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Infants 2 weeks onwards
108 High Contrast Visual Stimulations

While Seed of Genius has a lot to do with our Natural Intelligences, they also need to be nurtured. The earlier the better. This is not 'educating' the newborn, but simply helping their brain develop through the process of 'neural pathways' generation.

Visual stimulation is  crucial. As the baby grows, the brain receives input from all five senses. This input causes nerve cells to multiply and form a multitude of connections with other nerve cells. If a baby was kept blindfolded, the visual center in his/her brain would never develop and baby would never develop vision. 

However, if you provide continuous visual input into baby’s eyes, the retina thrives, the optic nerve grows, and the visual part of baby’s brain thrives and develops by leaps and bounds.

Research proves that black and yellow contrasts register powerfully on baby’s retina and send the strongest visual signal

Baby Brain Stimulator Flashcards


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