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For any change to be sustainable, it has to be gradual, one that brings about small corrections in an individual’s and/or an organisation’s operational style. Even a small change cannot be force-fed or spoon-fed. It has be understood, assimilated, practised, adapted and finally internalised by the society as a whole, before one and all reap the benefits. Essentially it is a long haul as far as a society or country is concerned. This does not mean that an individual and/or organisation applying these principles will not benefit in the immediate present from their internalisation, for they are parts of the macrocosm.

Or) With whom should this match be watched? What is the chance of even one prospective spectator ever lowering his brain frequency in order to ask these questions? The same deceleration of thought processes is a must for each and every day-to-day activity. Most people cognise a thought or desire and act on it. They do not care to think through a situation before acting. If at all they do so in challenging situations, how many have trained their brains to go to the precise frequency, utilise areas of the brain that optimises one’s capacity to answer the aforementioned set of questions?

The consequence is that children have major comprehension problems with topics that need greater attention spans. Children end up with inadequate cognitive skills to complete or compete in the present educational system. They become depressed, with low self-esteem and poor immune systems. Parents attribute the cause to everything except their own mistake: planting infants, toddlers and children in front of TVs and audio systems. Research has also proved that care and caressing help in the growth of the adipose layer on the axon (in a neuron).

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