It’s all about the brain, right? All the different things you can store in it. Mental Photography is the vehicle.
In short, Mental Photography gives you the ability to utilize Loads of information, taking in 25 to 50,000 words per month to start with. It’s using your photographic memory. The upper limit, there doesn’t seem to be one. We end up taking in a lot more information than what we believe that we’re usually taking in. So this gives you plenty of opportunity to take in huge amounts of information.
What I’d like to do is take the opportunity to tell you a little bit about how this relates to reading speed reading and such, to give you a launching point as to what that really means. Now, keep in mind, we’re starting at 25 to 50,000 words per minute, your average reading speed, whenever you read something, is around 250 words per minute, give or take. The amount of information that you directly get from reading is about 50% immediately, wow. But then it plummets.
The reason why this has a huge fall off is because of this thing you have in your brain related to the short term memory called the hippocampus, the hippocampus acts as a leaky water glass. The more information you put into it, the more information leaks out, eventually, about 5% of the information gets transferred to the long term memory. This is where you actually feel that you’ve learned something. But have you really learned something if you’ve only gone through reading material one time, chances are you’re pretty sketchy at the material. This is why people have to really get into quizzing and going over the information time and time again, and reading, reading, reading.
Reading is a huge time waster simply to get up on the information that you’re supposed to have. You get 50% of material immediately, then it drops down to 5% of the material. And that’s what you’re left with, unless you really spend a lot of time beefing up your material. This is the reason why a lot of people cram for tests. A couple nights before they start cramming for a test, they won’t even sleep and they just cramming, cramming, cramming, cramming all night long. They will cram until the time that they’re entering the test.
Finally, they get in there and take their test. They pass it. And, what we used to say right after the test is you go out and “flush it”, because you don’t need to remember it anymore. You’ve just passed the test. So the name of the game is actually passing the test, and not actually knowing or using that information after the fact. That’s a big problem with testing. Memorizing, then forgetting… Typically, that is how we do things in our society today. So that’s really what happens with reading.
Now let’s take a look at speed reading. Well, the key thing with “speed reading” is you also have the word “reading” in there; which relates back to this relative concept of reading. With reading on speed reading… let’s say you start at 500 words per minute, maybe up to maybe up to 5000 words per minute. Hey, you’re doing so much better. Now, what is really interesting, and we’ll revisit this fact later on, even though you’re reading less words, because you’re hopping over heaps and heaps of material by doing this, even though you’re reading less words, your comprehension of the material immediately goes up another 15%, up to 65%. Well, that’s much better than reading.
There’s an old program that says, and this is what your reading teacher will say, “You must read every word verbatim to get the information”. How many times have you heard that? A bunch! That program actually interferes with things like speed reading, because speed reading, you know that you’re not reading everything verbatim; you’re skipping over most of it. Even through you have the stats to prove that speed reading is actually better than reading. This is the same reason why most people revert away from speed reading back to reading, usually within 90 days. Their mind thinks that they’re skimming and scanning over the information, so therefore, they’re not getting it. So they go back to reading back to the slow, sluggish way of doing things.
Speed reading, yes, you get the 65% immediately, but then about a week later, since reading has its attrition rate within 48 hours, speed reading gives you an attrition rate and about a week, and it too goes down, not as far as reading, but it goes down, say around 10 or 15%. That goes long term memory. Now keep in mind, they even though you’re speed reading, your speed reading has actually increased in your value as to what you’ve gotten from the material. And it’s delivering more to you overall. But yet we talk ourselves out of it. And we go back to the slow way you were doing things before.
Now, when it comes to Mental Photography… Mental Photography is a quantum leap above either one of these things. It goes 25,000 to 50,000 words per minute, this equates to turning pages at a rate of one turn per second, exposing you to two pages of information each second. That’s where we start. If you’re going any slower than that, forget it, you’re not doing Mental Photography, you’re doing something else.
Remember that thing called the hippocampus, the leaky water glass? Well, this information doesn’t go into the hippocampus at all. The information will go into your long term memory directly. That way, you get 100% of the information. So that is your retention – 100% of the information for the rest of your life. And it’s a matter of you’re just learning how to stimulate the recall that that information. And we give you some practical methods how to do that as well. The key thing is to do a lot of metal photography, whenever you’re doing a lot of metal photography, and retrain to how to use the photographic memory and actually get this information back 25,000 to 50,000 words per minute. You have 100% retention the information.
Whenever you’re going through the pages, you tend to miss pages each time at that speed. On average, you will get 77% of the pages the first time through. You’ve actually seen them the first time through. All you have to do as you go through the book three times over, you easily get into the 90 percentiles because you miss different pages each time. So your retention rate is going to be well and truly, at least 90% of the information by going through the book three times.
So what this is actually doing for you? Let’s put it into real world terms. If you’re reading a book, you’re going at less than one page, per minute, right? If you’re, if you’re Mentally Photographing a book, you can go through a 300 page book three times over in less than 10 minutes, and have that book for the rest of your life. Now, how long would it take you to read that same 300 page book? Probably a few hours?
Okay, depending on how complex it is. So we’re setting here in a wonderfully big library, and it reflects really what it’s all about when it comes to what you can really pack away in your mind; And there, there doesn’t seem to be any upper limit. I often have the question, “Is my brain going to explode with all this information?” No, it doesn’t. I’m physical proof of that.
Your brain just takes in more and more information, and you develop your brain more and more. The more that you use your photographic memory, what happens? You strengthen your brain in great ways.
Origin of Mental Photography…
Back in 1975 (some of you weren’t even born yet, Dr Richard Welch, my mentor, he went and invested in a speed reading company. That was after Evelyn Woods came out, she created speed reading, everybody was on the speed reading train, but there was an inherent problem in the system. Richard Welch was the type of person to take steps to make the system better. He asked questions that no one in the industry was willing to answer, and couldn’t answer. In speed reading, the big question is “What happens to the words that are no longer sub-vocalized?” He asked that one question. Before Evelyn Woods came along and invented speed reading, the only thing that anybody had been taught for the last couple 100 years was reading. So this is the way everybody learned and was expected to learn. If you did not learn how to read or did not have the capacity to or were unable to in some way, you were very well looked down upon.
What Richard Welch found out is that there was there were certain principles and speed reading, and the one question that wasn’t answered was what happens to the words that are no longer sub-vocalized? He set out to answer that one question, and he did. So he got together with some universities to conduct some studies. It was all privately funded, so he was able to keep things under wraps. And eventually this led to the discovery of Mental Photography.
It was found that at the rate of 25,000 words per minute, you can no longer sub-vocalize, which is a key thing when it comes to reading. You can no longer sub vocalize each word. In fact, you couldn’t sub-vocalize any words So you are literally taking Mental Photographs of full pages of information. That’s the photographic memory.
Today, we know that there’s a quantum signature that goes along with this as well, which leads to much higher abilities taking in additional information as well. But back then, quantum physics was a newer topic. And Mental Photography really wasn’t thought of in this way at that time. Let’s revisit this here. So Richard Welch, set out to find out what the question was in, in light of understanding what answered the question. The answer to the question is, the words that are not sub-vocalized are actually doing the job that information goes into your subconscious, and raises your ability. This is that extra 15%, which was discovered in speed reading. Because the stats were all there. And he was looking for why is this going up whenever you’re reading less words. And the truth is, is that extra 15% is based upon what you’re not reading.
The information goes into the subconscious directly, whenever you read, you’re in a mist, you initially only get 50% of the information. When you speed read, you get 65% of the information with a lot less effort. He was looking for why the extra 15% was there. And he made an assumption that it’s doing something within the subconscious. This is what led to discovery of Mental Photography. And it was, again, it was found out of 25,000 words per minute, you can no longer sub vocalize the words, and thus, you’re no longer doing anything associated with reading, it now becomes a different brain function, that utilizes your photographic memory.
Assimilate large volumes of information…
The most obvious thing with Mental Photography is dealing with large volumes of accurate information. And this is really key. Whenever you’re mentally photographing information, you’re getting that 100%. It’s going into your long term memory, you have it there for the rest of your life, you are dealing with information at a completely different level. Now, whenever we’re talking about the quantum physics aspect, Mental Photography is applied quantum physics.
Your mind is a fantastic device. It will allow you to pick up extra information that has been embedded into the reading. Whenever you have an author, and that author is an expert, whenever that person writes into that book, or creates that book, they spend a lot of time and energy thinking about what they are doing. That energy is then tagged along with whatever they’re writing.
This is why if you pick up some books, you can have two books look exactly the same, same pages, same dimensions, and everything else. You pick up one book, and it almost feels heavy. That’s a book that’s written by somebody who knows what they’re doing and it may take forever to read. And the other book when you pick it up, it can be almost the same information, everything, but you pick it up, and there’s no weight to it. So what’s wrong with this book? It’s plagiarized. You can you can actually tell the quality of the book this way through your mind being able to weigh the two. You can tell which one is real and which one is plagiarized.
There are places like Amazon that sell a lot of books. There are so many really, really good plagiarist out there. Yes, and Amazon is selling their books right along with everyone else’s books. Plagiarists are great marketers, because they don’t have to spend any time on the research. They just glue things together.
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Mental Photography is really your greatest brain exercise that you have available to you. It’s not only good for information, it is actually going to equip you with so much more of your own brain power to do anything that you want to do in your life better, easier, faster. It’s great. If you want to change occupations, or elevate yourself in your occupation. If you want to have a better relationship, have a wealthier life, or have a better lifestyle.
Read 100 books in a year. Not possible with reading. It is easily possible using Mental Photography. It makes it easy. You can be better at anything once you apply all that new information. Want to be better in your profession? Sure! Do you want to pass tests with ease? You can do that too. The uses are infinite.
Mentally Photographing Libraries…
I’ll give you one really bright, clear example. Now this client is professional with the Mental Photography; she was a legal secretary. Her job was to go down to the bankruptcy courts, in this case in Denver, for the state of state of Colorado. That’s like going into an airplane hanger, all these different files all over the place. And it’s just a daunting, daunting task. People get lost in there for days looking for a single piece of paper.
She spent a day, just going up and down through the aisles, Mentally Photographing the locations of all the files in the entire place, just one day. All she did was walk up and down the aisles, in the same way that we teach. From then on, within 15 minutes she could walk in, and walk straight up to it, get it and leave – all in 15 minutes. Even the people that have worked there for years and years couldn’t do what she could do. She can even find files that were misfiled in a box that it shouldn’t be in. That’s the quantum secret there. That’s the quantum information – the vibration, the frequency. Whenever you get really, really good at this, you can do remarkable things. You can find things that you really have no chance in finding without this ability.
Other clients have Mentally Photographed complete libraries.
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