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Blurred words in PhotoFocus
#87320 03/22/18 10:14 AM
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Hello there!
In one of other threads*, Pete Bissonette said "It is not necessary to see the words sharp
[while in PhotoFocus]. You are not using your foveal vision for PhotoReading, but rather
your peripheral vision." I would be ever so grateufl if he could explain that.
My extremely logic mind cannot imagine or believe that my subconscius could recognize,
understand, remember something that my eyes/conscius cannot actually see. Well, I see
furniture in my flat while my vision is concentrated on my thumb**, but that furniture is huge
compared to letters in a book, and I do not need to see the tiny details of that furniture
to avoid bumping into it.
Please, could you elaborate for me. I have trained almost daily for months and see a blip
page and stereograms without any problem now. It seems my lack of understanding or
my disbelief in blurred words keep me stuck now.
*) I am refering to the thread "The Blip Page" started 05/30/00 by BarryT, https://forums.
**) Paul Sheele's suggestion in the same thread.
Kindest regards,

Re: Blurred words in PhotoFocus
JoRinz #87326 03/22/18 10:44 PM
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See the PhotoReading book, photoreading step.

You're using your peripheral vision which triggers your preconscious processor.

If you're having problems, check step one of the system. It's the key that starts the system. If you're skipping that step you're hindering the success with the system.

Don't get stuck on the PhotoReading step. Do more activation.

For the record... I don't bother with the blip page, I just use the x-technique. See all the words on the page and flip. Whether they are blurred or not while flipping doesn't really matter as long as you're saying the chant and directing your mind to take it in.


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