PhotoReading Whole Mind System
study course & book)
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through material at a page a second!!”
“Read at 15,000 to 70,000 words per minute with 75% comprehension!!”
exciting, doesn't it? Almost too good to be true?
of the biggest claims in the field of accelerated learning was made
nearly 20 years ago by Paul Scheele - that you can effectively learn
to read by taking second-long mental photographs of each page. And
I’ll admit that the first time I heard of this (several years
ago), I immediately dismissed it as impossible.
when I decided to investigate a little further, what I found was
a mixture of pure brilliance and slight exaggeration. But ultimately,
it is the most useful reading system for the 21st century.
there are four routes to learning photoreading provided by Learning
oldest and most expensive is the live seminar held in various
locations throughout the US and the world.
second, and cheapest, is the Photoreading book itself
The third is the home study course – a collection of eight
tapes, two books, plus written materials that cover most of the
And the newest addition to the mix, the Genius Code, a collaboration
by Paul Scheele and Win Wenger (reviewed
this review, I’ll walk through the home study course. Then,
later in the review, I’ll explain the differences between
it and the other routes.
most home study courses, the Photoreading course starts off with
an lengthy introduction designed to open your eyes to the possibilities
of the techniques you are about to learn and to propel you forward.
after the introduction, you are taken through a quick n’ dirty
photoreading experience by photoreading the dictionary and trying
to “recall” the locations of words on the page.
I’m not sure if this does more harm than good. While it immediately
gives the student some experience in the photoreading step (which
most likely is why you buy the course in the first place), many
must really take a leap of faith and might get discouraged if their
results are nothing better than pure random guessing.
Paul’s defense, he does warn listeners that it may be too
soon for some to try this little experiment…so I’ll
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