As a result of parallel processing skills, children can learn arithmetic, reading and social science at the same time. While studying arithmetic, they can unconsciously learn other subjects.
As they can manage their time, they make full use of their ability even in a short period such as during an examination.
This time management ability allows them to feel that time passes more slowly and to move more quickly (for instance 1 second will feel as if it is 10 seconds) than normal people when they play sport.
They are able to memorise most of a 1,000-page medical textbook in English after reading it only 2 or 3 times.
A high school girl finished her study in 40 minutes, something which used to take her 5 hours.
A sixth-year primary school boy memorised 7 textbooks from a major preparatory school in 2 days. Later he passed the entrance exam for Tokyo University without attending any preparatory school.
Heguru completed “Hado Reading” in 1997, which was featured in the TBS television programme “Unnan’s Real Places”.
This was broadcast all over Japan on March 3rd, 1999 and thus it came to the attention of the outside world.
Heguru promotion movie (4:02)
Introduce Heguru program (6:36)