You should be getting your most pronounced bump in IQ scoring within the first 4 months of image streaming. I recall I increased mine around 15 points over a 5 month period about 11 years ago & that was only doing a (lazy) 1/2 hour of image streaming between 4 and 5 days a week. If you are "losing the flow of images", this is because you are overtraining (a common mistake with image streamers, who, in their eagerness to get dramatic gains, take on a technique that their brain isnt in sufficiently good condition do with any kind of effectiveness) or you're mentally burnt out from some other issue (poor nutrition, not a sufficient amount of sleep, which is critical)Increasing one's quantitative skills seems to take a very long time with IMS. One must really push with the intensity of ones virtual sensory perception and hyper focus on detail. I'm curious as to how long it takes to notice differences in spatial ability. IQ tests seems to measure this to a significant degree. I care more about solving problems than being able to easily string sentences even though it can be gratifying to do so. My mind has basically shut down the past week and I lost my flow of images. What potential do you think IMS holds objectively in terms of IQ and what are some tips to expedite recovery?
Sure, you should have that within your first few 4 months of image streaming, if you stick to the beginners schedule (no more than 50 minutes a day of standard image streaming, 5 days a week) ,avoid over-training and put forth good effort in your streaming session. Getting a 20-25 point gain seems to be the standard for people that stream for 6 months. To get more than that, you need to use the more mentally challenging,demanding techniques. But DO NOT attempt them until you begin to notice that you can do a standard image streaming session, with RAPID, EXCEPTIONALLY VIVID DESCRIPTIONS with TOTAL EASE.What are the chances of increasing one's IQ past a standard deviation? Is it achievable?