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The Einstein Factor [Paperback]

Win Wenger
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1 Aug 1996
"The Einstein Factor liberates mental abilities you didn’t know you had. I tried the techniques in the book and they paid off instantly. It’s almost scary."—Duncan Maxwell Anderson, senior editor, Success.
New research suggests that the superior achievements of famous thinkers may have been more the result of mental conditioning than genetic superiority. Now you can learn to condition your mind in the same way and improve your performance in virtually all aspects of mental ability, including memory, quickness, IQ, and learning capacity.
Intelligence pioneer Dr. Win Wenger has identified the tools you need to reach greater levels of sharpness, insight, and overall intelligence. Using Wenger’s Image Streaming technique, you learn to bypass inhibitions and access the hypernormal capabilities hidden in your own subconscious. Discover how you can:
·Improve your memory
·Read faster and learn more quickly
·Solve problems like a genius
·Score higher on tests
·Build self-esteem
·Induce a state of total creative absorption
·Access powerful subconscious insights through visualization
·Increase your intelligence
The Einstein Factor is your key to living an extraordinarily effective and creative life!

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  • Paperback: 332 pages
  • Publisher: Three Valleys Press (1 Aug 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 076150186X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761501862
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 13.9 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 195,618 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For anyone who loves to learn 30 Mar 2002
By J. A. Storey VINE VOICE
This book describes itself as a proven new method for increasing your intelligence. There have certainly been many years of experimentation, research and teaching behind the methods presented. If you like learning, then you'll probably love a book about learning, and this is no disappointment: plenty of practical techniques to try out and a guarantee, I would say, that even if your intelligence doesn't change, your intuition will definitely have improved for practising these methods.
Central to the book is the technique of "image streaming". The main idea behind this is that we all have a constant stream of images flowing out from our subconscious minds, but traditional education and upbringing has generally taught us to screen out these images. So successful has our screening become, many of us believe that we don't have such images at all, and cannot "visualise" with eyes closed. The authors however reassure us that everybody has these images. Image streaming is the way to kick-start and develop our awareness of them. One particularly effective part of this technique is to use your own voice as a kind of feedback loop to reinforce and solidify the process of visualisation. I was surprised at how well a rich, sensory, and vocal description added to the vividness of my images.
Having laid the foundations with this basic technique, it can them be put to practical use is all sorts of ways: re-examining your own past, solving problems, answering questions intuitively for yourself and others. The research behind the book shows in the scientific theorising behind these and other techniques although, very often, the authors have to conclude that they don't really know why these intuitive techniques work; they just do!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book argues convincingly that one's intelligence can be improved by using image streaming and other methods. Win Wenger has worked in the area of accelerated learning for 25 years before he wrote this book. My personal experience has convinced me that accelerated learning has significant credibility.

For example; during an MBA program I took back in the late 1980s I had a sixteen week Micro Economics class taught by Dr. Gertmenian (affectionately called Dr. G) who believed in accelerated learning. In those short sixteen weeks he taught us the basics of micro-economics, macro-economics, and spice it with religion, law and investing. It was one of the toughest, most fun sixteen weeks I have ever had.

Dr G. explained the faster one learns, the more is retained. I found this to be true in my own life on many occasions. When have little time on a subject of interest, we are much more focused on the things that really matter. Consequently, we retain the important points. And, our brains aren't cluttered with less significant issues.

The Einstein Factor Image provides a wealth of ideas on how to improve ones mental abilities using accelerated learning. It does this by providing compelling examples of how the geniuses of yesterday and today were/are able to do what they do by using methods such as image streaming.

Wenger's upbeat tone encourages everyone to tap into their genius potential. It makes this read insightful, powerful and encouraging.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars interesting read 3 Sep 1999
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The book has an interesting taking on both the physical and psychological aspects of his techniques of image streaming to improve the human intellect. I find this theory of image streaming to pole bridge the inner networks of brain cells to be reasonable, but skeptical about the explaination of the feedback loop theory (but i don't know much about the intricacies of the subconcious mind.)
The methods in the book has indeed been proven by the author. There are reports of the reinert experiments availble on the net. As for all the other techniques mentioned in the book such as photoreading i have also uncovered studys of it on the net.
For myself i found the book to be an interesting read. And since i started image streaming i've found that i now sometime spontaneously have flashes of visions even flashes of strange sensations of smelling things i've smelled in the past. I've found my dreams to be more vivid that it ever was. And i've develop deeper insights to my studys. I haven't taken a before and after iq test (i don't believe in iq testing methods anyway) but i've noticed changes in my ability to learn as well as notice things i've never thought about before. I will continue to experiment with this technique but i still wouldn't forego old fashion studying for an exam being more skeptical of the photoreading techniques.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Useful tools for brain building 24 Aug 1999
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Dr. Wenger's book provided me with a core technology, Image Streaming, for improving my creativity and problem solving skills. He also details several variations to use for different needs. I've used and benefited from the information in The Einstein Factor.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
can't stand the guy's voice very incoherent
Published 2 months ago by Lyndy
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting
Good, worth a try. The reading voice - sometimes hard to understand, not clear voice, you need to repeat a couple of times what he said precisely. Read more
Published on 15 July 2011 by Bogdan
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a sure thing, but worth a try!
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Published on 21 Mar 2010 by Jurgen Wolff
2.0 out of 5 stars Gave this to my Dad
Bought this thinking it would help with my studies but to be honest I didnt get further than the first few pages. Read more
Published on 24 July 2009 by A student
1.0 out of 5 stars Be Smart - DON'T buy this book.
OK, I will keep this short and simple. This book is a load of rubbish. It contains wild claims about improving your intelligence. Read more
Published on 18 May 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars The Einstein Factor
I'm facinated with all types of learning, memory, nlp, hypnotherapy and speed reading techniques but to be honest this was rubbish. Read more
Published on 14 Aug 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars A Supreme Introduction For Increasing Intelligence
This book contains a great deal of useful information on Increasing intelligence, and it's true, after just 15 minutes of image streaming practice each day, described in the book,... Read more
Published on 23 Oct 2002 by Simon
5.0 out of 5 stars Helps you understand not memorize.
What's this book about ? It about how you can understand things better by using certain techniques. Read more
Published on 24 Sep 2000
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent.
I have always been interested in intelligence. I have always been a wiz in school, I never study anything I guess I just have a good memory. Read more
Published on 26 Aug 1999
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