The study process deals with information gathering, but it must be active learning rather than repeating lessons. Sukshma Dhrashta helps students to understand well rather than repeat and memorise facts and figures. Students learn to explore data in the Sukshma Dhrashta program and find connections between ideas. They learn to blend and separate data in the brain. The result is that ideas and concepts are deeply understood. Students gain confidence, their study skills improve, and they excel in academics. Start the students in the neurocognitive development program so they can perform excellently. An early childhood mental development program changes the future of learning for the better in a competitive world. With greater learning capacity, students can use the information in interesting and smart applications. Children become inventive and practical thinkers with neurocognitive srividya training. Meditations for teens result in expanded mental powers as well.  Supramental meditation helps children rise above their routine thinking and enhance their mental capability.


Student life extends over many years, and genuine learning for progress has become essential. Developing higher-level cognitive functions is a must. Learning by repetition with no understanding is a waste of time. Rote learning brings no benefits.

What do students need?

The world is constantly changing. Students need to develop the ability to adjust to changing situations. The ability to review and evaluate is fundamental for them. Students need to find solutions to a variety of problems. Learning by repetition does not promote such essential, higher-order skills.  

  • What students need are skills like analysis and judgement. They need to know how to evaluate problems and find solutions. 
  • They must be able to debate a question and find its strengths and weaknesses. These higher-level mental skills require effort and training. 
  • In addition to simply committing to memory, students can find the relationship between a theory and how to apply it in practice. Once the subject matter is really understood, they never forget. 
  • The higher understanding leads to the total picture, and the why, what, and how make sense in detail. Children can face problems with confidence and find solutions with higher thinking capacity.

Surface Learning is not Effective

Surface learning is not real learning, and there is no understanding a child can achieve. Surface learning is something one cannot remember for a long time. Formulas and historical dates can be learned through rote learning or repetition, but it is just surface learning. 

Thinkers and inventors succeed in making a mark with originality. Loads of information gathered through repetition have no value since analysis and evaluation are missing. Students need to prepare for life rather than take exams alone.

Analysis and the invention of ideas and thoughts are fundamental to dealing with a complex network. Supramental meditation develops the unity of the body, mind, and spirit and enhances mental skills. Meditation for teens early in life sets a good foundation for the mature years to come. 

Scientific Case Study 

According to a scientific case study on a 27-year-old individual, Dr. Sunil Sharma, a neurosurgeon at Apollo Hospital, conducted fMRIs before and after Sri Siddha Sanmarga Sadhana to study neuroplasticity of the brain.  The test shows increased activity in the brain after Siddha Sanmarga sadhana. He showed images of the different parts of the brain where activities are improved compared to before Sadhana. Brain and other parts of the body, hands, feet, and talking reception for the environment also improved. The individual can easily learn new skills and develop analytical abilities with neurocognitive training programs.

Program Outcomes

#what is developed?

  1. Immense ability to learn what is new
  2. Higher communication skills
  3. Improved awareness 
  4. Superior, comprehensive Brain Activation
  5. Alert and calm state of mind… and more

#what is resolved?

  1. Learning weaknesses
  2. Emotional and Mental difficulties
  3. Negative thoughts of oneself and the world
  4. Emotional insecurity
  5. Examination-related worries …. and more


  1. Multi-subject skills and abilities
  2. Higher study performance
  3. Active and vigorous actions
  4. Quicker understanding and remembering
  5. Better communicative language ideas …. and more  


  1. Increased self-respect and self-insight
  2. Improved calm and sensible action 
  3. Sharp, sensitive brains and ideas 
  4. Willingness to struggle towards achievement
  5. Mental and Emotional flexibility …. and more

Students may reach the above targets within two months, and we can observe positive changes within 15 days of starting the program.

General Misconceptions

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This widely spread myth suggests that humans only use a small fraction of their brain’s capacity. In reality, brain imaging research has shown that we use most parts of our brain, even for simple tasks.

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The belief that intelligence is a fixed trait, unchangeable throughout life, is a myth. Research in neuroscience has shown that the brain is highly plastic, and cognitive abilities can be developed and improved with effort and practice.

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Yes, repetition plays a significant role in enhancing grasping and retention of information. However, Merely re-reading text is not as effective when not understood. Repetition without understanding can lead to Rote Learning, which is mostly counter productive. 

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This myth ignores the vast diversity in individual cognitive abilities and learning capacities. Different individuals may excel in different areas and at different rates.

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Another myth is the idea that some people are left-brained (more logical and analytical) and others are right-brained (more creative and intuitive), and that this affects their learning. Neuroscience has shown that this is an oversimplification and that complex thinking and learning require the integrated action of both hemispheres of the brain.

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The idea that young children can learn anything effortlessly because they are like “sponges” is a myth. While children are adept at learning new things, particularly languages, effective learning still requires proper instruction, practice, and time depending on the individuals abilities

program testimonials

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Within a short span of just 2 months, Students displayed remarkable cognitive improvements, showcasing enhanced perception, increased neural coherence, and balanced left and right brain networking, leading to focused, equanimous minds and advanced learning capabilities.

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The program’s value addition surpasses that of the previous version. It is amazing how much has changed in just 4-6 months.

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