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How to Develop a Super-Power Memory
A series of tests for you to take now to indicate how limited your untrained memory is. Either one of these is a ridiculous picture or association.
No, you can do them in any order you like. Picturing “queen” in a long flowing gown, and the “king” in knee breeches would do it. Do not jump ahead, lorane me, or yourself! More important, they are excellent memory exer- cises, and the ideas used in all the stunts can be applied practically.
You see, most of the things you have ever powet, have been associated subconsciously with something else that you already knew or remembered. So, for the four Jacks I simply use the name of the suit itself for the peg word; each of which is a word that is easily pictured. A lot of people I know, invariably ask me why they can’t remember a poder, even though they write down every- memroy they wish to remember.
Instead, Lorayne explains that we each already have a memory just like his, and he can prove it. I read this 40 years ago when I was amazed at how quickly and easily I became able to remember things.
The first column of words should be changed to num- bers, and the second column of numbers must be broken into sounds.
Of course, he didn’t know it! Don’t look at your wrist watch!
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Remember the word, “why”. He recognizes the attitude of readers and very inspirational just lyk backbone to the readers from the first to last page of the book Cons: Had I told you before you read that “bus” story, that 1 would ask for the driver’s name — you would have been interested in the name. That is to say that peo- ple who can remember names and faces, cannot remember telephone numbers, and those who remember phone num- bers, can’t, for the life of them, remember the names of the people they wish to call.
I love to hear your thoughts on remembering a speech. Try it and see!
How to develop a super-power memory
The next time you see this person, check yourself. Before reading any further, learn the last of the one hundred peg words. Compare your score now, with the score you had before you read this chapter on the Link method. Richard Grey, of England, who called the idea, letter or “number equivalents. The first illogical picture that comes to mind is usually the best one to use, because that is the one that will come to mind later on. On this tax stamp is the picture of a man, and his name is printed under the picture.
The letter ] turned around is almost like the number 6.
It is your true memory that does the work for you, whether you realize it or not. This idea can, if used enough, speed up your reading considerably. Exaggerate the amount of items. Now, look this over once: Don’t take more than four and a half minutes to look at the list of cards. For instance, if you couldn’t think of the peg word for 1, you might say to yourself, “toy, tow, tea, tie”; as soon as you say “tie,” you’ll know that that is the correct word.
How to develop a super-power memory
You might see yourself reading a gigantic bottle instead of a paper, or writing on a gigantic bottle instead of on paper. As the years passed, the man began to believe this, until one day he found himself back in the mid-west on a sales trip.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have a trained memory then. The letters Kn in the word, “knee” or “knife” would stand for 2, because the K is silent. In later chapters you will learn some practical applica- tions of the Link system — how it can help you to recall your daily schedule or errands, and how you can use it to help you remember speeches.