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A hello and a question.


Hello users. I am grateful for this forum.

I am currently in military training. I'm currently in my specific job training and I've had many humbling experiences here. I'm decent with written tests but my memory seems much too slow to be honestly competent in my medical skills.

I've messed up the hands-on applications many times in the past and I goofed up on a hands on test today so that I must recycle through some of the program. I was the only recycle in the company. 

I try hard and I work hard but my memory has always worked way too slow for my liking.

 

Is anyone here familiar with some exercises or routines that will strengthen and/or quicken the memory in a big way over time?

 

I know there are some fairly strong psions here and I've assumed (forgive me) that some of you here may know something about that. Kind of like how some Buddhists texts get into how to improve concentration and/or memorize more and more and more texts.

Honest thank you to anyone who read this.



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Hey man, welcome to the forum:)

Simple memory technique: State dependent Memory

When I I was learning to master lucid dreaming, I kept a lot of of dream journals, & got pretty good at recall placing myself in a similar physical/mental condition as when I was sleeping. However, the problem cam up that while I would recall the bulk of the dream details, more memories would trickle in later in the day while I was away from my journal. So, I started using the note pad on my cell phone to jot down key words as containers representing the states of mind present in the emerging memories. Again the key words only had to remind me of the state of mind & body represented in the memories. Even today years later, if I look at those old key word containers; I get into the represented altered state & the memory details flood back:)

More Complex: Long term practice

It's hard to give you a complex concentration practice without knowing you better & where you are in your journey. Generally though, I would say to pick an object whether objective or subjective, & rest your attention on it, consistently bringing your attention back when it wanders. It can be a simple object like a coffee mug or other object you own. You want to get to the point where you can experience a vivid hallucination of the object from your sense memory projection.

Once you have a access to high definition imagination, engaging all of your senses; you can create a sort of astral room, which you visualize & visit every day. Somewhere in this astral room, place a chess or checkers board. If your concentration has progressed to the bright intrusive hallucination level; you can move the game pieces around & they will be where you left them if you leave the astral room & return later. You can take this level into now placing file cabinets in the room which will hold info that will be where you left it on file on your last visit.

Anyway, I could elaborate on this a whole lot more, but this is the nutshell. Your mind builds whole worlds for you every night engaging all of your senses, & you mostly don't notice the difference. That's probably because there aren't many differences, as your mind is building the physical world too, from strung together interpretations of who knows what, lol.

You may also find this concentration thread helpful:

http://psychokinesis.activeboard.com/t56373885/concentration/

 

 

 



-- Edited by owltwelve on Tuesday 21st of July 2015 03:28:03 AM

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Thanks for that info owltwelve. A lot of your post resembles what I've been reading on sites that focus on memory studies.

I have in mind what I will concentrate on and bring my attention back to when it wanders.

The Mindfulness meditation technique of always noting to oneself when they are breathing in or out or how they are breathing seems similar to this. I'm confident these suggestions can help.

As for an astral room I would love to get to that point of very recalling where everything is and how everything looks. I will start one tonight and hopefully have a very clear room keep tabs on at some point. 



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