What is Midbrain?

Midbrain, also called mesencephalon, region of the developing vertebrate brain that is composed of the tectum and tegmentum. The midbrain serves important functions in motor movement, particularly movements of the eye, and in auditory and visual processing. It is located within the brainstem and between the two other developmental regions of the brain, the forebrain and the hindbrain; compared with those regions, the midbrain is relatively small.


Dr. Makoto Shichida who devoted more than 40 years of research into the functioning of the brain, actually uses the term “Interbrain” rather than midbrain. We will keep tp the use of the term Midbrain as this has been popularised by recent development.


What does Midbrain do?

In the human cerebrum, there is a section called the interbrain that lies between the left and right hemispheres. It is crucial to awaken at this so-called third brain in order to improve the capabilities of the brain. The interbrain, located at the centre of the cerebrum, links and consolidates the function of part of the brain. It also allows the work of each file of the brain to appear onto consciousness.

This interbrain acts as a sort of control tower of consciousness and is equipped with advanced intelligence. If a person develops his interbrain, he will acquire a memory that will allow him to never forget whatever he has seen a heard once.

The interbrain is in charge of the controlling the entire human organism including the viscera. The deep human consciousness controls the interbrain. Once you learn how to access the interbrain, you can become a super human. In order to awaken this part of the brain, it is necessary to stimulate a hormonal discharge by sending a special vibration.