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Can the changes between old and new version be tabulated so we can understand what we get if we buy the new version?

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I would love to get the answer to this myself, is the cassette version junk? Or just the method of playback?

Is a three or four year old version of the CD's inferior?

Do you have to read the Photoreading book to use Photoreading?

Could you learn to Photread with just the book?

Is the book Natural Brilliance necessary for Photoreading to work?

I asked this in another post but never received an answer from an instructor but is the Photoreading Activator Paraliminal necessary for the Photoreading program to work?

I can understand constantly improving a course but does that sort of imply previous versions were faulty? Therefore maybe all courses should be sold with "all new updates" are a must have?

How about the Photoreading DVD's are they necessary for a quantum experience?

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Good questions.... I hope we get some official answer!

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If this has already been covered elsewhere could someone point me to that post?

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AlexK replied to this question to me by email:

The 5 steps of the system have changed and Postviewing expanded. Some people got stuck with the old format and through coaching we learned a few extra techniques that usually help them. So the new course has a lot more polish.

If you haven't succeeded with the previous course this one has significant changes that have helped others break through.

The old 5 steps
Prepare
Preview
PhotoRead
Activate
Rapid Read

The new course
Prepare
Preview
PhotoRead
Postview
Activate


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