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Genius Gland

Atualizado: 21 de mai.

Have you ever had the desire to have extraordinary abilities beyond your wildest imagination? What if I told you that there is a little, cashew-sized gland hidden away in your brain right now that, if it were to get active, could instantly unleash all of your divinely endowed genius abilities?

Researchers from NASA uncovered the existence of this amazing gland and its astounding potential in a ground-breaking 3000-day study. Unfortunately, the pressures of contemporary life frequently cause this “genius gland” to remain inactive, robbing us of the power and way of life that are properly ours.


However, this is where the tale takes an exciting turn: a recent investigation carried out by NASA experts into the records of the renowned inventor Thomas Edison revealed a secret.


Edison, known for his groundbreaking inventions, kept this powerful technique to himself. However, as users began to experiment with the 7-Second Brain Trick, miraculous results started to unfold. People reported unexpected windfalls of money, newfound love after heartbreak, and a resurgence of long-forgotten memories.


This revolutionary brain activation technique is something unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The best part? You can try it in the comfort of your own home today. By unlocking the potential of this “cashew” gland, you can tap into your brain’s full power and manifest everything you’ve ever desired.


Are you ready to embark on this transformative journey and unleash your inner genius? Take my word for it. Check it out for yourself. After humanity had to cope with Covid-19 at the beginning of 2020, deep breathing became part of my newly developed morning ritual. Of course, that is after a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee.


I started breathing through my nose by inhaling as much oxygen as possible. Normal air contains 21% oxygen, which we breathe into our lungs so it can enter our bloodstream to help with the proper functioning of our tissues and organs. We also breathe as a way to expel carbon dioxide gas, which is a type of waste our bodies produce.


The objective was to oxygenate my body which also affects your brain, especially if you breathe through the nose, the correct way to inhale your breath. Deep breathing enables people to create oxygenation which is a state of well being seen in children. It’s a state that helps them become brainier.


I believe this is what unlocks your “cashew” gland. The gland activates a brainwave called theta. Theta activity has a frequency of 3.5 to 7.5 Hz and is classed as “slow” activity. It is seen in connection with creativity, intuition, daydreaming, and fantasizing and is a repository for memories, emotions, sensations. 

Try it yourself. Sit squarely, with your elbows bent at ninety-degrees and arms on side rests or table top (desktop). Inhale 30 times through your nose into your stomach. Once you cannot inhale any more, bring it up to your lungs, as much as possible into the upper lungs, and then relax your whole body while releasing the inhalation via your nose.


Feel a sense of wellbeing. Repeat the process again and again until you have completed the exercise. At the end of the 30th exhalation hold your breath for as long as possible. When you feel that you need to breathe again, it is unlikely, as our intuition tells us to inhale (it’s a natural process), but the reality is we can go on. Mind control helps hold it!


If you have time complete another 30 deep breaths, and then if you can, do it again. The more the merrier. This process will oxygenate your body which provides many benefits.


The 7-Second Brain Trick is simply using the above breathing method more rapidly to shock the body while suddenly getting a lot of oxygen to the brain. However, if you can spend longer to continue into the deep breathing mode you will benefit more.


Try it for at least a month to perfect your methods, and let me know how you get on. You've got nothing to lose, and everything to gain.


Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface

 

Vocabulary builder:

Tale (n) = story, account, fiction, romance, anecdote, legend, fable, yarn

Groundbreaking (adj) = revolutionary, innovative, pioneering, radical, trailblazing, brand-new, cutting-edge

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