The Right Brain Senses

This post has been moved to Right Brain Child.

Published by Shen-Li

SHEN-LI LEE is the author of “Brainchild: Secrets to Unlocking Your Child’s Potential”. She is also the founder of Figur8.net (a website on parenting, education, child development) and RightBrainChild.com (a website on Right Brain Education, cognitive development, and maximising potentials). In her spare time, she blogs on Forty, Fit & Fed, and Back to Basics.

5 thoughts on “The Right Brain Senses

  1. It is amazing how babies can ‘feel’ so much. I’m thankful to have come across Shichida’s methods to help my boy retain his innate abilities. Happy practising at home. 🙂

    (Btw, I think the 1st comment is a spam trying to get clicked through.)

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  2. Yes, it is. I’m glad I found out about right brain education when I did. I heard about Shichida when Gavin was much younger, but it wasn’t explained to me very well so I thought it was just another of the multitude of early childhood programs. I’m glad I finally took the effort to search deeper into the subject.

    Thanks, I got rid of that spam comment. It’s called Astro-turfing. Companies hire normal people to make comments on blogs and link it back to their website. I think that’s why the spam filter doesn’t catch it. I don’t mind so much when the comments are relevant to the post, but it’s annoying when it’s meaningless.

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  3. Hi Shen-Li,
    I have started being more proactive on the right brain education research thanks to your numerous helpful blogs.
    I was not too keen with your earlier posts regarding this subject. Like you i thought the method is more for ‘kiasu’ parents who are obsess with their kids being advance academically.
    Now i understand the aim of this method is so much deeper than that. I’m going back to UK soon and i understand there will not be any Shichida/Heguru classes. In your opinion do you think i should just read more books on this subject or buy the Tweedlewink program online? My daughter is turning two next month.
    Thank you!

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  4. ‘Like you i thought the method is more for kiasu parents who are obsess with their kids being advance academically’.

    Oh dear i just realise i did not edit my post before submitting. Of course i do not mean you lol! Just ME, sorry about that!

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  5. Don’t worry, I understood what you meant. I felt the same, too, when I first heard about it. That’s why I never pursued Shichida classes for Gavin when I first heard about it.

    Definitely read more books on the subject. If you can get into a class at Heguru or TW before you head back to UK, it would be good. Just so you can see what activities they do. This will help you work with your daughter at home.

    You can choose to make your own materials, and the TW DVDs are a useful supplement. Knowing what I do now, I feel you will need more than the TW DVDs. The DVDs are a good start, though. You can play lots of games with your daughter to help her develop her right brain. Probably the easiest is imaging – help her take imaginary journeys in her mind. The other activities will require you to prepare some materials to present. I’ve written about them before in earlier blog posts, but I’m happy to explain them further to you if you like.

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