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The most competitive workers will be those who have mastered the metaskills, the basic skills, which empower them to learn new skills faster. Memory is the ultimate metaskill. Soviet psychiatrist Dr. Vladimir Raikov developed a method called artificial reincarnation in which he used deep hypnosis to make people Short summary, very thought provoking book about all of our potential. Vladimir Raikov developed a method called artificial reincarnation in which he used deep hypnosis to make people think that they had virtually become some great genius in history.

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The most competitive workers will be those who have mastered the metaskills, the basic skills, which empower them to learn new skills faster. Memory is the ultimate metaskill. Soviet psychiatrist Dr. Vladimir Raikov developed a method called artificial reincarnation in which he used deep hypnosis to make people Short summary, very thought provoking book about all of our potential.

Vladimir Raikov developed a method called artificial reincarnation in which he used deep hypnosis to make people think that they had virtually become some great genius in history. The reincarnated subjects could, under hypnosis, produce creations that were far superior to that which they had produced prior to their reincarnation.

Even after the sessions, the residual effects left a positive impact in their talents. The subject puts on a genius in imagination, and then debriefing back to self. This leaves a positive measurable impact on his creative talents. I like the exercises, and have incorporated some into my routine. Almost finished I like the Question Sandwich. I love questions and this allows me to explore with a purpose. I was especially impressed with the aquarium model the author proposed.

In this model the author supposed that we look at two TV monitors hooked up two cameras set at two different angles looking at a pond of fish. We would see two different images, and the positions of the fish seem distinct; we might even think they are two different pond of different fish.

In real life, we are looking through Great book. Signals have to be first translated into these senses for us to understand. This book contains many parts that are thought-provoking. I particularly like the part the author talked about photoreading because I am personally very interested in this subject is am training myself on this very skill.

When visual information are presented so fast that our left brain cannot handle, it goes directly to the subconscious mind, and this is the essence for photoreading, or rather the real technique mental photography I believe that the creator of photoreading Paul Scheele stealed the idea from Richard Welch.

Everything seems merging, and I am becoming clearer that subliminal messages do exist and we can use this phenomenon for good purposes like Zoxing mental photography. The idea is that at a relaxed state, your subconscious mind will bring up important things that your senses would normally filter out.

He gave an example of one of his trainees named Bob kept seeing a broken tire during one of the image streaming sessions. Had his girlfriend drive it on the road she could be killed. This example fits into my hypothesis that what we see in our peripheral vision enters the subliminal part of our mind while our view of focus goes to the visual cortex, the conscious mind.

During image streaming, your eyes are close and you shut down your senses, weak messages from the subliminal mind get a chance to surface.

This book also talked about dreams. What we feel in dreams or imaginations create the same emotions as real experiences this feature can easily be taken advantage of. During dreams, our senses are shut, but we still dream of somebody. The senses experience in dreams are different, they are most likely come from the subliminal mind.

Sometimes we can find the origin of our dream in our reality. I dream a lot and I can easily recall my dreams, it felt so real when I woke up; I felt as though I really experienced the stories happened in my dreams. I do believe dreams are meaningful. The relationship between the subliminal mind and dreams must be interesting. The author of the book Win Wenger mentioned many other things that are very profound.

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Maunris Photoreading is based on relaxed unconscious learning. The methods in the book has indeed been proven by the author. Win Wenger ; Richard Poe. Usually I would have been anxious, but since I had become familiar with some of the methods in the book I felt confident in my ability to learn before the einsein and to perform on the day. Seite 1 von 1 Zum Anfang Seite 1 von 1.

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