I received an email from another graduate on some problems he encounter during PhotoReading . I would like to share them with you so that you can benefit from his questions too.
Here’s an excerpt of his email:
Problems encountered during PhotoReading:
1. How do I deal with the distractions when PhotoReading?
2. How can I absorb faster and remember what I studied?
3. What type of music is suitable for studying and relaxing?
Before you read the rest of this email, I request that you get into Alpha mind so that you can better absorb the tips I’ll be sharing with you.
One of the other graduates also asked about dealing with distractions. Remember what you focus on, expands. So, focus on PhotoReading by choosing to. You can do this with this: affirm what you want as you’re in Alpha ‘Outside noises that are unimportant to me will help me focus and PhotoRead even better.’
A relaxed state of mind helps accelerate absorption. So, getting into Alpha mind is one of the ways to relax too. When PhotoReading, stating your affirmations to yourself is also important as well.
Super-reading and dipping for answers to questions, even within the chapters in the textbook will help you remember what you study even better. The more active and purposeful you are, the greater your retention and ability to apply your knowledge.
Yes, you’re right that music is a great tool to help us relax and focus. As we spoke about in class, classical music – especially baroque music – is especially good for studying. Try Mozart, Bach…… You can purchase this genre of music in any music store or even over the internet.
Or you can try iMusic: