"Sometimes I think Sujari must have played a cello in another lifetime."
Sujari Britt, 11 year old, was complimented by her cello tutor. She has been called the reincarnated J.S. Bach for as long as she started playing.
With her incredible performance, she continue to defy the odds despite her learning disorder.
When she was born, she was diagnosed with a brain disorder. Her brain was underdeveloped, and was announced to suffer from intellectual disability by the doctors, which would cause decreased ability to learn and function in daily life, problem with speech and more.
During her babyhood, Sujari kept crying day and night. She was unable to learn to speak when she was 2.
Hoping that Sujari had a normal childhood experience. Her parents sent her to preschool when she was 3 years old.
Sujari had a lot of meltdowns at the preschool. But the teachers couldn't understand her as she was unable to talk. She was always distracted and was unable to memorize things.
The class was often in a mess due to her disrupting behavior. A few months later, Sujari was politely asked to be withdrawn.
Despite the hardship, her parents did not give up on her.
Persistently, her parents put their whole hearts into finding ways to help her. Including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), social skills training, coupled with prescribed medication and supplements. But none of them worked.
But one day, things began to change.
When Sujaris father was playing the piano, her mother noticed that Sujari was surprisingly calm. She thought that music could help Sujari.
Her father started giving her piano lessons, and she was surprisingly good at it.
One day, Sujari came across Yo-Yo Ma, a professional cellist. She immediately fell in love with it.
"And then I heard Yo-Yo Ma playing Camille Saint-Saëns' The Swan."
"And I simply fell in love with it. That was just I want to play the instrument."
Seeing how Sujari had such passion for it, her parents bought her a cello, and decided to enroll her in cello lessons.
She learned very quickly after a few lessons, and even started to learn to talk slowly. They were mesmerized by how fast Sujari picked up the cello. Even the cello teacher, Mrs. Feldman couldn't believe it.
"Sujari is playing materials that normally I would not give to a student."
"Marin Feldman is like my cello mother event hough she's really my teacher."
"She really pushes me hard and I know it's for the greater good."
"And I really enjoy my lessons."
Sujari's musical abilities grew in an amazing speed. At age 7, she performed at the White House for President Obama.
Amazed by her incredible talent, Sujari's parents took her to see their family doctor in search for answers.
The doctor was stumped by Sujari's progress. Out of his depths, he referred Sujari to a neuroscience researcher.
Dr. Holland is the best in his field and has 30 years experience researching brain.
Initially, he suspected Sujari's father's music playing stimulated her brain abilities. But after a house visit, Dr. Holland found the unexpected answer.
It was the scent of Canex™.
Sujari's mother loved the smell of Ylang Ylang and diffused it all over her husband's music room.
Ylang Ylang is a rare and fragrant flower native to Madagascar.
"Scent is the most effective way to stimulate the brain."
"A typical scent triggers up to 187 olfactory receptors."
"However, Canex™'s unique scent can trigger up to 565 olfactory receptors."
"What's more, it has the ability to reach the brain within 22 seconds!"
"Imagine bypassing a congested road."
"Canex™ can help creating an efficient traffic in the frontal lobes."
"Leading to improved memory, problem solving skill and mental clarity."
Sujari was quickly put on a clinical trial with Canex™.
To Dr. Holland's surprise, he found out that in just one week of exposure to Canex™, Sujari's brain performance had increased by 5%.
"Research has always shown that our brain ability is determined by the age of 5."
"But our clinical trial with Canex™ has brought an amazing new understanding."
"With intensive olfactory stimulation."
"It is possible to boost brain performance at all age."
Sujari's incredible development continued to amazed everyone. At 10, she had a recital at the Manhattan School of Music.
She performed Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto. One of the most difficult cello pieces ever composed effortlessly.
"It is very very very difficult for cellist become a musician as a soloist."
"You have to be really exceptional."
"And Sujari is definitely that person. She ahs that capability"
"My goal is to become a professional soloist."
"I'll do everything that's possible you know."
"When you get out there. You do your best. That's all you need to do."
Sujari's story has inspired many others that no one is too dumb or old to learn.
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