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ZOX is the compiledworksof RichardWelch,Subliminal
Dynamics@, BrainManagement@,
and MentalPhotography@.ZOX providesthe mostprecise;Bestof the Best'approachfor
quickgainof yourmentalabilities.

ZOX,in cooperation with Educom,Incorporated,


has permission to reproducekey partsof the
trainingscreatedby RichardWelch,the "Fatherof MentalPhotography".Through this
philanthropic
creation,Richardwantsto sharehis successtrainingsto the restof the world.

Module1 of ZOXTraininghasthe followingcomponents:

. Legalstatements anddisclaimers
o A briefHistoryof RichardWelchand histeachings
. Studentresponsibility& Expectations
. The Benefitsof ZOXTraining
o The Brainvs. the Mind
. BeliefSystems
o The 5 Stagesof the ConsciousMind
. The MentalPhotography Comparison Chart
o The LearningCurveof Life,AND
. AlbertEinstein's'Distraction
Index'- a technique
to enhanceyourconcentration.

ZOX and children:Thistrainingis intendedfor a matureaudience.Youwillexperience


advancedinnovations in educationandtrainingthatarethe resultof ongoingscientific
research.Therefore, we adviseparentsandguardians who are interestedin havingtheir
childrenparticipate,
to overseetheirtraining.Assistthemwitheachtechniqueand helpclarify
any conceptswherenecessary.

ZOX is not a photographicmemorycourse. Thetechniques


and applications
of the ZOX
Trainingaresolelyfor educational
use.

Legal: Thisworkis legallyprotectedby lnternational


Copyright
andTrademarkLaws.
Copyright2007,2008,and others.All rightsreserved.No partof thisworkmaybe
reproducedor displayedin anyformor by any meanswithoutpermission in writingfromZOX.

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A Brief Historyof RichardWelch

ln October1975,afterfifteenhighlysuccessfulyearsin the financialplanningindustry,and


one year of retirementat the age of thirty-four,RichardWelchstartedon a trek that would
placehim in historyas the "Fatherof MentalPhotography@".RichardWelchwas aboutto
discovera newway to learn,at incredible speeds,withcompleteaccuracy!

Embarkingon a new venture,he realizeda vision. After two monthsof operatinghis own
speedreadingschool,Richardhada desireto innovateand improvethe results.He wanteda
coursethat would consistently
attainresultssurpassingthoseattainedby the EvelynWood
ReadingDynamicscourse,and,if possible,in lesstime. Theircourseand his werecurrently
producingabout2,000wordsper minute-theirsin sevenweeks,his in ten weeks.

Withina very short amountof time, startlingthingsbeganto take place in the classroom.
Severalstudentshad brokenan existingworldrecordin speed-reading, whichresearched to
be 100,000wordsper minute,with incrJasedcomprehension. Backin 1976,two students,a
sixteenyearold boy and a thirty-five
yearold accountant,
exceeded175,000wordsper minute
and were still climbing.A few weekslater,the accountant, peakedat an amazing422,OOO
words per minute and testedwith 85% comprehension on completelyforeignmJterial. ln
1976,another16 year old boy MentallyPhotographed@ at 606,000words per minute. ln
frontof 30 educators,he tooka 100questionin-depthteston the book,scoring ag}o/oon the
material,and he is dyslexie!

RichardWelchhad foundan entirelynew methodof speed-reading,


or somethinglikespeed-
reading,that when taught,producedunbelievableresults: Mental Photography@,also
knownas SubliminalPhotography@!

Psychology department performedindependent


stafffromseveraluniversities testsfundedby
RichardWelch. Testingconfirmedthat anyonewith averageintelligence can learnto readat
astounding speedsup to 2,000,000words per minute* with increasedcomprehension. This
was achievedby flashinginformationat forty milliseconds on a Tachistoscope. Tests
confirmedthat young children,fourthand fifth graders,could rapidlygrasp his method. lt
raisedtheir readingand vocabularyskillsseveralgradeyearswith only a few hoursof using
thismethod.

In 1991,Richardand DonnaWelchdecidedto takeSubliminal Dynamics@


on the road,and
writethe nextchapterin thisongoingsaga. Notonlyhas Subliminal
Dynamics@ foundmajor

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acceptanceacrossthe UnitedStates,but they were also invitedabroadto send out the


messageworldwide.

The researchand development has leadto even morediscoveries.Wonderfulthingsbegan


to take place for the students. Noticeableevents happenedregularly. Everythingfrom
winninglarge amountsof money,to psychicevents,to the healingof healthissues;great
things were happening. RichardWelch tested what triggeredthese great events,and
developeda scientificway to formalizethe outcomebasedon a simple,formattedinputto the
subconscious partof the brain.

This researchhas lead to the simplification


and reliabilityof the training. Our studentsgo
fartherand faster,with completeease and betterresultsthan ever before! Untilthis time,
MentalPhotography@ was onlvtaughtin the Subliminal Dynamics@ Seminar,as Subliminal
Photography@. The SubliminalDynamics@ Seminaris a four session,four day seminar.
Each sessionis approximately 4 to 5 hours. The Subliminal Dynamics@ Seminaris held
throughouttheworld,and is regularly
scheduled in the UnitedStates.

The tremendousgrowthexperiencedby our companyis primarilydue to studentreferrals.


Peoplefrom all backgrounds -- students,businessand industry,education,professionals,
law
enforcement,military,scientists,and others'- learnthese innovativemethodssuccessfully.
The applicationsof this processare limitless- and the implications
are extraordinary.As
researchand growthcontinue,we lookforwardto tomorrow's challenges.

WelcomeTo Tomorrow@!

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WhatYou Will Learn& Your Responsibilities

ThroughoutZOXTraining, thatwillhelpyou openthefull


youwilllearnseveraltechniques
potential of yourbrain.Theyare:
andcapability

Index"
AlbertEinstein's"'Distraction
The EyeChartDrill
RelaxationTechniques
CreativeProblemSolving(Personal Programming)
The MentalPhotography@ Technique
lnformation
TriggeringRecallof MentallyPhotographed@

To gain the most benefitfrom ZOX Training,you must follow the instructions and do
the techniques every day. Ihrb ,b very important! lf you do these techniques every
day, you will receive some remarkable benefits.

Expectations:That yourselfto do
you,the studentwillfollowthe courseoutlineanddiscipline
the exercisesassociated withthe ZOXTrainingon a dailybasis.
And: Thatyou will realizeand acceptthatthe experience of MentalPhotography@ is quite
differentfromthe experience of reading.ZOXTrainingis not aboutdeveloping an eideticor
photographic memory.Thisis a BrainManagement Training.MentalPhotography@ is the
primaryvehiclethatexpediently createsa verystrongrapportbetweenthe consciousand the
subconscious.lt excitesour brainintoactionand opensmanydoorsto our vastpotentialby
buildingthesebridges.lt exercises yourmusclesat the gym.
our brainsimilarto exercising

The Benefitsof ZOXTraining


o lmproveyourabilityto concentrate
o Increaseyourawareness
and perception
o Recognize
andtrustyourintuitionandapplyit in yourdailylife
o Learnto relaxand reducestress
o Requirelesssleepand get moreproductivity
fromsleepingtime
o Becomebetterorganized ','
:
o Makephenomenal in
changes yourlifequickly
andefficiently
o Learnnew methodsof creativeproblemsolving
o Increaseyourlearningspeeddramatically
o lmproveyourmemory
o Becomehappierl

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FIVESTAGESOF THE CONSCIOUS


MIND
1. DI S B E L I E F
2. FRUSTRATION
3. REJECTION
4. RESIGNATION
5. ACCEPTANCE

MENTALPHOTOGRAPHY@
COMPARISON
CHART

COMPARISONS COVER]NG MATERIAL ONETIME


Education
"National Association
Statistics

W .P .M. COMP. RETENTION

*READING LOSE 90%


250 S0o/o IN 48 HOURS

GOOD ONE
*SPEED-READING WEEK, THEN
1 ,0 00 60% DROPSOFF
DRAMATICALLY

MENTAL
PHOTOGRAPHY@ 25,000+ 77o/o** 1o0o/o
FOR LIFE

** Why is the comprehensionnot 10oo/o?You miss pages. Threetimesthroughthe bookwill


bringyou up to 90%as youwill missdifferentpageseachtimeyou photograph
a book.

LEARNINGCURVE
(NationalEducation
Association
Statistics)
"
-,:r.rl
:,.,.i ].,,.l ,,

Age 5

Restof Life
Birth

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AlhertEinstein's

DISTRACTION
INDEXDRILL
"l won't be distractedby 'that'anymore!"
Doesyourmindwanderwhenyou are tryingto read? ls yourconcentration levellow? lf so,
you'renotalone.Thisdrill,developed willhelpyoudevelopthe abilityto
by AlbertEinstein,
for a periodof timewithzerodistractions
concentrate - that's100o/o
concentration
andfocus.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. You needa stopwatch,a whitepieceof paperanda pencil.Youwilltimeyourselffor


threeminutesthe firsttime. As you progress,
you can increasethe amountof time.

2. Writeon yourpaper,"l won'tbe distracted


by thatany more."

3. Startto readmaterialof yourchoosing.

4. Whenyou experience a distraction:


. holdyourfingeron the placein the text
. writeone checkmarkon yourpieceof paper

5. Lookbackto the textwhereyou haveplacedyourfingerand say inwardlyto yourself,


"t won't be distractedby that any more".

6. Then,continuereadingwhereyou leftoff.

7. Repeatsteps4 through6 eachtimeyou experience


a distraction.

8. At the end of the threeminutes,countthe numberof markson yourpaper.Thistells


you the numberof distractions you experienced.

9. Repeatthe drillagain. Startreadingwhereyou leftoff. Eachtimeyou,.repeatthe drill;


yourdistractions
markswill be fewer. Yourgoalis to haveno distraetions.Within
the 3
minutes.once you reachedthatgoal,you can increaseyourtimeby twJ;iili"; ; s ''::'
minutes,then7 minutes, etc.

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