We are conducting research to help blind people have “alternative vision”. For observation visually impaired people mostly use their senses; smell, taste, hearing etc. This program shows you how to enlarge the observation range via senses.
With the VIBRATION METHOD™, we expect blind people can “see” with other senses. The brain activation will take several hours and the result can be tested directly.
For those who interested about this program, just visit us at Jakarta, Indonesia. We won’t charge you for the activation. It is FREE but please understand that you must pay your self for transportation, accomodation, meals etc.You can also invite us to your country if you have sponsors who can pay our airfare, visa, accomodation etc.
This program for children and adult. Please understand that we do not guarantee the same result of each person. Each person usually has different capability of senses. For some talented blind people who already have sensitive senses, they don’t need brain activation program. But if they join, they ll have better senses and better skill for navigation/detect object. Mostly blind people don’t have talent/ sensitive senses, so it is our job to make their senses more sensitive with brain activation program.
Blindfold Ability Research
– You can search on youtube with keyword “daniel kish”. He is totally blind man who can “see” without eyes.
Watch here :
On above video, there are some Scientist explain why blind man can “see” without eyes. You can also read the published paper research here : //journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0020162
– Research from Russia scientist :
Researches confirm the compatibility of non-eye vision for the cerebrum. The phenomenon does exist and it has to be studied”! (N.P. Bekhtereva – Academician of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences & Head of the Brain Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences). Paper research : //www.springerlink.com/content/p6406hu22u825319
– Korean Institute of brain science :
Ahn S.H., Kim S.W., Jang D.P., Ku J.H., Sumners D.P., Lee U.S., Cho Z.H., Lee S.H., “Stimuls intensity dependence of colour perception by heightened sensory perception(HSP) trained children”, Acta Physiologica, 2006, Vol 186, supplement 1, 250.
Kim S.W., Ahn S.H., Jang D.P., Ku J.H., Sumners D.P., Lee U.S., Cho Z.H., Lee S.H., “The effects of environmental luminance on color perception in heightened sensory perception(HSP) trained children.”, Acta Physiologica, 2006, Vol 186, supplement 1, 24