What is Accelerated Learning?
Developed in the 1960’s by Bulgarian educator and psychiatrist, Dr. Georgi Lozanov, Accelerated Learning is based on the way we naturally use our brain. By involving the whole body, using tools such as music, art and creative exercises, it increases the capacity of learning and retaining information.
Retain more information at a much faster rate. It is not a genetic trait, it can simply be attained through a different way of learning. We have a near-infinite capacity to learn, if we establish our strongest intelligence. The psychologist, Prof. Paul Reber, explains this in the Scientific American:
Accelerated Learning enables learners to move beyond limiting beliefs and misconceptions and tap into their hidden potential. It is less about delivering content and more about encouraging discovery, reflection, and learning with personal meaning. Methods involve art & music, mind mapping, various memory techniques, creative visualisation, pattern recognition and engaging the whole body.
Sacred Geometry Toolset
Any shape, form and model can be created with a drawing compass and straight edge (ruler), the most important tools for accelerated learning.
With our toolset, we create a geometric template to visualise a scientific and philosophical concept and uncover each step by rational thinking.
Physical exercises keep the energy in flow and help remember a thought process in an interactive way.
3D models and live-experiments, offer a hands-on experience to support the learning process.
Relaxation & Meditation
Get creative by colouring the template. This gives the mind enough time to process information and helps storing it into the long-term memory.
Everyone can be a genius
It’s not about being intelligent, it’s about how we approach a subject. With our unique interpretation of accelerated learning, even young children are able to understand complex scientific theory’s such as relativity.