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Channelized the Deadliest Weapon

Most of the deadliest, destructive , and dangerous weapon in world, we often come across like nuclear weapon is the most destructive in the world and many more names to follow the list. But one weapon is always underrated by us and to all of the above it out stands all the weapons in the world yes the “Human Mind”. it is one of the deadliest weapon we have with us.

If we channelize it we can achieve anything in our life. Just like it is shown in the Hollywood movie “: Limitless” where they show the power of the human mind they unleash the power of the human mind. We must channelize it in a positive direction. It can be as destructive as it is
productive. There are many ways to channelize the power of this mean weapon.
Some of the ways to keep the mind healthy are-

  • Meditation
  • Chess
  • Many exercise which can help mind to stay fit and healthy

A) Meditation – It Strengthens Your Brain’s Ability to focus and Think Calmly under Pressure you can see physical changes in the size and shape of structures in the brain. It is just like strength training to grow stronger. This is my favorite benefit of meditation of any form.

B) Chess-   A game which requires more brain than physical activity looks like more sophisticated games as ever well it is also known as “the game of kings”. Chess is one of the best exercises for the mind as it has many advantages.

  1. It can raise your IQ– It is found that those who play Chess have a higher IQ than any other.
  2. It helps prevent Alzheimer’s– Just like any other body part which requires exercise to unleash its strength and power the same goes with the brain. Activities like chess reduce the risk
    of having dementia.
  3. It exercises both sides of the brain – Chess helps both sides of the brain to work in the same proportion, as left brains being much more active due to chess and hence the right hemisphere of the brain to do so as well
  4. It increases your creativity -Since the right hemisphere of the brain is responsible for creativity, it should come as no surprise that activating the right side of your brain helps develop your creative side. Specifically, chess hugely increases creativity.
  5. It improves your memory – It helps to increase the memory of the person since it activates both hemispheres of the brain and helps to reduce the risk of Alzheimer. It also helps to increase the memory power of the person.
  6. It increases problem-solving skills – A chess game is like one big puzzle that needs solving, and solving on the go because your opponent is constantly changing the parameters and the game plan.
  7. It improves concentration – Chess requires a lot of concentration and attention while playing. And if your concentration is drifted away from the game the penalty of this has to be paid with your lost game.
  8. It teaches planning and foresightedness – Chess is a game where we must keep our selves a step ahead of our opponent which requires a good foresight and planning. In this, we have to keep our moves always calculative and safe that others can’t beat us.

Chess is an exercise of infinite possibilities for the mind, one it develops mental abilities which can be used throughout life: concentration, critical thinking, abstract reasoning, problem-solving, pattern recognition, strategic planning, creativity, analysis, and evaluation, to name a
few.” –Edutech Chess

Exercise – As we do a workout for the whole body our mind also requires the attention so that it can also stay fit and healthy there are few exercises through which we can keep it healthy.

Exercise helps the mind to grow overall

  1. Test your recall. Make a list — of any items, things to do, or anything else that comes to mind — and memorize it. An hour later, see how many items you can recall. Make items on the list as challenging as possible for the greatest mental stimulation. While reading any para or any novel try to recall it later when you are not reading. It will help you to improve your recalling power.
  2. Let the music play. Learn to play a musical instrument or join a choir. Studies show that learning something new and complex over a longer period of time is ideal for the aging mind.
  3. Do math in your head – try to solve mathematical problemwithout the aid of pencil, paper, or computer; you can make this more difficult — and athletic — by walking at the same time.
  4. Take a cooking class.Learn how to cook a new cuisine. Cooking uses a number of senses: smell, touch, sight, and taste, which all involve different parts of the brain.
  5. Learn a foreign language.The listening and hearing involved stimulates the brain. What’s more, a rich vocabulary has been linked to a reduced risk for cognitive decline.
  6. Create word pictures.Visualize the spelling of a word in your head, then try and think of any other words that begin (or end) with the same two letters.
  7. Draw a map from memory.After returning home from visiting a new place, try to draw a map of the area; repeat this exercise each time you visit a new location.
  8. Challenge your taste buds.When eating, try to identify individual ingredients in your meal, including subtle herbs and spices.
  9. Refine your hand-eye abilities.Take up a new hobby that involves fine-motor skills, such as knitting, drawing, painting, assembling a puzzle, etc.
  10. Learn a new sport.Start doing an athletic exercise that utilizes both mind and body, such as yoga, golf, or tennis.

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