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« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2009, 08:15:21 AM »

Hi FrukC,

I havent put my kid in Shichida, since there is no school available here..

Regarding ESP, Let me find out then tell you.

I read in a blog, I dont remember which - a mom imagined a green color square / kid is able to find it out!!!.

Every day these kids start with a energy ball exercise: see below:

The ‘energy ball’ exercise is the first thing to do when we start Shichida class. “For the ‘energy ball’ exercise, the child is asked to rub his/her hands together until they are warm (place on cheeks to test) and then form a large imaginary ball, harnessing the energy from the universe. This is followed by medium ball and then a tiny energy ball that the child swallows that will bring into his/her body good energy and chases bad energy out. This is reinforced by affirmations that the child is happy, relaxed and attentive. The above routine should take about 3 minutes. ” Extracted from Shichida Parent website, provided by Lai Yin

But FrukC, if the child can simply know all the minds, but what is the point? child can know if the teacher prepares a exam question paper smile...but I dont think there is so much ESP taught to the kid... I shall find out n tell u...

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« Reply #16 on: October 16, 2009, 09:12:50 AM »

Thank you so much for the details you provided.
I was thinking about this during my insomnia night smile

I know rather well the background of energy ball because I practised chi gong for several years. Energy channels, points etc. It is really important and it works. After your posts, I will think more about this concerning my child.

Just now, I googled "guessing game children intuition training", and I found a link which is a little revolution for me.

I like to believe in telepathy, nlo's and clairvoyance - as fairy tales which have nothing common with science.  My husband supports everything I do with our child - but probably he will lough now. Let's see smile

I knew that children are geniuses in math and languages. 

Shichida says that they are also masters in
1.   Telepathy
2.   Clairvoyance
3.   Hand Reading
4.   Precogition

Here I will copy part of this text; I hope that I will not be banned because of long citation smile


Heightened Sensory Perception (HSP) – A Resonance Function


The right brain has 2 most important functions:

1.   Resonance
2.   Image Visualization

Using the resonance function, an unborn child can receive any information from outside the womb, and change the vibrations into images.

The Importance of HSP (Heightened Sensory Perception) Training Through Intuitive Games

HSP games have something in common, ie. using mental images or imagery. HSP is a right brain ability. To enable the right brain to function, it is important to visualize mental images CLEARLY.

Eg. for Telepathy mentioned in No. 1 below, it is important for you to clearly visualize the image in the area at your forehead, and then have your child sense it. If your hearts are calm, a duplicate image will spring up in your child’s mind, and he will be able to answer correctly.

Most mothers do not regard this kind of HSP training as important, and instead, emphasize stuffing the left brain with information. They consider their way to be orthodox and the cultivation of children’s right brain ability to be heretical. They are wrong. In the life mechanism of human beings, there is a new and higher mechanism that is waiting for us to wake up to it, and to evolve in leaps and bounds. We must become more aware of the right brain ability that humans possess. Right brain ability is the key to human evolution. The more right brain ability is used during infanthood, the more superior its development. Flashes of inspiration, intuition, creativity and deep sensitivity are all right brain activities.  Developing children’s HSP abilities means opening up a new way to a world beyond logic, a world of inspiration.


1.   Relaxation – Close eyes 1 minute or use Energy ball
(Babies not required to do this step)
2.   Deep Breathing (3x)
3.   Positive Statement/Praise/Image Story
4.   Start HSP games


        there are examples of cards but I can not copy them here


HSP Cards Game (formerly known as ESP Cards)

1.   Place 5 shape cards in a row (face up)
2.   Your child holds another set of 5 cards (face down)
3.   Let him/her place each card (face down) to correspond with what they think is the matching card in the upper row
4.   When he/she has placed all 5 cards, let him/her turn over the cards to check if the match.

This HSP game is the most essential among right brain training because it stimulates the most primitive ability that even unborn children have. Every little child can do this game. Every child from 0-6years old has this intuitive power. Please practise this often with your child.

Here is another example of beginning right-brain play with a child who already has the ability to visualize an image with his/her eyes closed:

1.   Think of a color and hold that image in your mind.
2.   Mentally send the image to your child.
3.   Your child will tell you what color he/she sees.
(Game can be reversed by asking your child to think of a color and sending to you)

With skill, children can often tell the parent what color and even the shape of the image that is sent. Children practise and develop these skills by beginning with colors, advancing to geometric shapes and then finally to more detailed objects. Children will often describe the smells and tastes of objects that are being projected to them as well as the visual clues.

7 Right Brain Senses or HSP Games (HSP-Higher Sensory Perception)

1.   Telepathy
2.   Clairvoyance
3.   Hand Reading
4.   Precogition
5.   Hearing
6.   Taste
7.   Smell

Below are examples of 4 types of HSP activities you can play with your child.


Telepathy is the ability to transfer thoughts. In the following games, your child will try to make a successful guess of what is visualized in your mind.

a)   Animal Cards

i)   2 sets of 5 cards, each containing pictures of animals like giraffe,
panda, elephant, bear or deer should be provided, 1 set for you and
1 set for your child.

ii)   5 cards should be lined up face up in front of your child and the other set of 5 cards lined up face down in front of you.

iii)   Take one of the cards in your hand, stare at it intensely until you see the image your mind. Then say, “From among your 5 cards, pick up the card that is same with the one in my hand now.”

iv)   Do this 5 times.

b)   Mind Reading

i)   Mother and child face each other.

ii)   Ask your child to guess what’s on your  mind. (Decide a category first eg. shape, color, animal, transportation vehicle, alphabet, etc.

Out of the five attempts, your child will probably do well to choose the correct card once, at first. With further practice, your child will succeed all 5 times.


Clairvoyance is the ability to make a successful guess of the identity of hidden things eg. cards, or to identify the color of balls in a box. It is different from telepathy. The child is being clairvoyant as the mother herself does not know the answer, so the child is not reading her mind.
a)   The Game of Identifying Cards

Line up 5 picture cards or game cards face down in front of your child and have him/her guess the card you point to.

b)   The Game of Guessing What’s In The Box

Put one ball out of a possible 5 colors – red, blue, yellow, white and black, into a box, and from the outside without touching the ball, through the use of clairvoyance, have your child guess the color of the ball.

c)   Matching Cards Memory Game

All cards are arranged in rows faced down. When it’s your child’s turn, ask him/her to open 2 matching cards. If he/she is successful, he/she can keep the cards, otherwise the cards are closed again. The player with the most cards wins.

d)   Blindfolded Game

When games (a) and (b) are done 100% successfully, try this blindfolded game. Have your child blindfolded and guess what object is being placed in front of him without him touching the object.

Alternatively, have your blindfolded child guess and point to where Japan, Australia, America, Russia, etc are on a map placed in front of him.

e)   Catch Mummy Game

When your child can guess what is placed in front, play the game of having him/her try to catch you while blindfolded. After your child is blindfolded, ask your child to catch you as move away from the place you were standing before to a new position.


These are games in which the child touches the object and guess what it is.

a)   Guessing The Color of the Ball Game

At one side of a completely sealed cardboard box, make a round hole just right for a hand holding a ball to be able to pass through. Place 5 different color balls inside the box. Let your child put his hand into the hole and guess without looking what color ball is in his hand before he draws it out.
At first, he’ll be doing well if he successfully guesses one. If this game is practiced daily for five minutes, he will be able to guess 100 correctly out of 100 attempts. When he is guessing the colors, it is important to keep him calm and relax so he can sense the color.

b)   Card Play

In front of your child, lay 10 cards face down. Have him touch each card one by one and guess the color of the cards. Animal or friends cards can be used as well.

c)   Game Of Guessing What Is Written On The Paper

On a piece of paper about 2 square centimeters, write one alphabet. Wrap it up into a little ball and hand it to your child. Ask him to put the paper ball to his ear, or tuck it under his arm-pit and guess what’s written on the paper.

Hand reading play is different from clairvoyance play in that the child is asked to touch the object with his hand and guess it. It is important to tell the child that if he keeps his heart calm, he will know the letter or symbol written on the paper as it will appear in the area in front of his special eye.


These are games to cultivate the ability to predict what is going to happen.

a)   Guessing The Weather Game

Have your child predict the next day’s weather.

b)   Guessing The Card Game

Have your child guess the order of the next day’s 5 cards and write his prediction down. The next day, mix the cards well and line them up face down. Let your child turn them over one by one and see if they agree with the order written down the day before.
Predictive power is the power in play eg. when your child says there’s going to be a phone call from Grandma, there will actually be one. Suggest to your child that what he is trying to guess about the future will be seen as an image by the special eye.

Why does your child need the precognition capability? If he has fore knowledge of a disaster, he can avoid it. In any business, it is necessary to forecast the future.

Precognition is the ability to understand the future with a concrete image that is more precise than intuition. Young children whose imaging capability is developed, use the precognition capability naturally.


Does anybody is practising this? I am curious and confused.

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« Reply #17 on: October 16, 2009, 09:50:07 AM »

Dear Frukc,
What a great post! anyway, what makes you confused since you have everything there. Curious...yes, I do understand cause you never practice and you never see the result.

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« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2009, 10:10:01 AM »

EQ_boshi    big grin

I have been practising some kind of guessing games with my friends. For example, there is a list of 4 items. I imagine one item and another person tries to guess. Success was 25% which is a normal probablility.

Or, there was a game with imagined wind. Four persons sitting in circle, one sitting in middle with closed eyes. One of persons in circle imagines that a strong wind comes from his side. Person in the middle has to guess, from which side comes the wind. Often, the result was right. We finished this game assured that intuition or telepathy exists. Later I told this story to my husband (doctor in  physics), he took a paper and calculated out the same thing - our success rate was the same as the probability. smile smile

I will believe it only after I will see it smile

now I am in the Malaysias Shichida parents website

maths flashcards including eye training

linking memory resources (including cards)

I want to share with you this wonderful text:


Linking Memory Flashcards

Your child's Right Brain has the ability to recall entire elements at a glance. Here's how you can use Linking Memory method to stimulate this ability:

For Babies:

Show 2 picture cards, eg. 'apple' and 'car'. Make up a story, eg. 'The apple jumped over the car'. Put the cards down. Once your child is able to tell or point to the correct cards when you ask, increase number of cards to 3, then 4 ensuring that they are always in the right order.

For 2yrs and above:

At this age your child is ready to memorize 50 cards per set in the correct order and something amazing will happen. He/She will be able to name the cards at a glance without the help of pictures. It is not necessary to show 50 individuals cards now. A chart of 50 pictures is fine. Either you or your child will point to the pictures as you read the storyline or while listening to the Linking Memory CD.

When my son was about 2 years old, I contemplated quitting Shichida classes. He had been in the program since 3 months old and we weren't seeing results. He wasn't even interested in 6 LM pictures but at 2yrs 3 mths, something miraculous happened. He could name all 50 pictures in Linking Memory Set 4 in the correct order without looking at the them. He went on to recite 150 pictures in LM Sets 4, 5 & 6 continuously 2 months later. That renewed my confidence in the system and thus I spent more time creating home practice materials.



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« Reply #19 on: October 16, 2009, 10:22:21 AM »

Thanks a lot for the sharing and I think this will be helpful for those parents who need to practice.

About the HSP. I do believe in right brain training, I know that, we we enter to certain wave length, we will be able to read others' mind or predict, but if you are not believing in this, then you will look at the percentage of possibility I think.
Anyway, do you practice this with your child?

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« Reply #20 on: October 16, 2009, 10:27:28 AM »

I will start tomorrow smilesmile and I will keep Brillkids community updated on my conclusions  big grin   big grin


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« Reply #21 on: October 16, 2009, 10:35:24 AM »

It's good!
This method is quite a good method, not only good for the kids as well as the parents or adults!
Keep it up!

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« Reply #22 on: October 16, 2009, 10:41:57 AM »

FrukC that was an amazing post!!! thanks for that..

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« Reply #23 on: October 16, 2009, 10:55:40 AM »

** Sleep talk positive affirmation suggestions:

Daily as soon as ur child sleeps suggest in a very low voice for just 3 minutes. talk to him about his inner potential, innate abilities, faith in God, and positive energy, and inner harmony and peace etc., One topic/day.

- you have an inner light, believe in that.
- open yourself to the inner light
- open your heart and you will find infinite potential there
- you cannot fall sick, you are good always.
- health and hygiene is important
- you will prosper for sure
- abundance flows to you
- you can attract good company
- you are wonderful
- all good is happening around you
- your heart is so wide, that it can encompass a universe

etc., the child starts believing in affirmations and that will be with the child all through life to help.

**Avoid any disharmony, negative words, harsh words, negative suggestions, bad news in tv, - till atleast child is 3 yr. After this child can never take any negative news in life even is he encounters.

** always smile and be cheerful with the child. the child should NEVER see a sad face.

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« Reply #25 on: October 19, 2009, 11:38:32 AM »

Thanks, Mirra,
what to say to sleeping child - this is a subject which I unsuccessfully tried to google smilesmile you helped me a lot smile

but about the guessing games again.
does anybody has a child who  can, for example, choose the correct card all 5 times? how long time this training took and how long-lasting was this skill?


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« Reply #26 on: October 19, 2009, 12:23:19 PM »

I read  a discussion somewhere here (unfortunately  I cannot find it right now) about affirmation words told to a child in sleep. And the conclusion was that these words should be said right at the moment when the child is really falling asleep but not sleeping yet. Because when falling asleep a child enters a natural alpha state and that there is no use to talk to him later when he is sound asleep. There is almost nothing to find on Internet on this subject. Does anyone knows more about the right time to give positive affirmation? Of course it is never too much and it does no harm if we say it to the sleeping child, but it would be good to know the best moment?

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« Reply #27 on: October 19, 2009, 12:37:26 PM »

there was information about this book
Sleep Talk: A Breakthrough Technique for Helping Your Child Cope With Stress and Thrive Through Difficult Transitions
by Lois V. Haddad (Author), Patricia Wilson (Author), Judith Searle (Author)

I am thinking, can this method be used for potty training?


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« Reply #28 on: October 19, 2009, 02:57:05 PM »

Do a search for sleep talking on the forum and you should get a couple of links.


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« Reply #29 on: October 19, 2009, 03:27:48 PM »

I am thinking, can this method be used for potty training?

Dear Frukc,

hahaha, I'm wondering about the same question too!!  big grin

To be honest, I'd tried this method for my dd potty training too, unfortunately the result is not as good. However, she can hold on a bit longer than before, just wondering could it because she is growing up at the same time? blink

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