound way disconnected and preposterous? I’m sure the phrase seemed so absurd. No matter, it’s not too far fetched. Take me for instance… I used to be that ‘slow, dumb, or stupid’ girl. As I said in my first blog post :
“You see, I was never considered 'smart'. I was a simple housewife, raised my 3 beautiful smart kids and living my small life. I could not get into a good college, my GMAT score was laughable and I could not find a job after the recession started…. Now, after about 5 months into the change, I got accepted to Mensa, I have aced GMAT (just to check if it works :) ) and may apply to some fancy university :)
Increasing your IQ is no longer a thing of the past. It doesn't matter whether you are born stupid or smart. Things can always change because our brain can really do wonders! After all, we’re only using a fraction of it most of the time. What more if we really try to tap into our brain’s maximum potential and apply it our daily lives?! I bet we can do a lot of positive changes in our world today. But let’s not get way ahead of ourselves here. First things first.

Those who are interested about MENSA, you are probably asking how can one be admitted into it? If you check out their website,, it basically says there that you just have to belong to the top 2% of any qualified MENSA exam then you’ll be on your way to benefiting from this very exclusive and elite association. Here are some steps you can take to help prepare you for MENSA:

1. Increase your IQ by following the tips I’ve given you before. They are simple, practical and very easy to do.

2. For a more scientific approach, try hypnosis and stimulation of brain cells though waves.

3. Consistently eat, exercise and sleep right to give your brain a steady supply of oxygen and nutrients.

4. Take some free IQ tests online. This will give you an idea of what the test will cover. It will also serve as a practice ground for your mental faculties. By subjecting your brain to a series of IQ tests, you flex your brain muscles, expand its learning capacities and increase your IQ in the process.

5. Relax and enjoy.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Five Interesting Facts About The Brain (Part II)

In my previous post, I’ve mentioned five interesting facts about our brain. Hopefully, you were able to appreciate it and from there, putsome ideas to action so you may be able to take care of your brain some more, be able to boost your mental power and increase your intelligence in the process. On this post, I will share with you five more interesting facts about it. Some of you may already be familiar with these ideas but it doesn’t hurt to refresh one’s memory about it. And with a healthy brain, comes a wealth of greatness for humankind.

1. Your Brain is Nocturnal

You may not believe me when I say this but our brain tends to get more active at night. I know that its during day time when we are involved with so many tasks and activities. But at night, our brain works harder. This happens when we fall asleep. That’s when the brain does its own thing like repairing damages, rejuvenating itself, dreaming so it can connect to the conscious level, fix what needs to get fixed. No wonder that the next day, you feel like a brand new person all over again! This just means that the brain was able to do a good job the night before. For tjos who don’t feel this way, it just means that you need to allow your brain to get a good night’s rest so it can do its job well and in turn, be more useful for you during the day.

2. Life of Neurons is Not Fair

Neurons, like people, are not created alike. Some travel as fast as hundreds of kilometers per hours. Some travel as slow as ½ meter per second. It all depends on the type of neauron and what kinds of information are being carried to the brain.

3. Neurons are like growing babies

Scientists and researchers in the field of Neurology believed for a long time that neurons don’t regenerate. They thought that whatever it is that we are born with, we are stuck with it. I actually remember my teacher back in Middle School telling us the same thing. However, recent research had found out that this is not the case. Neurons do grow and replace dying ones. This poses the possibility of someday curing illnesses in the central nervous system such as Alzheimer and other kinds of brain damage.

4. 80% of Your Brain is Water

I’ve mentioned in my previous post that our brain uses 20% of the oxygen we breathe. The rest of the 80% is water. Our brain needs water in order to fully function well. So the next time you experience headache, before you swallow that aspirin you keep in your pill box, drink a glass of water first. Most probably, you are just dehydrated and need a quick supply of good old O2. This is also why alcohol is extremely bad for your brain. It is a diuretic which means, it takes away water from your body as well as your brain. SO the next time you get hung-over, drink plenty of water. That should ease your intoxication. Better yet, don’t drink alcohol at all.

5.No Pain in The Brain

The pink squishy material that is made of 80% water itself does not feel pain at all. It is the pieces of tissue that surrounds it that helps alerts you when your brain is in possible danger. But taken it itself, though it consists of a lot of blood vessels, has no pain receptors, therefore, it cannot really feel pain. This is why in most brain surgeries, patients are able to undergo such operations by being awake.

Now that you know more fascinating trivia about the brain, I can only hope that you will take better care of it. Our brain is a wonderful thing with a lot of potential to help bring greatness in our life in general. It has the capacity to keep on developing and improving itself. With our brain, we can be smarter, we can boost our brain power, we can be more intelligent.

In addition to the information on this post, it also helps if you have high IQ. You may check this site for more information. Many users have already given very good comments and assessments about it.

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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Five Interesting Facts About The Brain (Part I)

Human brains are actually like super computers. How many times has it been depicted in movies that ultimately, our goal is to be able to produce a human machine similar to that kid in the AI movie with super brain power? Why create something like us when we already have us? Sounds crazy? But the truth is, our human mind can do so many things especially if used in its maximum potential. We can boost our own IQ, in crease our memory and so much more!

For this post, I will share with you some interesting facts about our brain. Aren’t you curious why it’s been the subject of studies for decades now? Even in movies, Frankenstein stole one for his monster, zombies in many horror flicks have sought them out. There really are a lot of amazing things about our brain, you see.

For me, our brain is the most important part of our body. In dying situations, even when the heart beat has been long been gone, if there are still minor impulses detected in the brain, the patient won’t be considered dead…yet. The moment the brain is no longer transmitting impulses, then that’s the time the patient is pronounced clinically dead. Well, think about it… we most often than not take our brains for granted. But without it, how can we process all these information all around us? How can we hear, smell, feel, taste? Actually, without it, we’re nothing. The heart can be transplanted. But the brain? Good luck with that!

Moreover, without the powers our human brains can do, we would’ve probably still be living in the stone age. The only good thing about that would be living in an unspoiled world. But that’s another story.

We wouldn’t be experiencing the countless amazing things we have today --- great cities, electronics, computers, airplanes, jets, ships, etc… We wouldn’t have that hunger for more knowledge and advanced way of life. We wouldn’t know the world as we know it.
Setting aside the power of our minds, the human brain in itself is a very fascinating organ or our body. Here are some facts that will tell you why.

1. Terabyte Storage Capacity

You know what a gigabyte is right? Anybody who ever uses a computer knows what a gig is. But a terabyte is so much more than that. Quantitatively, its storage capacity is equivalent to over a thousand gigs.

Scientific studies have discovered that the human brain is capable of storing information of up to 1,000 terabytes. Imagine Britain’s National Archives which currently stores around 900 years of information for an entire country. That is only equivalent to 70 terabytes. The human brain can do more than that with plenty of storage room to spare! Amazing! Who needs a computer when we can do that? Our brain is so much more powerful than any super advanced computer we have right now. So to those who don’t believe that they have the capacity to learn more, to be smarter, to increase their IQ, well, think again. Maybe, this is what the Catholic Bible means when it was written that humans are created in the image and likeness of God, the creator. We have so much potential for brain power inside of us. We just need to unlock it and use it well. Then we can be like God, making greater and bigger things for the good of mankind.

2. Electricity in our Brain

I remember watching this movie, The Secret, where Bob Proctor said that we have the power to light an entire city for a week. He is right. This is because our brain uses electrical impulses…electrical power, generated by our body, in order to operate.

Even while we are sleeping, our brain uses the same electrical power as that of a 10-watt light bulb. That’s actually the caricature of a man with a light bulb on top if his head came from when depicting the act of thinking. This is also the reason why electrical gadgets and appliances that emit electrical impulses like cell phones, power lines, etc., can obstruct brain functions and cause damage in the long run. So try to stay away from these things when you can.

3. High Speed Electrical Highway

Pain is good, did you know that? It’s a signal that tactile sensations, whether it be pain, heat, or cold is immediately sent from your toe for instance straight to the brain at a speed of 170 miles per hour! This is why we immediately feel these things even if the point of origin is so far from your brain. It gets processed fast, so fast that it’s almost instantaneous. Without it, you won’t notice that your hand is burning or that your foot is getting pricked.

4. Hungry for Oxygen

Our brain is only a small part of our body, 2% to be exact. Yet, it uses 20% of the oxygen we breathe so it can keep on functioning. This is the reason that without oxygen, we die so fast. We can not eat for weeks and survive. We can not drink water for days and live. But a few minutes without oxygen, we die. Because without oxygen, the brain will stop functioning. When it does, those messages that go to and fro our different body parts will stop causing an immediate shut down of our internal organs then we die. The end of life for us. So to all smokers out there or those people who are constantly exposed to fumes and carbon emissions, save your brain and stop smoking, find a different job and change your lifestyle.

5. More Dreams for the Smart Ones

Scientists have studied that those people with higher IQ dream more often. But don’t fret if you are among those who don’t dream at all. Most probably you just don’t remember it. Most of your dreams last only for a few minutes and unless you wake up while we are in REM stage, it would be difficult to remember anything from your dream at all. This is also why you are told to keep a dream diary on your bedside table so you may record it the moment you wake up, if you remember anything at all.

These are just some of the interesting facts about our brain. Knowing these things can help you take care of it more so you may be able to maximize its use. By doing so, you are helping yourself get smarter, have higher IQ and increase your overall brain power.

There are also other ways to help increase your IQ. There's brainwave technique and there's hypnosis. I've tried them before and they worked. Many users have already found them very useful. Check them out and see for yourself.

I will share more in my next post. If you have questions, feel free to email me at