Jun 4, 2010, 11:30 AM
West African Pranic Healing Foundation, The Gambia, on Saturday launched a book entitled ‘Traditional Practices in The Gambia and their Scientific Explanation’, authored by Srikanth Jois.
The official launching, held at the Pranic Healing Centre, brought together senior government officials from the Ministry of Education and community leaders.
Speaking at the launching, Basiru Mbenga, Principal Education Officer for Region One, said the West African Pranic Healing Foundation- The Gambia approached the Curriculum Research and Development Department and discussed the idea of introducing Master Choa Kok Super Brain Technique in schools.
According to him, there is a rising epidemic that many people are now being diagnosed with called Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
People with ADD, Hyperactive disorder, anxiety, depression, etc not only face difficulties in academic studies and work, but also have problems with interpersonal relationship, impulse control and general level of happiness.
The regional director explained that Dr Glenn Josep Mendoza, MD, MPH of
Both directors have seen significant improvement in learning capabilities and behaviour.
Mr Mbenga added that after receiving the approval from the Curriculum Research and Development Department, the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education introduced Super Brain Technique in lower and upper basic schools on 6 October 2009, since there was need for a pilot study to learn the pros and cons of super brain technique on Gambian pupils.
Other speakers on the occasion included Henry Jammeh and John P. Bojang, who both expressed similar sentiments.
The vote of thanks was delivered by Ajoba.