PhotoReading Whole Mind System
study course & book)
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Four: The Differences
In terms of
content, there are several differences between the four methods
of learning the Photoreading Whole Mind System.
The least complete
resource also happens to be the one that I recommend to many visitors
to my website -- Paul’s collaboration with Win Wenger entitled
Genius Code. In it, you will be
led primarily through Direct Learning, in which you photoread several
books at a time and only spend time activating the material once
through a timeline exercise. All other activation is set to occur
that I recommend this for so many people is that most of my website
visitors’ reading lists are primarily self-development or
skill-based reading, which are ideal applications for Direct Learning.
The other steps and applications of photoreading will still be available
at a later time if they wish to step up to the next level and take
the full course, but with Genius Code,
you get much more than photoreading.
method, which is most represented in this review, is the home study
course. Here, you get much more hands-on time with Paul as your
guide, plus a few additional materials that aren’t available
in the book, including the aforementioned articles, the star of
wonder exercise, a paraliminal tape, a more.
the seminar. The biggest advantage of the seminar is time. It may
be the fastest way to learn for most people because it is the most
intensive and comprehensive learning experience that Learning Strategies
What you get
is a focused room with people of similar goals to share the learning
experience. It also includes a much longer manual. And this time,
the hands-on experience is the in the presence of a more experienced
photoreader, which can be an additional asset if you are into modeling.
method, and a great compliment to the home study courses, is the
book itself. Here, you get the bird’s eye view of the process
along with a lot of a textual information on Direct Learning, Syntopic
Reading, and more activation methods than the Genius
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