Get Smart, Increase Brain Power with Mental Photography

Do you want Good Grades, Study Little, AND Have a Life?

This is an issue that presents itself time and again. Students of all ages benefit when they increase brain power. Since the subconscious mind is the doer, put it to work for you to allow you to excel, and make your life more enjoyable. Good clear mind techniques are the vehicle. Like a muscle, your mind becomes stronger. Even the power of thought over your obstacles becomes second nature.

It has been calculated you should study 2-3 hours for every hour you spend in class. That’s INSANE! But that is exactly what people do to achieve good grades in school. Why should we, the most advanced organisms on the planet be so ineffective at the one thing that sets above all other organisms – our ability to learn?

Just Imagine…

What if there was a way that you could cut your study time down to a mere fraction of what is required, get even better grades than before, have a life outside of school, and even enjoy going to school knowing it would be stress free and easy? What would you do to get it?
How serious are you about getting good grades?

A study was done back in the 1970s to find out what the ideal learning temperature is. The results of that research shows that we learn most effectively at 41 degrees Fahrenheit? The person that came up with that study, should be studied themselves. It’s excruciating – attempting to learn anything at that temperature. You are too busy trying to keep warm. I hope you can write with your mittens on.

While we are growing up and going through the rigors of what school means to us, we are constantly reminded that we need good (if not great) grades in school. But school is boring. Why are we still using methods of teaching from the 1800s in the school system of today? Sure there are some schools that teach outside of that forum, but most schools teach the same old way.

Bringing You Up to Speed…


Even into the 1950s you learned everything you needed to survive by 5th grade. After that, it was just extra. In the world of today, you cannot afford to stop learning – ever. The amount of information that we need, to be fluent in just one topic, is mind boggling. In 1995, over 1 million new books were written in that year. The amount of books written each year since has increased exponentially.

No wonder that students feel bored and unchallenged in school. There is a whole world of information out there and others want to deliver it to you as fast as you can take it in – the Internet. I remember when people programmed their own Commodore (PC). Now most PCs run in the Gigahertz range. Even though our mind is capable of assimilating information at these fantastic speeds, there is something getting in the way.

What is the constriction to this information flow? It is actually one of the first things that everyone is taught in school – READING. No wonder school is boring. Reading is at the heart of it all. All the while your mind is screaming out, “Give me more, I WANT IT!”
A Thought About Reading…

The general schooling systems ‘think’ they are doing a good job when it comes to ‘reading’. They think that because reading works for more than half of the children. So they pat each other on the back telling themselves how well they did. They are DELUSIONAL! When most people go to school, 50% is a FAILING grade. I guess they cannot abide by their own rules.

The Internal Dialog of a Student…

In Grade School it started. The typical parent / child conversation would go, “I just want to have fun. My friends are doing fun things, but I have to do homework. My parents say my grades aren’t good enough. I have trouble concentrating. School is boring.”

In High School, with a few more things we can be doing, but the dialog pretty much stays the same, “My friends are going out and having a fun time without me. I have to study too much to keep my grades up. I don’t have a social life. Why don’t the jocks need to study? If I study too much, I will be one of the geeks. If I do too well, nobody will like me. I want straight A’s, but I don’t want to work hard to get it. I want school to be easy and have fun with my friends.”

Finally, some of us go on to higher education. Our priorities have changed, we have taken on a pseudo-responsibility, but the internal dialog says, “And I thought high school was hard! I need to cheat just to keep my grades up. If my grades slide, I lose my student grant. How can I have a ‘life’ when all I do is go to class, study, and work to pay for what my tuition doesn’t? This sucks – I am so tired all of the time. Mom, can you wire me some money,…again? My social life is my computer. If I could only reduce my study time – I might have a life!” Thus reveals the life of another dysfunctional person.

Did you know…

Statistically, a college graduate will spend 4-5 years getting a degree, spending on the average $80,000 for the degree, and will only make an additional $130,000 OVER THEIR ENTIRE LIFETIME. That’s only an earning of $50,000 extra. Most will settle into a field that has nothing to do with their degree, and almost none of them will ever use most of the information they have learned during college. If you are putting several years of YOUR LIFE into a degree, it better pay off better than that!

You Can Change That…

Starting today, you could start using your natural abilities to Super-Excel at whatever you desire. These are abilities you are born with – so you never lose them. Abilities that when activated, will propel you as far as you want to go. Did you ever wonder why children are Pure Genius? They are information sponges! You can be too, if you set aside the idea that Reading is the only way you can get information.

Somebody played a Vicious Evil Trick on you when you went to school. Instead of allowing you to learn as you had always learned everything so effectively, they taught you to Read. They even convinced you to let go of that ‘old childish way of learning’ – Your Photographic Memory. (The photographic memory in children is known as the Eidetic Memory.)

Did you know that you can regain (rebuild) access to your photographic memory? When you were born, it was completely turned on. Well, it still is. You just don’t know how to access it anymore.

We Will Show You How.

I teach people how to regain the access to and from their Photographic Memory. I teach Mental Photography. The act of performing Mental Photography super-excites the mind and exercises the brain in phenomenal ways. It taps into and exercises all of the regions of the brain, including your naturally occurring photographic memory. Since we are dealing with information based material and exercises, the photographic memory becomes less elusive, a little more obvious, and contactable. Thus we get to begin experiencing it with various types of recall from there.

Now, you may have been watching a few too many movies on television, and saw Total Recall or Rainman, but that is not quite how this is in reality. Recall is Not expected to be like someone turned on the lights. Usually it starts in more subtle ways. Maybe you start reading a book you have Mentally Photographed and you FEEL you have read it before, like deja vu. You may find yourself in a conversation that you really know nothing about the topic, or so you thought, until you start streaming out statistical data, or precise information on the topic. Then you realize you Mentally Photographed a book on that subject.

These are only a couple of examples of what is possible when you start seeing the recall happen – and it grows, it gets better, and more reliable as you continue to use the Mental Photography and the recall methods that stimulate the recall to happen even more. Another thing – do you really think that your ‘conscious’ mind that has been defending reading for all those years is going to just “let it happen” if the light bulb suddenly does come on? You will most likely find a resounding NO! It’s simply the nature of the beast.

We prepare you for the growth curve that you need to take on. We have been teaching this a very long time, and we know the best way for our clients to gain results with the techniques. We have had over 30 years to know what works.

But, You're Cheating!

If you are a student, and one your acquaintances has carried over a photographic recall memory from their childhood. If they use that ability to pass tests in school, are they cheating? The answer is NO. If you learn how to use the same ability for yourself and use it to answer your tests, are you cheating? You may be surprised of your answer. The answer is still NO, because everyone has these abilities. They are natural. Therefore, it is not cheating. But it IS the Ultimate Edge.

So if you want to see what the subconscious mind power can do for you, if you want our mind techniques to release that huge ability you have, if you want to increase brain power and really make something of yourself, then you have come to the right place.
Study Easier Faster Smarter!
Great Things Happen!

Shannon Panzo, PhD
Mental Photography & Brain Management Expert

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