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Magic Number 8 Mandala is a form that is nice to the brain

Our thoughts and actions are not based only on logic. They come from many elements such as feelings and emotions.

What is most important is that our thoughts be “visual”. Humans think with their eyes and act with their eyes.

Let's convey how much a Mandala's thinking is good in an “intuitive” way.

■ A Mandala is a perception field

If we imagine [ standing ] on the Mandala's central cell, the surrounding cells are the spaces in the eight directions: in our front, our back, our left and right and the obliques. These 8 spaces are spaces that anyone can sense and acknowledge easily and can [ perceive ] and remember.

■ The brain's highest Working Memory value

The [ short-term memory ] that the brain uses is said to be [ 7±2 ], i.e. a maximum value of 9. A Mandala has a form that is made to fully use this short-term memory.

■ Repeat a fractal hierarchical structure

A Mandala opens its center in eight and keeps [ repeating ] indefinitely this by opening each of those eight cells in eight. As it [ doesn't change its form ], it makes it easy to form thoughts.

■ Eight: the goal is clear

As a Mandala has a clear goal to fill in the eight surrounding cells, it gives us motivation.

■ As there are as many as eight, we can try freely

As we can come up with as many as eight answers, you can relax and think, can't you? This is also an important know-how about thoughts.

■ It's in the brain's nature to want to fill in blanks

The brain gets motivated just by the fact that there are blanks. And as many as eight. But just eight.

■ Cells can be freely swapped through drag & drop

There is no need to think about the order when filling out. You can move cells anytime to change the sentence order or build up a procedure of 8 steps.

■ By freeing the brain like this, it can exert it's maximum power. That's how you use a Mandala.


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