And there needs to be a list of suitable tricks for kids under 10 because I want to get involved in my lil sisters` learning but with the new idea's i have recently learned I don't even know where to star t.
Also, I think you guys should went more in depth about the proper learning process, u guys only gave 1 of example which was learning how to play piano keys.. I know there is plenty of answers on this forum but maybe add an example of learning languages just to make the idea of proper learning more clearly.
And for the Expand-Your-General Knowledge trick, i think it would be a great idea to incorporate photoreading in to that.. we could use the idea of rapid reading stuff you wouldn't normally choose to photoread
If you have any new tricks that would be cool but just basically i would say to break down more of the tricks by giving more examples and have like another Audio Session with the recent FAQ's.. oh and i just thought of something
Add Pictures! that would make it all more realistic im sure.
[This message has been edited by gelvecron (edited September 11, 2003).]
Also, I think that a course on remembering could have a section on how to forget. Most of us have things in our lives that we would like to forget - you know, broken hearts, embarrasing experiences from childhood.
I think also that more could be said on photographic memory. Granted, Vera says that a perfect memory is impossible, but there are people out there who have near perfect memories. I would like to understand more about that.
Originally posted by The Learninator:Also, I think that a course on remembering could have a section on how to forget. Most of us have things in our lives that we would like to forget - you know, broken hearts, embarrasing experiences from childhood.
I don't like the idea of just forgetting those things. Do you mean burying them? I'm trying to unearth more unpleasant experiences in order to solve them (using Sedona and/or EFT) rather than forgetting it. I think it's unhealthy just to forget.