memory

“Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” – Bob Proctor

Nowadays we don’t know how to use our memory. People try to remember plain boring text and then they complain about bad memory. It wasn’t always like that, ancient Greek politicians knew how to remember long speeches and statistics. They impressed common people by recitation of long reports without even a one slip of a tongue. What’s most impressing they didn’t know about physiology of our mind as much as we do now but they could create system which have been used for thousand of years.

memory

The secret of great memory is our IMAGINATION. Unfortunately nowadays it is killed by school, TV and computer. If you want to remember something you have to use power of your imagination. But first you have to know how to create great images and connections between them.

You should create positive images. You can remember something positive easier because your mind want to come back to positive memories. You can’t forget about colors, use as many colors as you can, make your imaginations glitter, shine and sparkle. Use motion and action, make simple scenes, action should be sudden and dynamic. One of the most important things is to make it funny. Play with your mind and imagination. Don’t be afraid of exaggerating things. Make them really small or very big, you can also change their shape or volume. Make very detailed images, think about the surface, age and other details. Use all your senses, sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Don’t be afraid of erotic stuff, we can remember it very well so why won’t use it?

Now you know how to create images that you will remember, if you have some string of information to remember you can create such images and connect them between themselves. It will speed up your memory.

LOVE THIS POST? Please leave your comments and don’t forget to share. sharing is sexy… (lol)

Ansa John
Follow Me

Ansa John

Founder at EduAnsa
Ansa John of EduAnsa is a content writer, creative blogger and copywriter. If he had a hair on his head for every blog post and web page he’s written, he’d have a thick head of hair. Ansa is the author of *How to Easily Secure Your Internship*and has recently published the free Resources to Apply for Internship Opportunities - Connect with Ansa on Google+
Ansa John
Follow Me
Share This with Friends

One Thought to “The Importance of Imagination”

  1. […] Have a mental picture of the race. “run the race in your mind first” […]

Leave a Comment