Adult Learning & Sound Therapy
Learning can be a challenge as an adult when the brain isn’t firing as rapidly as it used to.
Memory gets a bit harder to activate, particularly the forming of new memory. As we get older, the neural plasticity of our brains isn’t quite as vibrant. For this reason, some adults shy away from learning or undertaking new study, finding it easier to stick with what they know.
However, in today’s world new studies and retraining are often a necessity, so keeping the brain up to par is essential for success.
How would it be if you could confidently embark on new studies, knowing you had the right support tools so your brain could easily step up to the challenge?
The fact is, any brain can learn new things and be stimulated to improve its efficiency, firing rate and retention. The plasticity of the brain makes this available, so learning new skills and information is possible at any age. It doesn’t have to be a struggle, as long as we can provide the brain with the fuel and stimulation it needs.
“I’ve always had bad concentration & memory. I also have what I call dyslexic hearing. People talk to me but I have no idea what they’re saying most times. It makes no sense to me & I just ...”
Madonna Schoonder, Sydney, Australia - Read More
Making learning easier
Sound Therapy offers a highly accessible, almost effortless tool for doing this. The brain thrives on stimulation. Dr Tomatis said that the brain needs three billion stimuli per second for at least four and a half hours per day to perform at its optimum level. The easiest and most effective way to do this, and to activate the pathways for learning, is with Sound Therapy.
Sound Therapy provides this unique effect because of the intensive high frequency sounds delivered through complex and richly layered classical music. No other form of stimulation has been found that would activate so many pathways for learning. This is why our listeners report finding Sound Therapy an absolutely essential support when returning to study.
“‘I undertook Sound Therapy when my son did the program and within three hours of listening to the music I was able to remember and hold three lines of text in my head for the first time in my life.
Jeanette McKay, Western Australia, Kinesiologist - Read More
People who had learning difficulties in childhood often have a hard journey getting through school and then finding work. If this is you, you will recognise your struggles when you read our pages on children. Many developmental and learning issues make school a real struggle for these children.
As an adult, you have found ways to manage, but may still be affected in day to day life. Difficulties with memory, spelling, literacy, numeracy or communication can all affect employment, work performance, advancement, relationships and self-esteem.
The good news is that it is not too late to benefit from Sound Therapy. Adults who have always struggled with learning and language find that even later in life, Sound Therapy is a great help. Using the program helps to reorganise the brain and makes language, thinking and memory easier. This means that everything we do becomes that little bit easier, removing much of the stress and embarrassment from life.
Rafaele Joudry’s book, Why Aren’t I Learning? has many examples of how children, and also adults, have been helped to overcome the effects of learning difficulties.
Adults who read the book often identify with the stories, and feel a great sense of relief. Many people with learning difficulties go through life feeling that no one understands them or really knows how much they struggle.
Listening to Sound Therapy is easy and enjoyable. It doesn’t require concentration or effort. You simply let the music play quietly through ear phones while you go about your day. The music gently and gradually improves the way the brain processes information, so you start finding things that were always very difficult, suddenly become easy!
Make an informed choice—get the eBook.
After 26 years in the Sound Therapy field, we really understand how the brain learns and what it means to be able to learn more easily. Every week we hear from our listeners thanking us for the assistance of Sound Therapy. Listeners have reported quite dramatic changes in their memory, concentration, thinking power and ability to take on new learning challenges.
If you would like to learn more in depth about how Sound Therapy helps adult learning, order Rafaele Joudry’s FREE eBook here and benefit from her decades of experience helping thousands of listeners with Sound Therapy.
Or call and speak to one of our qualified Sound Therapy consultants right away.
Start listening to Sound Therapy and increasing your learning ability today!