On Psychoholographic Interference of Subliminal Sensitivity Signals and their Diagnostics
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This paper discusses the method of psychoholographic interference of subliminal sensitivity signals, which solves the issue of obtaining reliable psychology-related information. Using the PsyScanner non-local holographic resonance method, the authors reveal the means and manner of possible acquisition of information from the human iconic memory. The study includes an analysis of the preparation of the Russian national cross-country skiing team for the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Games.
The methods of non-local holographic resonance PsyScanner were developed to solve these problems in practice; their use in practical activities has been successful for more than 15 years, including application in sports training. The PsyScanner non-local holographic resonance methods were highly efficient in elite sports (used in training of three Olympic champions and four World champions), recovery of seriously ill people (oncology, cerebral palsy, strokes of various origins) and business.
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