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The Einstein Factor: A Proven New Method for Increasing Your Intelligence Paperback – October 18, 1995
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New research suggests that the superior achievements of famous thinkers may have been more the result of mental conditioning than genetic superiority. Now you can learn to condition your mind in the same way and improve your performance in virtually all aspects of mental ability, including memory, quickness, IQ, and learning capacity.
Intelligence pioneer Dr. Win Wenger has identified the tools you need to reach greater levels of sharpness, insight, and overall intelligence. Using Wenger's Image Streaming technique, you learn to bypass inhibitions and access the hypernormal capabilities hidden in your own subconscious. Discover how you can:
-Improve your memory
-Read faster and learn more quickly
-Solve problems like a genius
-Score higher on tests
-Induce a state of total creative absorption
-Access powerful subconscious insights through visualization
-Increase your intelligence
"The Einstein Factor is your key to living an extraordinarily effective and creative life!
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Photoreading is based on relaxed unconscious learning. It is so powerful that when reading through copious amounts of academic texts I merely flick through the pages, without focusing on the words on the page. eye with no conscious effort on my part. I kid you not. It took me a bit of time to realise this and I'm still learning to confine myself to reading only the bits that this intuition leads me to, but I'm getting there. subtle in their effects.Read more ›
The reason this book is called the Einstein Factor is because of the notion of how Einstein developed his intelligence. Einstein as many people have heard was dyslectic. People who knew him as a child assumed he would never amount to anything. At the age of 16, while he was sitting in class, he thought about what it would be like to ride on a beam of light. He then pondered what would happen if he put a mirror in front of his face - would he see a reflection? This thought/idea is what apparently accelerated Einstein into his genius. Over the next 10 years Einstein contemplated this idea using methods apparently such as Image Streaming. He was heralded as a genius when he was 26 so the process wasn't overnight, but going from a dyslecsic/"retarded" state of mind to genius is quite a leap and that is what Dr. Wenger is trying to show the reader.Read more ›
As I have gone through and practiced some of the concepts such as "Image Streaming", "Freenoting" and "PhotoReading" I have found that indeed, my subconscious thoughts and memories have indeed started to surface when I need them most. This is from one week of practicing. I have also found my self-awareness and skills of observation have additionally been improved. This book is a guide that aids people in improving their overall mental performance and creativity, and experiencing the rise in confidence and self esteem. The melding of the "Socratic Method" of thought and the visualization techniques indeed has some great side effects. I find that my intuitive processes that always guided me to my right answer in any situation, are sharper, faster and have surfaced more often. I also understand why I have felt far less creative over the past number of years, and even why I was an average academic achiever regardless of the fact that I had scored over 140 on IQ tests as a child, and was always in the top 1% of children on accumulative learning tests. This is also a great book to own if you have, or are planning to have children in the near future and want your kids to be creative and happy, without using knowledge force feeding/funneling techniques pervasive in today's academic/learning environments. It will keep them from feeling the lack of self-esteem symptomatic of poor academic performance.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Read this book when I was young student. The information is a bit old school; however, I have been covering it 1 section at a time with my young one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Johann Cohen
I'm not a good student. Never was. Anything which helps me retain information without having to go over it several times, is worth the few dollars. This is worth it.Published 8 months ago by The Disgruntled Vet
I thought it was very good and agree completely with the concepts here. The increased ability happens over time and a lot of practice, it is not instant. Read morePublished 17 months ago by G. Unger
Not crazy about this yet. It will take sometime to go through to tell. A very slow process.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer