Today I share with you a Powerful Greek 'mantra' that Trains Your Brain for Optimum Results for Health & Success in Anything ! The vibrational frequency of the Greek language has a powerful effect on the brain.
The Greek language is a universal language, an intelligent language that vibrates in very special frequencies that help us increase our perception and focus.
"Several studies by Greek and foreign scientists have indicated that the Ancient Greek language, apart from being a living language, is also a therapeutic one, as it is said to posses the ability to cure many disorders, for example dyslexia.According to a theory by British classicist Professor Eric A. Havelock, which is based on the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, the ancient Greek alphabet caused many abstract concepts to be conceived in the ancient Greek world, due to the unique brain activation of its users. The theory is presented along with many other conclusions by top foreign scientists, philologists and linguists in the 400-page volume ‘The Alphabet and the Brain: The Lateralization of Writing,” which was published in 1988 by Springer."
From The Greek Reporter
Greek Mantras based on wise philosophy maxims are very powerful and help us to manifest a more focused and grounded life connected directly with the true meaning of existence through our third eye (the eye of the souls as Greeks say - Omma tis psihis - Όμμα της ψυχής.
The Greeks were the first ever to begin investigating the brain as the center of consciousness and physical functioning around 700 B.C.E. In the 6th century B.C.E., Alcmaeon of Croton was the first Greek philosopher-scientist to publish a book that firmly established the brain as the “seat of understanding” (Huffman, 2008).
It is believed that he was the first to discover that all sensory organs, such as the eyes, were connected to the brain via channels, or poroi, which, in the example of eyes, equates to the optic nerve (Neurosurgery Editorial Office, 2010).
He is also attributed with the naming of four out the five senses (sight, hearing, taste, and smell) in understanding sensation and perception.
Later philosophers, such as Plato, would come to use the concept of the brain as one of the most important organs, responsible for understanding and intelligence.
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