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IS isn't that much different from daydreaming. People do it everyday and an obvious fact if that is all it takes then the IQ's of the world would be pointless measuring.

Now I note an interesting point. You seemed to have thought you were converying your real question through complaining that you want to know whether debriefing is necessary.

Now it appears to me that you posts could have more politely simply have said.

Can someone explain what debriefing is.

You write your image stream down. You use a second method of conveying the images you recived from your image stream. If you write whilst image streaming then you talk about your image stream afterwards,

If you say your image stream to a tape recorder you "listen" to the recording and make notes.

If you had someone recording the image stream for you... you talk it over with them.

If you just image stream and don't do some sort of reflection on it afterwards.... you're just day dreaming.

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I think I get the picture now, so just I-S'ing is pointless because it will have no benefits (IQ or creativity). I've got to debrief - and I can make a mindmap because I use a dictaphone. I've to use half the time I used on my I-S'ing.

What do you do Alex?

I appreciate your response, thank you.








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Btw, why should anyone then I-S for just "the heck of it" ?






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Cremio,

Win Wenger discovered that most of the brain works in sensory images, and therefore most of our intelligence works in sensory images. These images are going on all the time, most of us just never pay attention to them. That is what Image Streaming is all about. These images can hold all sorts of insight and meaning and answers, if we pay attention and respond to them.

Itís an important first step to begin to notice these images, however, as Alex said when you simply notice them itís a lot like day-dreaming. The next step is to respond in some way. Speaking your Image Stream out loud is a way of responding to the details and therefore reinforce your perception of the images.

In the Genius Code Course, Win Wenger emphasizes the need for speaking your Image Stream out loud. Why? Because, hearing your own voice gives you instant and automatic feedback, which in turn guides you to discover more detail, and lead you to the significance of the experience. Remember, most of our brain works in images, but our conscious mind works in words. Speaking your images out loud connects and supports both of these parts of the brain, essential if you want to develop your conscious awareness of the messages (image, sensory details) your brain is expressing all the time.

The main thing is to relax. You havenít wasted time by Image Streaming without speaking aloud, why not decide to start from here on out? Further, by recording your descriptions into a tape recorder you can go back and explore your perceptions even more.

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Cremio,

Win Wenger discovered that most of the brain works in sensory images, and therefore most of our intelligence works in sensory images. These images are going on all the time, most of us just never pay attention to them. That is what Image Streaming is all about. These images can hold all sorts of insight and meaning and answers, if we pay attention and respond to them.

Itís an important first step to begin to notice these images, however, as Alex said when you simply notice them itís a lot like day-dreaming. The next step is to respond in some way. Speaking your Image Stream out loud is a way of responding to the details and therefore reinforce your perception of the images.

In the Genius Code Course, Win Wenger emphasizes the need for speaking your Image Stream out loud. Why? Because, hearing your own voice gives you instant and automatic feedback, which in turn guides you to discover more detail, and lead you to the significance of the experience. Remember, most of our brain works in images, but our conscious mind works in words. Speaking your images out loud connects and supports both of these parts of the brain, essential if you want to develop your conscious awareness of the messages (image, sensory details) your brain is expressing all the time.

The main thing is to relax. You havenít wasted time by Image Streaming without speaking aloud, why not decide to start from here on out? Further, by recording your descriptions into a tape recorder you can go back and explore your perceptions even more.

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I've been speaking them out loud all the time, maybe that is why I could not comprehend what Alex meant. I just assumed that when talking about I-S then the talking out loud is automatically integrated. Or am I wrong ?

My problem/question is: do I have to go further than I-S'ing and talking-out-loud to get IQ increase? Alex said that some sort of debriefing is necessary... Or did you think that I was only having images without talking-out-loud?
That is what I don't understand.

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You're doing it right! Absolutely by Image Streaming you can increase your creativity and intuition and intelligence. No one can tell you the exact point when your IQ increases if that's what concerns you the most. Just begin to notice differences in your awareness, ability to problem solve, be creative, etc. Sometimes it may be very subtle.

Just decide what you want. If you are looking for an answer, you need to pose a question.

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quote:
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You're doing it right! Absolutely by Image Streaming you can increase your creativity and intuition and intelligence. No one can tell you the exact point when your IQ increases if that's what concerns you the most. Just begin to notice differences in your awareness, ability to problem solve, be creative, etc. Sometimes it may be very subtle.

Just decide what you want. If you are looking for an answer, you need to pose a question.

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Well ok, but now I have found a quotation by Win Wenger (The step-by-step): "Then by interpreting and integrating such image-response data with our conscious thoughts, we build balance, improve our intellectual and observational strengths, and tap into creative problem-solving."

And what about this claim: "25 hours of Image-Streaming increases intelligence at an average rate of 20 "I.Q." points." <-- is debriefing included here ?

I hope you understand my concerns because I must be missing something... please help

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And to Alex:

Did you misunderstand me when I was talking about Image Streaming? Did you think that I was only having them inside my head without talking them out loud?






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Nope, debriefing comes after image streaming out loud. It's where you uncover the significance of what you image streamed.

Like I said if you don't want to ask questions or debrief that's up to you.

Of course if I were in your shoes I'd be posing the question "is it better for me to debrief my image stream" and running an image stream on that.

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Ok, but is debriefing necessary in relation to this quotation "25 hours of Image-Streaming increases intelligence at an average rate of 20 "I.Q." points."

Please just answer this simple question - yes or no. Thank you.

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