How to Raise A Successful Child - The ONLY Thing You Need to Know

Did you know that your baby’s brain is the only organ not fully developed at birth? 90% of critical brain development happens in the 1st five years of your child’s life1 and this determines all of their adult behavior to follow.

In our society today, parents often only give love to their children as a reward for external achievement. We teach them ABCs and 123s, how to tie their shoes, how to eat with a spoon, and proudly check off each new milestone.

“We are never taught that our

words and actions

form powerful thought patterns (core beliefs) in our child’s brain that have permanent and lifelong repercussions.

For example, a kid who grows up in a household where parents repeated: “If you don’t get good grades in school, you’ll never have a good job” may grow up with the unconscious belief that they are not capable of having a great job or doesn’t deserve one because they didn’t do well in school.2

If we had the secret code on how to build strong neural connections that fill our child’s brain with loving thoughts and feelings that would benefit them for life, why wouldn’t we do that?

Prodigi Kids’ creations help parents build positive core beliefs in their child’s brain so they grow into adults who believe in themselves and their ability to create a happy and fulfilling life. We know the way and our role on the planet is to share it with you.

The way your child’s brain becomes wired in the 1st 3 years of life can make or break their entire adulthood

At birth, a baby’s brain is about a quarter the size of an adult brain. Incredibly, it doubles in size in the first year. It keeps growing to about 80% of adult size by age 3 and 90% – nearly full grown – by age 5.3 Recent brain research indicates that the first 5 years are the most critical because this is when 90% of your child’s brain architecture is physically formed. That development becomes the building blocks for significant intellectual, emotional and social abilities.4 They learn how to give and accept love. They learn confidence, security, and empathy. They learn to be curious and persistent.5 The quality of a child’s experiences in the first few years of life – positive or negative – shapes how their brain develops.6

According to the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University, "early experiences" affect the quality of brain architecture by establishing either a sturdy or a fragile foundation for all of the learning, health and behavior that follow.7 Just as a weak foundation compromises the quality and strength of a house, adverse experiences early in life can impair brain architecture with negative effects lasting into adulthood."8

The brain is the command center in the body. A newborn is born with all the brain cells (neurons) they need for life. Trillions of neurons are waiting to be wired in their mind. They are "infinite potential, unprogrammed circuits."9 The cells inside a baby’s brain fire electrical pulses once a minute. When neurons fire together, the target cells "ring" together. The target cells then release a flood of chemicals called trophic factors that strengthen the incipient connections. "Cells that fire together wire together,"10 and form your thoughts and feelings in your brain. - Newsweek

The connections (synapses) formed by these neurons is how the brain works. Brain connections enable us to move, think, communicate and do just about everything. In the first few years of life, more than 1 million new neural connections are formed every second.11 During this period of rapid development, sensory pathways like those for basic vision and hearing are the first to develop, followed by early language skills and higher cognitive functions.12

A baby wires together

emotional experiences

Early experiences are so powerful becuase “they can completely change the way a person turns out.13

What do you think wires together if the experience is negative? For example, you don’t return your baby’s toy with soft words and a smile. Instead, you are angry and your tone of voice reflects this. You’re mad that you have to pick up the toy that they dropped. This happens over and over again. A baby’s experiences determine whether a child grows up to be intelligent or dull, fearful or self-assured, articulate or tongue-tied. - Newsweek

By adulthood, the brain is crisscrossed with more than 100 billion neurons, each reaching out to thousands of others resulting in more than 100 trillion connections.14 

95% of adult behavior comes from core beliefs created in the early years

It’s critical for us parents to understand how subconscious beliefs are formed in our child’s brain and why it matters! Are you afraid of heights? Do you believe that money doesn’t grow on trees or that love hurts? Chances are those beliefs were instilled in you by your parents when your mind was still forming and unable to analyze it.

These core beliefs are formed from what we see, hear, and experience as a child. Core beliefs are held in the subconscious mind just outside of conscious awareness. They act as blueprint instructions determining your choices in life: the choice to enter into a healthy relationship or one where you are rejected on some level; the choice to go to the gym, but instead eat a whole bag of candy after; the choice to work at a job you hate or do what you love.

During a child’s early years, their critical thinking skills are not intact, and we don’t question the “mind programming” that takes place, often by adults with good intentions. Here’s another example. Let’s say you have a goal to improve your career. Yet, you had learning challenges growing up and formed the belief in your subconscious mind that you are not smart enough to accomplish what you want. This belief will subconsciously override any desire to go for what you want as an adult. Subconsciously you have already decided you are going to fail so you consciously choose not to follow through. When you repeat this over and over again, it is the result of a thought pattern of rejection that was formed in childhood.15

The belief that “I am not worthy” is the ultimate killer of your own self worth - your belief in yourself, your dreams, and your right to a happy life. It is the seed of self sabotage.

imagine how powerful you could become

if you were taught the belief “I am worthy”. You can give that power and freedom to your kids.”

Your baby’s brain is the ultimate sponge - If you say pigs fly, they do

A child’s subconscious mind is not something parents usually think about. The subconscious mind is 1,000,000 times more powerful than the conscious mind.16 95% of a person’s behavior comes from their subconscious programs17 created during the early years of life.

Until the age of 8, your child’s brain downloads massive amounts of data about the world and how it works without a filter.18 Everything is taken as true- literally. A baby believes everything they are told because the analytical part of their brain isn’t developed to reject what isn’t true. All statements go directly into their subconscious because their subconscious is all that’s operating then- as evidenced by a child’s slower brain waves. (More on this below)

Until age 8, brain frequency patterns are dominated by slower, theta waves, holding a child in a hypnagogic trance. This trance-like state allows everything that happens before birth through eight years of age to go directly into the subconscious, bypassing the conscious mind. In other words, at this age, the brain is only downloading data and the critical mind is not yet working. Your child is ‘programmed’ for their adult years during this phase of development, and this subconscious ‘programming’ runs 95% of their adult life.19

 "Younger children are especially vulnerable, accepting negative suggestions with the same energy as positive ones.They live in the world of the abstract and imagination. Their critical and rational thinking are not very developed. For this same reason, young children have a tendency to believe everything they are told (like believing in Santa Claus). If your child’s belief structure is one based largely on fear or lack of confidence, a feeling of rejection or inadequacy, the ensuing decisions made by their conscious mind will reflect these beliefs." - A Child's Subconscious Mind: How Parents Can Hurt or Help Their Kids20

As parents, we focus on nutrition and development goals. We read about what to expect in the first year and how to get more sleep and handle tantrums. We want to get everything right, but parents rarely invest the same care and interest into how their child’s mind works. Kids’ minds work very different from ours.21

Everything a child sees and hears comes together in the form of beliefs which then become

their core beliefs in adulthood

that they operate from.

Your child’s core beliefs determines their behavior and way of interpreting reality during adulthood.22

During your child’s early years, our beliefs as parents has a great impact on them: "Good girls are quiet. Boys do not cry. Your brother is smarter than you. You can’t do this. You will be a failure. You’re a bad kid…These types of statements go directly to their subconscious, because slower brain waves are the subconscious." - Mind Body Green "

If you have a positive, reassuring and empowering environment as a kid, then you’ll have similar beliefs (in your mind) about yourself and you’ll be healthy psychologically. But, for most of us, this is not the case. The psyche of most of us is "damaged" in one way or the other. A damaged psyche typically means a psyche that contains beliefs that are negative and limiting. Because most people’s home environment was negative and limiting, they grew up to believe that they’re not worthy".- Mind Body Green23

Prodigi Kids Helps Parents Build Positive Core Beliefs in Their Child’s Brain

So, how do we form a strong foundation in our child’s brain? According to the largest study of its kind, American Family Assets Study, the answer is nurturing. 24 Nurturing is about the way we love our children.25 Holding, cuddling and talking to a child stimulates brain growth and promotes emotional development.26 Children who feel loved do better in school, are more self-confident, have good self-esteem, are able to cope more easily with life's challenges,27 and share their unique gifts with the world.

Nurturing is a back and forth interaction between parents and their children that makes your child feel loved inside. These interactive moments are the building blocks of positive core beliefs in your child’s brain that are formed during their early years and carry for a lifetime.

Prodigi Kids’ creations create more loving moments between parents and their children with every single feature and detail. We spent years designing the Adi plate to make it the optimal tool for creating positive core beliefs in your child’s brain.

We invite you to read the Interact article where we reveal the secret of exactly how to create positive core beliefs in your baby’s brain. An inner belief that they are worthy of achieving anything their heart desires and to manifest it. 


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  • A Child's Subconscious Mind: How a Parents Can Hurt or Help Their Kids
  • Brain Development First Things First.Org
  • Center on the Developing Child Harvard University
  • Brain Development First Things First.Org
  • Center on the Developing Child Harvard University
  • Center on the Developing Child Harvard University
  • Your Child's Brain Newsweek
  • Your Child's Brain Newsweek
  • Center on the Developing Child Harvard University
  • Center on the Developing Child Harvard University
  • Your Child's Brain Newsweek
  • Your Child's Brain Newsweek
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  • Understanding the Conscious-Subconscious Mind Bruce Lipton PhD
  • Understanding the Conscious-Subconscious Mind Bruce Lipton PhD
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  • A Child's Subconscious Mind: How Parents Can Hurt or Help Their Kids
  • A Child's Subconscious Mind: How Parents Can Hurt or Help Their Kids
  • From the Subconscious Mind to the Conscious Mind
  • Mind Body Green Kim Ward PhD and Hilary Stokes PhD
  • This 2012 study is the longest longitudinal study of its kind. Led by Eugene C. Roehlkepartain PhD and conducted at the Minneapolis Search Institute, they spent 50 years looking into the strengths in young people’s lives, and the last 25 focused on developing assets they need to grow up successfully. They found that brain development in children is directly linked to the level of affection they receive.
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  • Facts for Life Global Child Development and Early Learning
  • Facts for Life Global Child Development and Early Learning