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#19267 01/06/01 07:40 AM
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Hi,

Has anyone tried out / had success with
/ heard of the shifting to left technique concerning the PhotoRead step?

Its used for gaining photographic memory of the material read.
It can be done in a couple of ways, e.g. shifting the book/paper to left.

(A friend of mine told me about it, originally this piece of information came from a very advanced photoreader.)

Pez






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Has anyone tried out / had success with / heard of the shifting to left technique concerning the PhotoRead step?

Its used for gaining photographic memory of the material read.
It can be done in a couple of ways, e.g. shifting the book/paper to left.


Hi Pez,

could you enlighten me/us and go a bit more into detail what that 'shifting left technique' is? Sounds interesting.

Thanks in advance,

Jens






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Hi Jens,


as far as I understood, it is a very simple and straight forward thing to do:
when you hold the book while you're PhotoReading, you normally have it right in front of you,

and for getting an exact photographic memory of the text/pages, you move the book to the left, and PhotoRead the text in that position.

(I just named what I heard of as shifting to left technique, I don't know whether it has a name of its own or not.)


I would be very interested in knowing
more about this myself. (Probably Pete and others are familiar with this.)

Maybe I should just try it right now, and see what results I can get!


Pia







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