What if I told you that recovered memory is a skill that you can use to create a better Memory Palace Network?
And what if you had a simple autobiographical memory test you could give yourself again and again to keep improving your memory?
If that sounds interesting to you, you’re in luck.
Tap or click play now and discover:
- Exactly how to unpack memories from your past you may have lost – and turn them into a Memory Palace Network!
- How I memorized the dates in Walter Ong’s Ramus, Method, and the Decay of Dialogue
- More on Lynne Kelly’s amazing account of memory and memory techniques of the Aborigines and other prehistoric groups in The Memory Code
- The simple steps of this incredible memory training exercise you can use to help recall more from your past
- The significance of juggling information in your mind without the aid of technology and the quest of balance in the age of computers
- How to map out a simple Memory Palace using your elementary school
- The right questions to ask yourself while completing this autobiographical memory and episodic memory training activity.
- How you can benefit from these brain exercises over the long term.
- How these kinds of memory recovery exercises can help you deal with depression in ways that improve memory
- The importance of taking consistent action along your memory improvement journey
And that’s just the beginning!
The Profound Reasons Why You Have A Super Autobiographical Memory
In this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast, I introduced a Memory Palace training exercise with Olivia.
Olivia had a blank spot in her mind when I met her.
So I took the opportunity to teach her a quick Memory Palace training exercise that anyone can do.
It will let you experience recovered memory at a profound level that helps you learn languages.
And when you unlock all of those Memory Palaces lying dormant in your autobiographical memory…
Recovered Memory Can Become
The Most Powerful Memory Training Asset In Your World
Autobiographical and episodic memory involve personal memories from the past. However, they are not exactly the same.
If you’re interested in improving your episodic memory, check out the links in the resources section below.
You can also watch this video version of the session with Olivia:
The Truth About Your Magnetic Repressed Memory Symptoms
Okay, okay, I’m being a bit dramatic.
But having worked with thousands of people over the years, I’ve noticed something.
People are afraid to use Memory Palaces.
I call this fear “Memory Palace Scarcity.”
When so many people around the world just want to remember what they learn…
Only to get hung up on not having enough Memory Palaces…
Well, then, yes! I do think this problem counts as “repressed memory.”
You see, many people are chasing after a solid flashbulb memory definition.
The True Path To So-Called FlashBulb Memory
That search will never end unless you create multiple Memory Palaces and Dive in to the exercise I gave Olivia on this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast.
It’s powerful because it completely eliminates Memory Palace Scarcity.
Kind of the same way using The Freedom Journal for language learning keeps you focused on making the most out of your time.
Give the quick autobiographical Memory Palace training exercises you’ll learn on this episode a try.
This process will improve your practice in creating and finding more Memory Palaces.
But you’ve got to use them for the future as well as the path.
Sure, the exercises you’ll learn will help you recover some of your past.
But the most important element is how you use your Magnetic Memory Palace Network to easily learn and remember information for the future.
How Accurate Are Your Memories?
I hope that Olivia’s openness to learning about brain exercises and the Memory Palace exercise I gave her inspires you to dive deeper into your autobiographical memory.
I’m confident too that you’ll be amazed by how learning more about your episodic memory helps you on your journey to remembering numbers, facts and vocabulary.
They are truly all intertwined.
And from there, you just need to give yourself simple memory tests.
Oh, and if you’re a parent, combine this episode with these memory improvement techniques for kids.
Let me know in the comments below how you fare!
Oh, and if you haven’t got this yet:
… don’t you think you should?
It will be useful for you if you master the basic foundations and fundamentals of creating Memory Palaces to make the most out of it.