Learning Strategies Blog

Category: Genius Code

Staring at Goats

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 by Paul Scheele
The Men Who Stare at Goats shined a light on an unusual U.S. military program dubbed the New Earth Army, a secret team of paranormal soldiers. The nonfiction book, which inspired the movie, is about “Jedi Warriors” skilled in extrasensory perception who use their heightened abilities in experiments to spy at a distance and mentally […]

Tap the Power of Your Genius Mind

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 by Pete Bissonette
Winston Churchill once remarked that most people sooner or later stumble over truly great discoveries – never noticing. I wonder how many great discoveries, golden opportunities, and life-changing moments you have missed. The problem is most people rely on just the two percent of the mind that works in words – the conscious mind. Yet […]

Prime Your Mind for Success

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 by Paul Scheele
Have you ever found a product or service that offered the perfect solution to a problem you had and then caught yourself saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Perhaps the solution was so painfully obvious it elicited the proverbial “Duh!” and a quick jarring of your brain with the palm of your hand. Often […]

Tap the Wisdom of Your Cells

Saturday, September 7th, 2013 by Janie Solarski
Every cell in your body communicates in ways that can help alleviate pain and illness, enhance vitality, and achieve success in every area of your life. Best of all, you can facilitate this discussion yourself. Through “molecules of emotion,” our brain, glands, organs, and immune system are in constant communication, says Dr. Candace Pert in […]

Ways to decipher images from the Image Stream, including your dreams

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 by Win Wenger
When working with your Image Stream, which you learned about in our Genius Code personal learning course, or with your dreams, how can you learn to understand what the images mean? After all, the conscious verbal focus part of the brain, and the sensory-image-associating greater part of the brain we’re seeking to consult with speak […]

“Dear Learning Strategies”

Monday, September 19th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Dear Learning Strategies, I would like to thank you for being so fantastically great! Your vision and mission is truly commendable and effective.  I love that you combine so many areas of learning and life to a beautiful symphony of growth and expansion. I have been fortunate to participate in the PhotoReading Seminar in April […]

Practice Image Streaming to improve intuition

Monday, July 25th, 2011 by Paul Scheele
A good way to capture your intuitive insights is to outrun the editor function of the conscious mind with a process called Image Streaming. There are a number of techniques from brain development pioneer Win Wenger in our Genius Code personal learning course. Try this one: Relax, close your eyes, and imagine you are riding […]

Which courses have Paraliminals?

Thursday, April 7th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Paraliminals are part of most of our personal learning courses. They help you resolve common issues and integrate what you learn on a deeper level so that the benefits show up in your daily life. When we create a Paraliminal specifically for a course, we ask over and over, “What can we do to increase […]

The Masquerade Ball

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
At a masquerade ball in New Orleans last weekend, I snapped these photos that I thought you would enjoy. We had a blast! Here’s Paul Scheele, co-founder of Learning Strategies, and the brains behind our bestselling programs including PhotoReading, the Paraliminals, Genius Code, Abundance for Life, and Natural Brilliance. Chunyi Lin, creator of Spring Forest […]

Discovering the Obvious

Friday, May 7th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
The answer to what you are looking for is already right on the tip of your mind, if only you could get at it. Win Wenger, the beloved and ultra-brilliant co-author of Genius Code, gives you the solution in his extraordinary book, Discovering the Obvious. He gives step-by-easy-step directions that you can use in your […]

Thinking Visually

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Would you like to visualize better than you do? Try this technique. It is one of 24 taught in Genius Code to help you think visually. Afterimage Technique You will need a partner or, if you are working on your own, an audio recorder. Most computers and mobile devices would record just fine for this. […]

Use “surprise” to power the nonconscious

Monday, May 3rd, 2010 by Paul Scheele
A powerful way to solve specific problems and to discover answers to specific questions is: simply pose a question, then go into your Image Stream to see what it is saying in response. In the long run that may well be your preferred method, as it is for most of us who use the techniques […]

How to get greater accuracy in your Image Streaming

Friday, April 30th, 2010 by Win Wenger
The loud verbal-focused part of the brain thinks it knows better. Part of the region of the brain we seek to consult through Image Streaming, wants to please the conscious you. This twin effect can lead our answers astray. These tips will help you get greater accuracy when decoding that steady stream of messages coming […]

Did you do Image Streaming right?

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 by Win Wenger
It’s easy for the beginning Image Streamer to take shortcuts, but in doing so you may have skipped one provision or another that is crucial to the effects associated with Image Streaming. Use the following checklist to make certain that you get the full benefits of Image Streaming. Can you say the following? * I […]

Using Image Streaming at work

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Here at the office these past couple of months we’ve been using the Over-the-Wall procedure from Genius Code as a group process to get insights into new programs and products to explore for development.  This procedure lends itself well to group work within organizations—you might try it in your organization. Our question for the first […]

What is the Image Stream?

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 by Paul Scheele
You might wonder what evidence we have that your genius abilities are readily accessible. To illustrate one of the core tenants of Genius Code, play along with me on a quick mental exercise, a brief word association game. I’ll give you a word, then you say out loud any word that comes to mind. We’ll […]

Nonconscious Power: You are brighter than you think

Monday, April 19th, 2010 by Paul Scheele
Throughout history there have been men and women who somehow understood that when a person can respond better, faster, more accurately to the messages that life delivers, he or she has a distinct advantage over others who remain too narrowly focused or unaware or afraid to do anything other than conform to the status quo. […]

Expanded Brain Functioning

Monday, March 1st, 2010 by Paul Scheele
The human brain produces electrical frequencies. These waves of electrical energy can be measured in Hertz (Hz) or cycles per second (cps). The brain normally operates in a range of frequencies from 1 to 30-plus cps. We associate smaller frequency modes within the normal range with a variety of specific brain functions or capabilities. Similar […]