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Super Brain Yoga" is a simple and popular exercise developed by Master Choa Kok Sui, a Filipino spiritual teacher and the founder of Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga. The exercise is believed to help improve mental clarity, focus, and overall brain function.

The practice of Super Brain Yoga involves a series of physical movements that combine elements of acupressure and traditional yoga. It is based on the idea that certain energy points or acupressure points on the earlobes are connected to the brain and can be stimulated to enhance cognitive abilities.

Here's a basic description of how Super Brain Yoga is performed:

  • Stand up straight with your feet shoulder-width apart.
  • Hold your right earlobe with your left hand's thumb and forefinger, placing your thumb in the front and your forefinger behind the earlobe.
  • Simultaneously, hold your left earlobe with your right hand's thumb and forefinger, in the same manner.
  • Inhale deeply as you bend your knees, lowering your body into a squatting position.
  • Exhale slowly as you rise back up to a standing position.

The exercise is typically repeated 14 to 21 times, and it is recommended to practice it daily for best results.

It's essential to note that while Super Brain Yoga has gained popularity in some communities and is claimed to have various benefits, its scientific evidence and effectiveness for brain function enhancement are still a subject of debate and research.

As with any exercise or wellness practice, it's essential to approach it with an open mind and consult with healthcare professionals if you have any health concerns or conditions before incorporating it into your routine.

Super Brain Yoga Master Choa Kuk Soi 2006

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