New techniques to boost memory power

KATHMANDU: The study of Mind Power Learning System (MPLS) can help you increase

your memory power from 20 to 30 percent. Dr Nabal Pajiyar, an expert on increasing memory power, organised a five-day seminar recently on MPLS to help people to increase their memory power in the World Trade Centre, Kathmandu.

“Each individual’s brain consists of two symmetrical parts. All the storage for long term memory is done by the right side of the brain,” said Pajiyar. According to Pajiyar, the MPLS would teach participants how to store things one hears or knows in the right side of the brain. “If you utilise the mind in a proper way, you can remember things, however difficult they are, very easily,” Dr Pajiyar informed. A resident of Kapileshwor of Janakpur-16, Dhanusha, Dr Pajiyar is a physiotherapist who acquired his techniques in Jebiyar of India. Dr Pajiyar is also called the memory machine as he has the world’s most important events of the past 500 years on the tip of his tongue. He has already given training on MPLs in Singapore, Abudhabi and in different Indian towns about the MPLS.

“All the participants of my training have increased their memory power from 20 to 30 percent,” Dr Pajiyar claimed.