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Hypnotism is one way to achieve accelerated learning and optimum mental performance, and to prime the mind for intense concentration – as many scientific studies have shown. The technique as been used by countless renowned figures spanning numerous fields of expertise.

Hypnotherapy in Bristol with Hypnotherapist Sarah Mortimer

Albert Einstein was known to do hypnosis sessions every afternoon. The German-born theoretical physicist’s great theory of relativity discovery entered his mind during one of those sessions, and he used the hypnotic trance state to develop many of his other theories and formulas.

American inventor Thomas Edison used hypnotism on a regular basis – self-hypnosis in fact.

In Britain, Princess Diana utilized hypnosis to improve her public speaking skills, while Sir Winston Churchill was given post-hypnotic suggestions so he could stave off tiredness and endure long periods without sleep throughout WW2.

Several great classical music composers were hypnotism devotees. They include Seigei Rachmaninoff who, after a post-hypnotic suggestion given by early hypnosis specialist Nikolai Dahl, composed his much loved Second Piano Concerto; Mozart also used hypnotism as a creative aid and his opera Cosi Fan Tutte was entirely composed in a hypnotic trance.

Mozart…an early adopter of hypnosis.

Nineteenth Century British poet Lord Alfred Tennyson was known to regularly write poems in a hypnotic state.

While writing the feature film screenplay of Rocky, the then-unknown Sylvester Stallone used self-hypnosis tapes to boost willpower and creativity. Later, during each day of filming Rocky, in 1975, Stallone worked with well-regarded hypnotherapist Gil Boyne to help ensure the movie would become the blockbuster it turned out to be.

Continuing with the boxing theme, in Mike Tyson’s 2013 autobiography Undisputed Truth, Tyson mentions how he used hypnotism and self-hypnotism throughout his career, and specifically before each fight. He partly attributes this to his success in becoming a two-time World Heavyweight champion.

Tyson cites French psychologist Émile Coué’s self-hynotism methods, including autosuggestion, as being amongst those he used.

Coué’s 1922 book Self-Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion is recommended further reading on the subject of self-hypnotism.

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Another famous athlete to use hypnosis for sports performance is Tiger Woods. The man who is arguably the greatest golf player of all time has been practicing hypnosis – both with a hypnotist and giving himself hypnotic suggestions – since his early teens. This period of his life was also when he started his extensive mental training with family friend and psychologist Dr. Jay Brunza.

Besides Tyson and Woods, another major sports star to have regularly used hypnosis during his career was Michael Jordan. The basketball legend was hypnotized before every game to enhance his mental focus. Furthermore, the entire Chicago Bulls team, which won six NBA championships during Jordan’s reign of supremacy in the 1990’s, incorporated hypnotherapy in their pregame routine to gain a psychological advantage over their opponents.

Jordan…hypnotized before games.

 

Subliminal education

Closely aligned with hypnosis are subliminal messages, which the latest research suggests may also have the potential to instruct the subconscious mind and access higher intelligence. Indeed, some hypnotists have been known to incorporate subliminal messages in hypnotic audio recordings made for clients or the public at large.

Subliminal messages – also known as subliminals – are probably more controversial and slightly less proven than hypnosis, however.

Subliminals are any sensory stimuli that occur below an individual’s threshold of conscious awareness. What this means is messages can be sent to your mind without you being aware of the fact.

Subliminal messaging is nothing new of course. The technique has been around at least since the advent of radio and television when subliminal advertising reared its ugly head, and by the late 20th Century a whole host of scientific studies had concluded subliminals were not remotely effective.

However, more recent studies have shown the reverse. Science may be beginning to show just how effective subliminals can be.

For example, new studies involving functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have revealed that subliminals activate crucial regions of the brain including the hippocampus, the amygdala, the primary visual cortex and the insular cortex.

 

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Our new release book GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ has been a regular visitor to Amazon’s Bestseller Lists since its recent publication, and it currently holds Amazon’s No.1 ranking in Experimental Education.

Co-authored by James & Lance Morcan with Foreword by Dr. Takaaki Musha, GENIUS INTELLIGENCE covers the following topics (in order):

1 Genius techniques of the elite

2 Polymaths and high-IQ individuals

3 Outrunning the conscious mind

4 Speed-reading

5 Brainwave entrainment

6 Sleep-learning

7 Brain gland activation

8 Polyglots and savants

9 Virtual reality

10 Superluminal particles

11 Ormus

12 Sensory deprivation

13 The high-IQ diet

14 Smart drugs

15 Meditation & Yoga

16 Midbrain activation

17 Hypnosis

18 Other genius methods

 

In Chapter 1 (Genius techniques of the elite) we reveal our thinking on education – both the mainstream variety and the secret, or hidden, variety only certain favored people have access to.

It has long been speculated that secret societies, mystery schools, intelligence agencies and other clandestine organizations have advanced learning methods superior to anything taught in even the most prestigious universities. Methods which are only ever taught to the chosen few – initiates who have all sworn an oath to keep the group’s syllabus in house and never reveal any of the teachings to outsiders.

On the rare occasions the public get wind of these types of advanced learning techniques – usually via information leaked to the Internet, sometimes via published books – they are seldom tested or given the attention they deserve and so largely remain in obscurity. One reason for this could be the advanced techniques are often not comprehensible because whoever is behind them has withheld the overall curriculum.

There’s many a tale of mysterious figures from secretive groups mastering skills, languages and even complex career paths so quickly that most would say it’s impossible.

But that opinion assumes we common people know of, or have access to, all the learning methods known to man.

If we are to assume there are superior learning methods not taught in our mainstream education system then this naturally leads to other questions.

What if your child’s top-notch education is actually a second-rate education?

Or, if you are a student, what if that professor you look up to is no mastermind, but just a tool of an inferior learning institution?

None of this is to disrespect formal education. It plays a vital role in society and the betterment of Mankind, and only a fool would doubt the importance of getting a good education.

Nor are we suggesting there isn’t the odd learning institution that teaches at least some accelerated learning techniques, although such establishments would probably exist on the fringes of mainstream education.

The Montessori system is possibly one such example as it allows children to have greater freedom of expression and to learn in playful and organic ways.

Successful alumni of the Montessori education system include Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, tennis champion Roger Federer and Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

 Roger Federer

Roger Federer…Montessori alumni

In general, however, accelerated learning methods are more likely to be found outside the modern education system.

Let’s face it, wherever in the world you go, real prodigies are the exception not the norm in the present system. Those rare individuals whom society labels as geniuses are almost always freaks of nature and are naturally gifted rather than being diligent students who became geniuses as a result of their education.

 

“I’ll be a genius and the world will admire me. Perhaps I’ll be despised and misunderstood, but I’ll be a genius, a great genius.” – Salvador Dalí. Written in his diary at the age of 16.

 

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