Hey! I came to this course waiting to read faster, become efficient, blah, blah, blah. But what I got, in between was not even triple of what I expected, it was much more. There were so many things that you said that just had me thinking for so long. I understood so many things about myself that I didn’t literally know existed in me. It was like I was living with all these qualities I had absolutely no idea about, life was just going on in fear and stress every day, and I thought that that’s how its supposed to be. And I kept living in that fear every day trying to be happy. I don’t know how to say it, but I was happy of course, but I wasn’t HAPPY. I cannot explain this feeling just like I cannot explain how important these two days have been for me. I came to know how everything is related and how through this PhotoReadingSystem I can understand so much about myself, which is a big, big, big bonus. I will not let these two days go waste and I’m so sure that these two days will definitely stay forever. A big, big thank you!!!
Hey, Connie, I came to your course seeking pieces of glass, but I instead I found a Diamond. Let me explain…. I had come to learn a faster version of speed-reading; instead I found the gateway to tapping the non-conscious mind, the 95% of mind, which knows. And books, instead of being sources of knowledge became merely tools to tap, bring out the knowledge that exists in the non conscious mind and also act as staircases to access the Universal Source of Knowledge.
When I first heard about PhotoReading I thought it was a mechanism or a technique for the mind. What I did not know is that this opens up my mind to my own prowess & capability,…without limitation, fear or judgment. It’s mind blowing how much the mind, the non conscious part of our mind already knows, if we only trust and look within for the answers. I can now devour multiple books every day and grab the “essence” of the script and receive the authentic message of the author without judgment. The adventure o f reading is now more joyous and engaging. Thank you Connie for introducing more than just PhotoReading, and for sharing this wisdom with me.