Human beings use a miniscule portion of the brain bestowed by the nature. This usage is further reducing with advent of electronic gadgets, computers and smartphones. We all know, humans are 99% animal and the power of imagination is what differentiates former from latter. Let’s not destroy our capability of imagination by letting the brain rust.
Amnesia and brain disorders are becoming common at age much earlier than before, losing the faculty of imagination which makes us human. I wish to promote the activities which keeps the mind active and thus avoid rusting and getting out of shape in early ages.
A regular practice of Vedic Maths enables a common sense approach in daily life. It helps develop and evolve the right brain which improves the decision making capability, so essential for leaders and aspiring managers. Multiple choice questionnaire in mathematics can be solved much quicker and precisely.
This topic is close to my heart. I wish to do my bit by spreading the knowledge about Vedic Maths, an Indian way of thinking, and help not only the Indians but the entire humanity. Vedic Maths could join Yoga in the growing list of Indian philosophies going global.
While there are numerous websites on the topic, none that I came across introduced the subject in a step-by-step manner attracting both the new comers and enthusiasts alike. By steps I mean,
- General gyan about the topic [“gyan” – meaning knowledge]
- Basic techniques
- Tips on learning and deploying the techniques in daily life
- A short module for self-learning for new comers
Watch this space.
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