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#54166 07/17/00 10:36 AM
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I have noticed that on several replies and also in the home study course it mentions you should photoread at least 5 books per day.

Do you have to use 5 different books each day or would you still benefit by photoreading the same book over and over ???

I would be interested in anyones thoughts on this matter.

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Any way you want.

Also, try doing a week on one subject. Do astronomy, for example, and notice new twists to your dreams. Or, new metaphors showing up in your conversations. Or, new perspectives on your world.

Do Shakespeare for a week (including critical reviews, etc), and then sit down to read a play.

Do juicy romance novels for a week, and notice your internal states and sensations and emotions when your PhotoRead them. You may want to turn off as many outside distractions as you can.

And, for the heck of it, do a week's worth of books related to your job or career. The benefits might end up showing up in your pay check.



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