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Genius Intelligence works using mental training techniques to re-wire
your neurons, build glial cells and accelerate mental growth. The combination of techniques
and strategies allows our members' IQ to increase by more than 20 points over time.
Techniques utilise principles of cognitive science, neurobiology, psychology and NLP.
Techniques specifically access and draw forth the subconscious mind's powers.
Brain harmonics audio technology fine tunes your brainwave states for additional gains.
Unique targeting of multiple mental areas, supported by nutritional and behavior pointers.
Practise the techniques for 20-60 mins per day, 5 days per week. Changes are noticeable within days.

The latest findings in neuroscience, reveal that IQ is not fixed and can change. A person with an "average" IQ of 100 is only using part of their intellectual potential, like the illustration below, where only a limited A, B and C of their ability is accessed.

A person with a much higher IQ, say in the 150-160+ range, would be able to use areas A, B, C, D, E and F, giving them much higher intellectual capability.

This ability to use more relevant areas of the brain when it comes to doing mental tasks is exactly why some people are more intelligent than others. The more areas of the brain which you can access when doing mental tasks allows for more "brainpower" to be used. Our techniques target the plasticity of the brain with careful and precise exercises and change the whole wiring from the inside out so that these extra areas can be accessed.

The research shows that raw IQ can rise only when the right and precise stimulation is provided. Doing random things simply won't do. What we have done is made that precise stimulation (talked about below) fun and accessible for all. Our techniques are incredibly diverse, allowing members' to get intelligence gains in very specific mentla areas.

Some of our users have claimed to have raised their IQ's to over 160-170 with consistent and dedicated training over the long term. In any case, you can see our user testimonials for examples of results. Most people however find that an IQ of 140-150 suits them very well for a lot of life's challenges. The end result is that everyone feels happier, is able to boost productivity and achieve more of their goals.

Click here to start your journey to intellectual greatness. Or go to the features page to see the bonuses that membership gives.



We include thought efficiency techniques to give you a robust mindset, and to aid the development of laser-like thinking
Our unique exercises involve NLP-tailored visualisation, focus stimulation, memory-tasking and subconscious evokers for maximum mental gains

To increase your IQ and boost mental power, you need to train for it. Just as you train your muscles to grow bigger, you can train your brain as well. Our exercises target your thoughts and make them drastically more efficient. To do this, we use a combination of special visualisations, sensory techniques, focus primers and working memory enhancers. The scientific research shows that these types of specific and precise methods can contribute to your IQ. These methods change the way you think on a fundamental and unique level and are explained in full detail in our guide.

We also work to boost the connections to the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is more powerful than the "conscious" part of your mind and is responsible for many of your automatic mental functioning. Correcting its operation and making it more efficient gives increased mental power.

As the mind begins to improve its inter-connections, IQ ability will start to rise. You will feel and see the difference in your mental capacity within days.

The subconscious mind is unique. Those that are regarded as a "genius" are simply able to access more of their subconscious mind, allowing its power to shine through.

The subconscious mind itself is made up of billions of neurons and glial cells. By stimulating and increasing the level of connection you have to the subconscious mind, a huge increase in IQ and mental ability can be achieved.

We help you access the subconscious mind through specific memory and multi-tasking exercises. The combination use of this creates changes from deep within your mind, giving you powerful results within days of application.

The ultimate mental workout for your mind. Make your sessions as intense or as gentle as you would like

Develop new ways of thinking that reveal your inner genius and power


BrainTune® is a special sound for your mind. It fine tunes your brainwave states so that optimal states of mind can be achieved. The brain has many electrical impulses occurring within. By streamlining that process you can raise your mental powers hugely.

The way it works is through something called a "cortical frequency following response". The brain reacts to the pure sound frequency of the audios, putting you into optimal mental states.

To get this, listen to the audios for 30-60 minutes per day, 5 days per week. We recommend you stay mentally active when playing for best results. You can also use them alongside the training techniques in the guide for increased intensity. If you want to be a genius, or you want to increase your IQ passively and with minimal effort, the brain harmonics is definitely for you.

BrainTune® can be used in many different ways, such as to help study performance, memory boosting, grammar improvement, speed reading, comprehension, problem solving, focus rise, logic and everything else. It is a revolution for your mind and must be used to be believed....

Your brain will tick on like a fine swiss watch when used correctly. For students, listening for 30-60 mins per day, as you study, will allow you to memorise your information faster and cut down your learning time dramatically.

To get started using the audios and the guide, click here. You can view the bonuses you will get on the homepage.

This software program is designed to enhance your "working memory" which has a strong influence on your fluid intelligence, which determines your IQ. This is an intense mental workout which can push your mind to the limit. Our members can use this program in conjunction with their training schedules.

The way it works is you have a square moving around an interface, with its color changing on each position it moves to. You must click and select the matches when the colors are identical. The levels get progressively harder as more complex sequences and patterns need to be identified. This works your memory powerfully and only a true genius will be able to reach the higher levels.


Scientific research, neuroscience, neurology and this area of psychology is a huge area, and there is a significant body of literature investigating the effects of mental growth and intelligence manipulation. The articles below give basic information on the types of gain and academic research which has been conducted in relation to IQ and intelligence increase. We have used the latest research and applied it to our techniques. We also continually investigate and modify our techniques to suit the changing scientific landscape. That ensures you get the best, most sophisticated intelligence gains and mental improvements known to man.

We use the latest scientific developments for our techniques
We continually investigate and seek new research information to improve our guide and methods
We always consider your feedback and evolve our techniques to make them even more effective
Our techniques are used by top students and professionals all over the world

Increasing Fluid Intelligence Is 100% Possible
Dr Robert Sternberg, Professor of Psychology, Yale and Tufts University. USA.
Findings: Research has shown that testing IQ and intelligence quotient can fluctuate depending on various stimuli. The claim that IQ can't be increased as actually totally baseless, since improvements in fluid intelligence, which is the raw component of IQ, can be grown through working memory.
Full article here.
Endogenous control of waking brain rhythms induces neuroplasticity in humans. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2012

Professor John C. Rothwell, Department of Neurophysiology, Institute of Neurology, University College, London, UK.
Professor John H Gruzelier, President of the Society for Applied Neuroscience. Goldsmiths University, London, UK.
Dr. Tomas Ros, Postdoctoral Fellow. Lawson Research Institute. Western Ontario University, Canada.
Dr Diane Ruge, Research Fellow. Institute of Neurology, University College, London, UK
Findings: It was found through the research of the above academics that brainwave training can create permanent changes in the structure of the brain. Neurofeedback makes the brain more plastic and susceptible to change. This means that the brain can indeed change its structure, meaning IQ increase and enhanced mental ability is 100% possible when the right stimulation is provided.
Full article here.
Improving Fluid Intelligence With Training On Working Memory
Professor John Jonides, Weintraub Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, University Of Michigan, USA.
Professor Walter J. Perrig, Professor for Experimental Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Bern, Germany.
Dr Susanne Jaeggi, Research Fellow, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. University of Michigan, USA.
Dr Martin Buschkuehl, Research Fellow, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, University Of Michigan, USA.

Findings: Improving working memory can improve fluid intelligence, which is the technical name for raw IQ. This means that working your memory in a specific way, as we teach, can have a significant impact on your overall intelligence level. Their experiment used a special multi-tasking exercise which stimulated the brain in unique ways. We have harnessed this technique and made it even better.
Full article here
Can Nutritional Supplements Help Mentally Retarded Children To Improve IQ?
Dr. Ruth Harrell, Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA
Dr. Ruth Capp, Duke University, University Of Arizona Medical School, USA
Dr. Donald Davis, Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute, University Of Texas. USA.
Dr Donald Ravitz, University of Yale, USA.

Findings: It was shown that nutritional supplements can help improve mental performance, by fixing any nutritional deficiencies which can impair cognition. This study was geared towards children but the implications are applicable everywhere.
Full article here.
Can We Boost IQ's Of Dull Children? A Late Adoption Study
Dr. Michel Duyme, Neurogenetic Lab, University of Paris, France
Dr. Annick-Camille Dumaret, Loughborough University, UK.
Dr. Stanislaw Tomkiewicz, University Of Paris, France

Findings: It was found that specific exercises could bolster mental performance of children who had low IQ's. This shows that mental exercise can affect IQ
Full article here.
Training, Maturation And Genetic Influences On The Development Of Executive Attention
Professor Bruce McCandliss, Sackler Scholar, Professor of Psychology and Human Development, Cornell University, USA
Professor Michael Posner, Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences, University of Oregon
Dr Rosario Rueda, Department Of Psychology, University of Oregon, USA
Dr Mary Rothbart, Sackler Institute For Developmental Psychobiology, Cornell University, USA

Findings: It was found that basic and specific mental training exercises lead to improvements in multiple cognitive areas.
Full article here.
EEG Biofeedback Training For Attention Deficit Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities and Associated Conduct Problems
Dr. Siegfried Othmer, President of the Neurofeedback Division of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, USA.
Dr. Susan Othmer, Clinical Director EEG Institute, California, USA.
Dr Clifford Marks, Clinical Psychologist, USA

Findings: It was found that the average IQ improvement from using specific mental training exercises was 23 IQ points. An optimal and specific hertz frequency of training (as measured by the EEG) was also detected. This means that IQ can indeed be increased with the right stimulus.
Full article is here.

The aim of the above studies is to provide information on those interested in knowing more about how IQ increase and mental development has been researched and is continuing to be researched in the academic world.

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