Speed Reading by Wave Reading

Wave Reading™ is a newly patented method of speed reading that utilizes a twistable pointer called a “Wave tool” to wave beneath text lines. The purpose of the Wave tool is to induce your eyes to move in a faster and smoother manner to read successive lines of text faster by following the tip of a twistable, shuttling pointer. The twistable pointer is alternately used either for a continuous motion induction reading method or for a widened-glance reading method. The twistable reading pointer can either be used as a training means or as a continuous use device for faster and more accurate reading. The device is simple to understand and to use, and immediately succeeds in increasing your reading speed!

A Free Wave Tool!

Although it would be illegal for you to make and sell Wave Reading™ tools for a profit, you can easily make a free Wave tool for your own personal use by simply inserting one end of a 4 to 5 inch (10.16-12.7 cm) drink or coffee stirrer (or straw or thin stick or whatever you choose to use) through the compression clip of an ordinary ballpoint pen. Angle the stirrer-pointer slightly upward as shown in the photos. The compression of the clip will maintain the pointer angle. When the lower portion of the pen barrel is then twisted back and forth between your thumb and fingers the upwardly angled pointer tip will move through a quarter-circle and can be easily used to underscore text lines. The moving (or shuttling) pointer tip then guides your eyes at a rapid pace with minimal effort.

The primary advantages to using the Wave tool to read are that the tool smoothes out eye movement and makes it more comfortable to read quickly. The Wave tool pointer easily induces your eyes to increase the rate at which they move across a page and allows you to quickly alter your speed reading rhythms and to pause and go with minimal effort. The Wave tool also provides an effortless physical counterpart to your mental activity to keep your motor system happy while your mind races on through the reading process. With patience in the practice, you will soon understand how amazing Wave Reading™ can be!

A Free Instruction Manual!

In the same sense that any simple hand tool can be used by an adept carpenter in a variety of ways to serve in a number of different contexts, a Wave tool can be used in a variety of ways to serve different reading purposes. Many things change when we read, for example: the position of the material (frontally angled, flat, direct, or to a side, etc.); the viewing position (to the front, a side, or higher or lower); the material being read (various sized books, newspapers, monitor screens, etc.). Each of these contextual reading issues can be effectively dealt with using a Wave tool. And with time, and trial and error methods, you can learn when it is best to use the Wave tool upright, inverted or horizontally, and determine as well when one pointer angle is preferable over another. But if you wish to save time and get on with improving your reading speed using your new Wave Reading™ tool, you may obtain a FREE .pdf download copy of the Instruction Manual at WaveReading.com.

Author's Bio: 

Tom Chesters is an author (The http://www.theoverfile.com)and inventor with several current (Jixis.com)and pending patents.