Did you know questions:
- Did you know that 95% of our behavioral patterns are established by the age of 7?
- Did you know that babies recognize words, sounds and feelings while in the womb?
- Did you know that due to brain wave changes at such early stages in life, science tells us we should begin teaching our babies in utero?
- Did you know that the science of epigenetics has proven that our thoughts can modify our gene expression?
- Did you know that only 1 out of 10 adults ever change their behavioral patterns for the better, which confirms what science is telling us? That is, we should be teaching our infants and toddlers the positive virtues we want them to have in life prior to age 7.
Let’s talk about brain waves!
A baby is born in a delta brain wave frequency. This is the lowest frequency and is the reason why their brains are like little sponges. Around age 2, the brain changes into a theta frequency which is still a low frequency, but higher than delta. This just means the brain will be a little less spongy than the delta frequency. However, around age 7, we move into an alpha frequency, which is a much higher frequency, and makes us less susceptible to learn so easily. In essence, it’s kind of like being on auto pilot from age 7. Sounds scary, doesn’t it? Around age 12 we move into a beta frequency, which is even higher, and the reason so many teenagers have a tough time learning things such as foreign languages. So, why is this important to know? Because it provides the science to back up why it’s imperative to teach our infants and toddlers positive virtues prior to them reaching the age of 7.
What makes Max Rhymes different?
Because we understand the science of epigenetics and brain wave changes, Max Rhymes are scientifically written to condition children with a positive belief system at the subconscious level. As the children grow, they will be able to draw from this knowledge they learned at an early age and create a path toward success.
Want to learn about epigenetics? Keep reading!
Epigenetics: the study of changes in organisms caused by modification of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself.
What does that mean to you as a parent?
It means you have a lot more influence on your child than we ever knew. Did you know that you have an impact on your child’s IQ? Did you know that you have an impact on your child even before conception? Most of us didn’t and still don’t know this. However, research is revealing what others, such as aboriginal cultures, have known for 1000 years and it’s why those cultures go through a ceremony to purify their minds and bodies.
Research is showing that parents, by default, act as genetic engineers months before conception. During the final stages of egg and sperm maturation, a process called genomic imprinting adjusts the activity of specific groups of genes that will shape the characteristics of the child yet to be conceived. (The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton; Surani 2001; Reik and Walter 2001) What that means is your stress levels, be it financial, relationship, family, friends, work, etc. and likewise your level of happiness and peacefulness, all play a role in the development of your child even before conception.
Now, on top of that, add the fact that 95% of the programming to the subconscious mind is done by the age of 7. That means all the things your child has heard via conversations, TV or radio, is all getting programmed in the mind. It’s this programming that plays a huge role in the child’s future based on the “truths” and “beliefs” the child has been programmed with. Unfortunately, most of us have been programmed with limitations, which has prevented us from creating the life we deserve.