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Hyperlearning webinar teaches how to read and absorb information 300% faster than normal speeds


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(NaturalNews) Information today moves at lightning speed. We are constantly being bombarded with news headlines, Twitter "tweets," email updates, Facebook statuses and other digital life blips that may at times expand our knowledge and provide fresh insight into the ways of the world, but that can also trigger information overload -- and increasingly so as information transfer continues to accelerate.

One solution is to just tune out all the noise and reorient our lives around the simple things that truly matter in life. Another is to develop enhanced cognitive and learning skills that will allow for accelerated processing and retention of all the information out there, as well as create more time to actually live life -- the best of both worlds.

If the second option piques your interest, you'll want to pay attention to this special report. David Rainoshek, author, creator and coach, has developed a program around a concept known as "hyperlearning" that can help you read and absorb information up to 300 percent faster than normal, enabling you to keep up with the latest developments in the world while maintaining sanity in your life.

If you've been wanting to learn a new language, read more books or just digest world events more efficiently, this program could be the answer you've been looking for. In his latest course, "HyperLearning: A Revolutionary Approach," Rainoshek lays out many of the tips and tricks he's learned over the past 30 years enabling him to write in-depth books and programs like "The Juice Feasting Program" and There is a Cure for Diabetes.

Hyperlearning for a higher calling of co-creation

As information moves progressively faster, the human brain has an increasingly more difficult time keeping up with it. This is where hyperlearning comes in. Rainoshek describes it as a technique that helps open up the brain while clearing it of the "fog" that prevents information from becoming knowledge, and hopefully wisdom.

Even for those who have knowledge of a particular subject or a passion to create, but lack the drive or mental acuity to actually do it, hyperlearning can bring the clarity -- and thus the motivation -- so desperately needed.

"Hyperlearning will set you on the way to a more clear thought process and uncover those hidden passions that could light up your life," explains the course.

In Rainoshek's view, there is a greater purpose in adopting hyperlearning techniques that involves streamlining information and using it to invent and create alongside others across the globe. He calls this purpose co-creation, the possibilities of which are endless.

"There is a new mind, a new culture, a new level of compassion, care and creativity that is arising worldwide," he says, adding that people are yearning for "a new way of thinking, a new way of being, an updated vision of who we are together, and where we are going... a positive, dynamic, creative, growth-oriented, integrative, hopeful, next-level vision of the future."

You can learn more about the program by visiting:
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