What is sleep learning ?
December 10, 2006 12:48am CST
Anyone is using this method to learn new language or something else .Really it works or just a waste of time .If it’s work , how we can start sleep learning .
13 Dec 06
teaching to someone else certainly helps in learning a new topic & retaining a old topic . the interesting point is if none available to listen then teach to a pet / a chair ... we use this technique in public speaking coaching . first we speak to our own image in the mirror , then to imaginary audience & finally on the stage ...
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10 Dec 06
This doesn't work, the original idea behind it was suppose to run off the idea of sublinal messaging, but thats been disproven by science so doing this will only mess with your dreams a bit. Although it would be interesting to see how your mind would manifest someone speaking another language in your dreams... Who knows you might cause a midlife crisis cause oyu think god is talking to you in your sleep and he speaks French, and you don't know French hehe
13 Dec 06
Thanks for the information. It is better to stick to more traditional methods of learning. I can share with you a technique to help you learn anything better and grasp it more firmly. This technique is called "teach technique" and its not related to subliminal messaging.. belive me. You can learn better by teaching what you have learn to somebody else. If you teach the subject to others you are repeating what you have learnt which can be helpful in remembering. You can read in detail by visiting: www.itseasy.wordpress.com
10 Dec 06
from wikipedia : Sleep-learning (also known as hypnopædia) attempts to convey information to a sleeping person, typically by playing a sound recording to them while they sleep. This technique is often moderately effective at making people remember direct passages or facts, word for word . However, there is little to no evidence that a person undergoing hypnopædia is actually learning anything in the sense that the newly acquired knowledge is connected to other knowledge or conceptualized in any way. see more details here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep-learning