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#54008 10/02/00 03:07 PM
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Just a quick question......

In the homestudy course when you start photoreading you are supposed to sit up straight, legs uncrossed etc etc etc

In this forum Pete and others have photoread standing up ..... Is it possible to photoread in a comfy chair ie not sat up straight, with legs bunched up/underneath you etc ?? If not why not ?

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For shorter books, I've found my concentration is better while lying down. The problem is that I've never found a good way to position my arms to avoid fatigue.

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Such a position restricts energy flow. Best to keep your spine aligned.

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quote:
Originally posted by weight39doug:
Such a position restricts energy flow. Best to keep your spine aligned.

How about sitting in a chair with one leg crossed over the other with the book placed upon one's leg or lap?????


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Hello all,

What is being offered in the PR course are guidelines that have worked successfully for many. Debates and all can go on and on regarding standing, sitting, lying down etc... but remember guidelines offer a choice or starting point, but what matters is that you are 'comfortable' and can remain 'relaxed' during the entire process. So if one can achieve this while sitting, standing up or lying down ... then position becomes irrelevant. IMHO of course!

Humbily,

Michael Saikali


#54013 10/03/00 03:26 PM
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You have to remember that Paul has a backgroud in NLP. Physiology and keeping yourself in a peak state is stressed in NLP.
Personally, I have found that I perform better at everything that I do when I am in a peak state.

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"Emphasized in NLP" is probably a better choice.

After all, who wants to be "stressed in NLP?"


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I will have to photoread a thesaurus!

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