26 May 1997
An Emphatic Recapitulation and Summary
On your screen at
this moment, and potentially in your printer, may
well be some of the most valuable information you have ever handled in
your life. You don't need to buy anything in order to
benefit hugely from what you find in this brief. Our own motivation in
giving you freely such extraordinary information? --Our belief that if
many people begin seeing with their own eyes,
thinking and perceiving for themselves first hand, a lot of the problems
and difficulties around us all will be resolved.....
Thus far on Winsights you have learned how to:
- Become more effective with yourself, with others, and
- Pay less tuition for the lessons of life ("Nature is a
rather severe teacher -- first comes the test, then the
- Experience more satisfying richnesses of perception,
understanding and meaning than you ever dreamed were possible....
Pay attention to your own perceptions; and respond to
or act upon your own perceptions, even if and especially when they differ
from what you expect to be seeing.
Our culture has raised us to be sheep. Even though you may
think you are pretty observant, you'll be amazed at what you start
noticing when you start to look for yourself, instead of settling for what
everyone around you believes. Some of the ways Project Renaissance shares
openly, by means of which to make yourself far more richly observant and
effective and aware, are:
* Portable Memory Bank - carry around, and use,
a notepad, index card, postits, even a pocket tape recorder, to
capture and reinforce having each idea or thought or observation. Each
one you capture, reinforces and sharpens your faculties and each of
the hundreds you're always letting slip away unnoticed, dulls your
* Sidebands-of-Awareness: quick-capture
techniques. Have a friend ask you, at unexpected intervals suddenly,
"what was in your awareness just THEN?" Use that to describe to
your friend everything that was in your awareness or on the edges of
it besides the main thing you were tending to at that moment. You'll
be surprised, after several of these, to discover that you have
dozens, actually hundreds, of parallel semi-independent streams of
thought and awareness going on some of them trivial but some of them
far richer than what was immediately in your consciousness. It has to
be suddenly and by surprise, or you'll start "saving up" impressions
and reinforce different perceptual faculties instead. It has to be
expressed - written out or described aloud or there won't be
enough reinforcement to bring these sidebands of awareness online for
* Image Streaming (incidental by-product,
according to independently conducted state university tests: multiple points
of cumulative, apparently permanent I.Q. gain for only 25 hours of
easy, entertaining practice; this seemingly remarkable rate of gain
continues past this point even if most reliable testing does not);
this also informs you profoundly about the world and about
* Quick Q/A and High Thinktank-method
processing, by Einsteinian Discovery Technique, informing you
extensively about everything you turn your attention to. (More on the
quick Q/A in a few sentences below, and on The High Thinktank in a
Incidental by-product: When you speak directly from
your own first-hand experience, you are powerful. When you speak from
someone else's experience or belief, you are weak. Especially when you
speak from your own first hand experiences on things which matter to you,
are you powerful. (Nearly everything taught in speech & communications
classes and in much about sales, is techniques to try to counterfeit the
way you would come across if you were speaking directly from
first-hand experience on things which matter to you! --But all that pales
besides the real thing!)
Every time you notice and respond to one of your
own perceptions and/or ideas, you make yourself more perceptive and/or
creative. Each time you fail to respond at least in some way to one of
your own perceptions and/or ideas, you make yourself less
perceptive or creative. Know this not only from your own experience, but
from the very most widely agreed-upon and accepted descriptive "natural
law" of psychology or behavior: "You get more of what you
Each time you notice and describe - to someone near you,
or to a tape recorder, or even in a more limited sense to a notepad - one
of your own perceptions, you accomplish these things:
1. You reinforce that perception. The more you
describe about it, the more you will perceive about it, and about
things relating to it, until you find yourself perceiving and
understanding far more about it and generally than you dreamed were
2. You reinforce the behavior and trait of
being perceptive. Your own present level of consciousness and
intelligence right now are largely the product of how much of your own
perception you got to respond to and act upon in some way earlier on.
To hear the most extreme form of this effect, get a description of the
event and its aftermath from anyone who has ever really had to lay his
life on the line for something he believed in or was necessary, such
as plunging into a desperately dangerous situation to save someone
else's life, and who survived to tell about it. By a little attention,
system, and persistence, you can have the growth without the danger.
(And without falling into the trap some fall into, who become
repetitive dare-devils in a vain effort to recapture such
--And if the perception being responded to is, at
the start, subtle, therefore arising in parts of the brain fairly remote
from where we lodge our loud verbal left-brain consciousness -- then you
3. Reinforce those remote regions of the brain more
and more onto line with your immediate consciousness - together
with those regions' resources and intelligence. This may well be our
most powerful and rewarding area for
There, in basic, is a key part of what is said in further
detail by our well-received book The Einstein Factor. Much more is
said in this extraordinary book--but here and now, already on your own
screen and potentially in your own printer, is some more information
crucial to you!.... How crucial? Only you can appreciate once you see what
Practical applications abound - if you bring more
of your brain and mind online for current operations, ranging from
answer-finding and creative problem-solving, to intelligence-building, to
profoundly imnproved, eased and accelerated learning, to health aspects,
to invention and discovery and the arts and design and athletic
performance and many other things...........
YOU ARE BRIGHTER THAN YOU THINK! - much
For example: Even WHILE you're asking a question on
virtually any matter, part of you Already is perceiving its best
Whether or not you notice it doing so, your mind's eye
always immediately shows that answer to you--
--The best, most ingeniously effective answer.
Accurately and immediately! That's you, your more comprehensive
brain resources, far brighter than you've come to think of yourself as
Don't take our word for it - or reflexively dismiss this
either. Simply look!
Simply look for yourself. Thousands of people, all over
the world, have learned how and where to look in their own mind's eye. Not
one of thousands has been unable to, once taught. 10% or more of people
already know where and how to look for this effect without ever
having been taught to do so. Project Renaissance does have back-up
procedures which ensure that everyone, without exception thus far, becomes
able to tune in this natural reflex effect. Through July 4, 1997: we will
send you those back-up procedures for free in return for 2 oz.
postage and return-address label, or by request with any book order. --Or
you can simply e-mail us the request for these back-up instructions at
Win@thebestweb.com and we'll download those back-up procedures for you for
100% success, not only with those we've taught directly.
Physics professor Charles P. Reinert, who performed the first
independently conducted state university studies measuring some of the
effects of Image-Streaming, has himself taught this and related procedures
to thousands of students without a single failure and he, like
thousands of others, learned it from one of our books. --And he
also has had 100% success rate, without exception, in teaching
Image-Streaming to his students...
All we're really saying is that it's very good for you to
pay attention to your own perceptions, and to respond to what you
> You can build this range of effects entirely on
your own, unassisted, continually taking whatever techniques you
discover and using them on the problem of how to build even better
such techniques, then using these in turn to build even better such
techniques. As each technique reveals itself to you it will bring in a
wealth of understanding and perspective that transforms everything
that has gone before for you up to that point.
> Or you can take the short-cut and convenience, of
teaching yourself some of this from the books and materials of Project
Renaissance. Two books most recommended at this time are the
above-mentioned Beyond Teaching And Learning and The
Einstein Factor. (Details available at
You can choose to stay where you are. Or to follow some
program or leader who has "the answers." --Or work with our "open-book"
approach, with Project Renaissance or on your own. But before you
make such a choice, we urge you to pay at least a little notice and
response to some of your own perceptions. or to look for yourself into
some of the effects of various of the simple Project Renaissance
procedures. For example, regarding what we were just saying about part of
you already instantly seeing answer to questions which you
consciously believe cannot be solved or that you, at least, cannot
solve them. We've already published in this e-magazine, in this column,
easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions by means of which you can
solve them! If you didn't have the wisdom to download them then, they are
still in various of our books.
Free Instructions Here & Now, For At Least Some of
For many of you reading this now, it is already as easy as
1. Get someone to be your listener, or set up blank tape
on a simple tape recorder.
2. Decide upon some question or problem you'd truly like
to solve or find answer to.
3. Expect to see something surprising in your mind's eye
once you look in.
4. Look in, and go with your first impression of what you
see, feel, smell, taste or hear there. Describe that in rich detail
because, whatever it is and how seemingly unrelated at first it may seem
to your question, that imagery impression does contain somehow your
5. Get 2 more sets of image-impression the same way.
Each is to be the same answer, but shown in an entirely
different way, with different images. What's the same when
everything else is the core of your answer. Generate enough detail from
each that you can perform the next step easily.
6. Find the elements or themes in common to those three
sets of image or impression.
7. If the answer isn't already obvious to you from that,
brainstorm all the possible ways in which those common elements
could or might be somehow an answer to your question or
problem, and see if you don't, somewhere in there, hit what you were
The parts of your brain you are contacting, don't work in
words but in sensory images. This is your oldest, strongest, most powerful
information-processing system. You thought in images from the first days
of infancy - maybe even before, since fetuses dream in REM sleep. You
did not lose this most powerful information processing system when
parents and teachers taught you to sit up straight and stop daydreaming
and don't gaze out the window, look ahead instead and pay attention! 80%
of your brain is still involved in visual response, according to EEG
studies. Your most powerful information-processing system merely went
underground and for many of you now reading this, it's reflexive responses
to contexts and answers to whatever questions are still close-enough in
reach that you can already do the above or similar steps and get the
desired results immediately.
>>> Half or more of us DO, though, have to
learn Image-Streaming first from more detailed instructions and a few of
us need to work through one or more of those free-for-postage/label
back-up instructions, or instructions free upon request (until July 4,
1997) to email@example.com>
The parts of your brain you are contacting with the above
4 steps don't work in words but in sensory images. The more sensory detail
in which you describe whatever impression, the more and better contact
with these further reaches of your brain. (You might prefer also to do
this search-&-describe with eyes closed to see more freely these
subtler impressions.) Get enough sensory detail and the intellectual or
insight content you were after, takes care of itself.
Hint: digging directly for the answer or insight throws
you back toward your verbal left brain, which plods along at the pace of
the language you speak and so can get around to only a few factors on any
issue. Instead, describe directly those sensory impressions, building
contact with where you are trying to get your information from until some
of these, too subtle initially for your loud left brain to have picked up
on on its own, come into focus to become your a-HA!
Like moving your left foot and then your right foot freely
each in its turn, you report out the sensory data first and then
figure out or let be revealed to you what it means, so you aren't hobbled
in moving forward, or trying to jump along the whole way on just one foot
alone. We have learned that the most "left-brained" people aren't using
their left brains nearly as well as they could were they to engage also
some of the faculties of their right -- any more than purely
"right-brained" people who need to develop more of the resources in fact
of their right by engaging some of the faculties of their left! Let's not
go about life hopping on one foot alone!
More on Answer-Finding:
The kinds of problem which do solve as a result of
our reviewing what we know about the problem situation, already did
so. What we have left all around us are the questions and problems and
difficulties which did not solve that way. There, what we "know"
about the problem has become the problem by standing between us and
the fresh perceptions needed wherein to find our answer. These receptive
visual thinking-based, Einsteinian Discovery Technique methods are
arguably by far the best way yet to get perceptive on even our most
difficult, stubborn, crucial problems.
Get beyond what you expect, based on all that you
"know," that the answer "ought to be!" Go for the
unexpected, the surprise in what comes up in your imagery. If what
comes up is what you would expect see in that context, have you gotten
beyond what was standing between you and the fresh perceptions you needed?
Surprise is a good indicator that you've gotten beyond what you
consciously expect the answer ought to be, toward more
direct perceptions of what is.
Once you've developed your sensory data by describing it
in richly textured detail to your listener or tape recorder, you
can interact with your imagery in ways to get more directly to
understand what your imagery means - without too much distorting
what your subtler resources are saying to you--
--By doing the above 7 steps, you've already provided the
above three kinds of trait or behavioral reinforcement - of the particular
perceptions themselves; of the behavior of being perceptive,
and of the richer regions of your brain being brought more online with
immediately useful, focussed, verbal consciousness (showing up as apparent
intelligence-gain, among other effects).
The first time you work through this it could take you as
much as an hour (still worthwhile to use on problems and questions which
have gone unresolved for expensive years!). Second time and
question, it might take you 40 minutes to work all the way through.
Subsequent times and issues, conveniently down to very few minutes.
We strongly suggest that you then de-brief this
whole experience either to another person (directly or by telephone), or
to notebook or computer. This change of medium, and resulting change of
the secondary associations and feedbacks evoked for you by communicating
into this different medium, should add further to your
Then or later, we also strongly suggest that you ask your
subtler faculties: "How can I make sure that I'm on the right track
with this understanding of the answer?" Observe and describe whatever
comes than enables you to test whether you've pretty well got the answer.
Note also it is good to verify by other means as well, to the extent that
an issue is important to you or to others affected by it, before acting to
implement your answer. But test, don't just let an answer sit there
reinforcing the trait of inaction or procrastination.
Then or later, we also suggest that you ask your subtler
faculties: "What more do I need to know in this context?" Observe
and describe whatever images or impressions emerge for you in response to
Then or later, we also suggest that you ask your
image-stream or subtle faculties: "What's a good, practical, concrete
first step to acting upon this understanding? Observe and describe
You don't have to look to us or to anyone else for the
answers. You are, indeed, far brighter than you think, and your own
testing of the above will demonstrate that. We do offer short-cuts through
our books and occasional training workshops. --But in the larger sense,
you already have what you need, just as you already have your own
answers..... It's entirely up to you.
Getting At Your Own Einstein
Some Ways to Get At Your Own Real
Albert says: to practice some form of my Deep
Thought Method: Let your imagery play, examine it as closely as
possible to see what you can learn from it. We say, practice
Socratic forms of Einstein's Deep Thought Method. While observing
these free images, describe them in detail to a listener; be
surprised at what comes up for you.
Here are a few of the many additional ways to bring
up your own very real genius to enrich your life:
1) Find ways to "get on a roll," stay on a roll, get
back to being on that roll, until more falls into it.
2) Find ways to verbally describe "the
indescribable:" where you have to "reach" to convey an effect, is
your growth zone.
3) Pick up on and describe subtleties and nuance.
These arise in parts of your brain usually offline from where you
are verbally focussed, conscious. Describing subtler impressions
reinforces more and more onto line with your immediate consciousness
those subtler regions of your brain, together with their
4) Improve the physical health and condition of your
a) Improve circulation to your brain;
nutrition to your brain;
c) Improve your brain's