THE MEMORIZATION PROCESS –
- Taking it all in
- Locating it again later
- Delivering it just as it were
So, now that we’re into this teaching on memory (intake and recall)…one of the most important things I’d like for you to focus on is the raising of your awareness as to just how your memory actually works. Understanding this information will slide your knowledge fulcrum
to the right (refer to the ZONE teaching) resulting in you becoming more confident. You becoming more confident will result in this whole process becoming more effective for you.
TAKING INFORMATION IN (LEARNING LINES):
Your state of being when you take information in will greatly effect your ability to memorize effectively.
A clear head, lack of distractions, allowing a segment of time to actually do it, lack of stress and your care level are just a few of the things you may want to consider when studying.
“Im sorry, there was just so much going on that I can’t remember.”
WHERE YOU PUT THE INFORMATION (STORAGE):
Now, for the sake of this lesson, we’re going to consider the threebasic types of memory that we use.
SENSE – SHORT TERM – LONG TERM MEMORY. Think of your mind as if it were a ‘mechanical’ computer. Your memory might look something like this.
Sense Memory is similar to RAM (Random Access Memory), it only works
when the power in on!
Short Term Memory only lasts for a few seconds to a few minutes…then it’s gone!
Long Term Memory can last a lifetime…and beyond!
(i really didn’t mean for all of
this to rhyme…)
HOW TO GET THE INFORMATION BACK OUT (DELIVERY):
When you do the above properly and over time, not cramming at the last minute, your recall will be as easy as remembering your own name.
Not to confuse you, but just take a look at this.
We’ll be taking all of this to the next level this week. So, remember… don’t forget!
See You In The Studio!