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Winning at Learning (Dr. Miller Classic - CD)

Winning at Learning (Dr. Miller Classic - CD)
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Price: $16.95
Product ID : SC5207 (CD)
Weight: 0.22 lbs




• To teach studying and test-taking strategies that will improve performance in all learning situations.
• To introduce accelerated learning techniques.
• Useful for scholastics, sports, and other learning situations. Most effective for ages 15 and above.
• To teach “right brain” techniques to assist learning and recall.

Recommended For:

Text anxiety or phobia, tension related to studying, performance anxiety, or poor self-image related to learning. Improves your ability to learn, retain and reproduce studied material.

For good students who want to do better, and enjoy more; also for excellent students who still wish to improve and learn with less effort.

Recommended Use:

Use Part A five to ten times during the first week, and occasionally thereafter to maintain a positive image of study goals. Use Part B daily as stress builds when studying for exams. Part C is effective before and after each study period as needed. Part D is used daily for three to seven days before an exam. For a major exam, use Part D daily for one month prior to the exam.

Description of Exercises:

CD 1, Part A – Setting Your Study Goal:
  An introduction to deep relaxation and imagery through the process of visualizing an “inner study” which heightens your receptivity (20:51)

CD 1, Part B – Stress Reduction:  A progressive relaxation especially useful for reducing fear and anxiety associated with exams, papers, or homework. You’ll learn a rapid technique for releasing stress that you can use in an actual test situation. (19:15)

CD 2, Part C – Pre- and Post-study Focusing:  In this experience you begin by being guided to an “inner study.” Then you stop the program and begin studying. Next, you are instructed to listen to the remainder of the CD while visualizing using the material just studied either on a future exam or in a real life situation. (20:23)

CD 2, Part D – Testmanship: You will create a scenario of your successful testing situation, beginning the night before the exam, and continuing to the point where you receive a high-grade. You’ll develop a relaxed, confident and pleasantly stimulated frame of mind, and you’ll hear effective exam-taking techniques. (19:39)

Supplementary and Related Programs:

Letting Go of Stress - Because accumulating stress is at the root of all anxiety, this program is useful for learning techniques to lower the overall level of stress in your life. A Dr. Miller Classic, Letting Go Of Stress is a perennial best seller.

Ten-Minute Stress Manager - This program helps produce relaxation in a short amount of time and prevent the accumulation of unwanted stress.

Optimal Performance - Learn the ʺmaster skillʺ of peak performance, applicable to any area of life: athletic competition, stage or musical performance, sales, communication, etc.

Writing Your Own Script - As you eliminate unnecessary stress and worry, you will find yourself much better able to make positive changes in your lifestyle, your behaviors, etc. This program helps you make wise changes , and to self-program your subconscious mind to support those changes through the use of Software For The Mind.

Freeing Yourself from Fear - Your own internal antidote to fears and phobias is awakened through deep relaxation, breathing techniques, guided imagery, and positive affirmations while fears are gently released.

Optimal Performance - Learn the ʺmaster skillʺ of peak performance, applicable to any area of life: athletic competition, stage or musical performance, sales, communication, etc.

Contraindications and Precautions:
Although there are really no absolute contraindications for the use of this product, people who are severely psychotic or who do not want to at least try to follow the guidance offered will probably benefit little from listening. Listening is also not a substitute for needed medical care or psychiatric care for serious mental or emotional disturbance. In any undiagnosed potentially serious condition such as a head injury, again, there will not likely be any harm, but it would be wise to delay their use until an adequate diagnosis has been made. Although no such problems have been reported, people with seizures of any kind, or neurological or with severe neurorespiratory disease, should check with their primary care practitioner for suggestions regarding the use of this program. Likewise, if you are undergoing psychotherapy, share your use of these with your therapist, as he/she may want to integrate this use with your treatment. And, of course, if you are driving or using equipment that requires your full attention, do not close your eyes and do not listen to any program that you find causes you to become drowsy, distracted, or incapable of functioning safely. Programs designated as “Drivetime” should be used with these precautions in mind.