Superlearning

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Delta/Confucian Press, Jan 15, 1979 - Education - 357 pages
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A revolutionary new system that lets you master facts, figures, sports skills, your health, psychic abilities--anything!--two to ten times faster than you ever thought passable. Remember almost anything you see or hear. Master sports skills with incredible ease. Solve problems while you sleep. Raise your grades and shorten your study hours. Learn languages with lightning speed. Turn your children into superlearners. Improve your health, reduce aches and pains. Succeed at anything you do with powerful new skills that help you makes the right decisions. And much, much more... Add undreamed-of dimensions to your abilities, using innovative, easy-to-follow techniques proved in worldwide studies.  Included are dozens of exercises that can turn potential into ultra-performance in almost every area of your life. From the Paperback edition.

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User Review  - Mahipal Lunia - Goodreads

a good introduction to the super learning methods from behind the iron curtain and the work of dr Lazanov made accessible for the first time in the west Read full review

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User Review  - O. Thurmond - Goodreads

Some iron curtain 'men w goats era of soviet learning enhancement techniques using baroque music to accelerate learning by influencing brainwaves. I remember being inspired in 1992 or so, esp.since I ... Read full review

Contents

Your Potential Quotient
3
JetSpeed Learning Takes Off in the West
43
What Makes Superlearning Tick?
62
Copyright

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About the author (1979)

Sheila Ostrander has published over a dozen books and her articles have appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. Lynn Schroeder is also a widely published author and has written a bestselling book on the United States Supreme Court. both authors have lectured worldwide, contributed material to several movies, and appeared on hundreds of TV and radio programs.

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