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"Visualization for Artists, Writers & Creative Thinkers"
2000-02-12 until 2000-03-11
Pratt Manhattan
New York, NY, USA United States of America

This course may be the only one of its type that teaches how to stimulate altered states of consciousness for creative work without drugs. It is not common knowledge that writers, artists, scientists, musicians and inventors go into altered states of consciousness in the natural course of their work. All modern inventions such as TV, Radar, Radio and etc. were theorized into existence in trance. Einstein had a sailboat both in Switzerland when he was a patent office employee and in Princeton when he was a professor. He would drift off in his little boat as relativity theory was handed to him by his subconscious mind on demand as a series of visualized mental pictures.

Visualization for Artists, Writers & Creative Thinkers is taught at Pratt Manhattan. 295 Lafayette Street in New York City. It is 5 sessions, 3 hours a session. Saturday afternoons. There are 2 textbooks that are purchased from the instructor. One is a dream dictionary and the other is a dream journal. Tuition for the course is $165. Textbooks $35. Total $200.00


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