"HOW TO PASS EXAMS"
by Dominic O’Brien (World Memory Champion)
an Alphalearning Institute Graduate
Copyright 1995 Dominic O’Brien
First published in 1995 by HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING
The exciting work of the Alphalearning Institute
The implications of the technology that has been developed by the Alphalearning Institute in Switzerland are enormous.
I believe their work to be a major breakthrough in the evolution of human intelligence. And, I predict that by the turn of the century every school, college and university in the developed world will have access to this technology and that it will be a requirement of industry that its workforce use it.
THE LAWNMOWER MAN COMETH
Anyone who dismisses the film Lawnmower Man as pure science-
The following results collated from over 500 participants, are startling...
1. Learning speed is increased by 300 per cent -
2. Memory improved by 300 per cent -
3. Stress reduced, blood pressure down.
4. IQ increased by 10 to 30 per cent.
5. Reading speed increased from 250 to 750 w/min.
6. Student exam grades up by two levels, e.g. C to A.
The Institute runs a ‘brain training’ course which teaches the student how to tune into the brain’s alpha and theta waves, the ideal learning frequencies.
Normally, achieving an alpha frequency of nine hertz would require two to five years’ experience in meditation. Reaching seven hertz takes anything up to twenty years’ experience in meditation. Through Brainwave 1, however, a student can achieve nine Hz or less in just twelve minutes, and seven Hz within five to ten hours. As they put it at Alphalearning, ‘You no longer have to grow long hair, wear robes, sit on hard rocks or hire a guru; the computer is the new guru.’ Most remarkably, every single graduate retained, and in most cases improved, their brain control when tested a year later.
Brainwave 1 has been described as the ultimate state-
Apart from the obvious benefits that this technology offers in increased learning ability, one thing that wasn’t predicted was the dramatic effect it has had on a number of victims of brain damage. While it is premature to suggest that Brainwave 1 has the makings of a universal panacea, there is startling evidence of its apparent reversal of what was previously thought of as permanent brain damage. Take the case of Sofie
After the first twelve-