How to Memorize: Photographic Memory

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How to Develop a Photographic Memory

Quick Notes - Photographic Mind:
  • Transform any type of information into an image of something you already know.
  • Strenthen the photographic part of your brain by practicing our techniques each day. There are hundreds of situations each day that allow you to use your photographic memory
  • By strengthening your photographic memory you will have an extreme advantage over your peers.

Visual memory is a part of memory preserving some characteristics of our senses pertaining to visual experience. We are able to place in memory information that resembles objects, places, or people by using a mental image:

The same can be applied to data that does not have a visual definement. For example, although the number "49" may not create a visual image, by using the phonetic alphabet (a memorization technique that allows you to create images from numbers) you can create the picture of a "rope".

Photographic memory involves the ability to remember things so vividly that an actual image is retained in the mind. Developing a photographic memory will allow you to remember an unlimited amount of information with accuracy far superior to the average person.

Developing Your Photographic Memory

While there are some people that can effortlessly memorize and recall things exactly how they are, the majority of people can't. It is not because they are less intelligent but simply because they don't know how to use the Photographic part of their brain. Unfortunately, these memorization techniques are rarely ever taught in schools and there are very few people who use them. Yet at the same time, learning these techniques will give you an extremely high advantage in the classroom, workplace, and real life.