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Dyslexia is a term used to describe a range of difficulties experienced by those who are struggling in school or the workplace. 
A few common examples are:


  • Difficulties with - reading, writing and/or spelling

  • Time management challenges

  • Attention focusing issues

  • Balance and co-ordination hassles

  • Motion sickness

  • Lack of self confidence.


Dyslexia is an inherited trait which enables a person to see images in 3D, both inside and outside their minds.  They are an estimated 10% of the population who utilise their real talents to think up to 35 times faster than others.  They are usually very intelligent.

Often these students can frustrate teachers, as their intelligence is obvious, yet they have difficulty with reading, writing and sometimes maths, which precludes their thoughts being translated into written work.

Dyslexics, because of their amazingly fast, picture thinking minds, can struggle to maintain focus or complete tasks to a time schedule.  Some have a predisposition to motion sickness, while others cannot read an analogue clock and their lack of time management can cause them to miss appointments, buses or deadlines at work.  Others have a tendency to become distracted with daydreams.

I am dyslexic and have followed a process which utilised my 3D picture thinking abilities, and I can now read.  In fact, I'm reading more books in a week than I used to read in a year!  I'm thoroughly enjoying both the fantasies and the learning.

One of our sons is also dyslexic.  I have taken him through the same process and he has learnt to read as an adult, gained the courage to do further study and as a result is advancing in his chosen career - with confidence.

Dyslexia is a genetic disposition which can be worked with and utilised to assist anyone in achieving their specific goals.  It cannot be 'fixed' or 'changed', any more than a person's natural eye colour can be changed.  However, it can be worked with and utilised to enable a dyslexic to live life easily, comfortably and to the fullest.

This picture demonstrates how several of the alphabet letters can switch around and move in front a dyslexic person's eyes.  This causes the dyslexic to mis-read or misinterpret the word they are looking at.  This is just one problem which can be remedied.

Adult dyslexic's often work in positions way below their capability levels, because they are aware of their difficulties and are often hesitant about putting themselves forward.  They tend to hide what they cannot do from colleagues and friends, and they often experience a constant low level of fear because of negative life experiences.  Believe me, you are never too old to learn to read confidently to widen both business and leisure interests.

Some Famous Dyslexic's

  • Orlando Bloom

  • Whoopi Goldberg

  • Sir Richard Taylor (Weta workshop)

  • Sir Richard Branson (Virgin airlines)

  • Sir Peter Leitch (The Mad Butcher)

  • Henry Ford

  • Walt Disney

  • Stephen Spielberg

  • Leonardo da Vinci

  • John Britten  (NZ motorbike designer)

  • Steve Jobs  (Apple)

  • Keira Knightley

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