Absorb Information Faster and Retain It Longer with Mental Photography
Information… Fast and Forever…
The average person can read approximately 250 words per minute. At this moment, there are over 5 million articles on Wikipedia which translates to over 10 Billion words of information and knowledge. At the average reading rate, it would take around 371 years to read everything on Wikipedia, if that’s all you did.
Right now, you’re probably thinking that it’s impossible to read, and more importantly learn that amount of information. That is just not true! It is entirely possible to absorb and retain that about information – AND people have been doing this for the last 37 years.
As children we absorb vast amounts of information – not only do we learn the ‘mechanical’ things like walking, talking, eating etc, we also learn languages, spelling, mathematics and more.
Yet, as adults, we often find it difficult to even encompass absorbing that much information, and even with all the learning we have done (and continue to do), we only use up to 2% of our brains’ potential.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could continue to absorb information like we did as children? Well, the good news is – we can, by using Mental Photography techniques.
What is Mental Photography?
Mental Photography is a technique that allows you to create a strong link between the absorb and retain that about information. In creating this link, or bridge, you are unlocking the vast potential you have, to assimilate information at a much faster rate (possibly 100 times faster than the average reading speed) and retain it forever.
Most importantly however, Mental Photography opens the pathways to the parts of the brain that acts as a conduit to universal energies. This means that Mental Photography can be applied to more than just learning.
Mental Photography is a core part of the Brain Management) toolkit. Brain Management gives you the tools to take control of your life, as you have never experienced before.
Mental Photography was first founded in 1975 by Richard Welch (who is known as the “Father of Mental Photography”).
How does Mental Photography differ to ‘School Learning’?
When you were born, you had the innate ability to absorb huge amounts of information and knowledge – you didn’t need to know how to learn, you just did it naturally for first 5 years of your life.
”Reading” is taught in opposition to Mental Photography and once you learned to read, access to your innate ability was switched off. Reading uses a ‘slow, inefficient’ part of the brain and it does not work for everyone because it is NOT a natural ability.