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<ul><li><p>The ElementsThe Elements </p><p>Of MemoryOf Memory</p><p>By Josh HiltonBy Josh Hiltonhttp://improvememorybrainpower.com/</p></li><li><p>-2-</p><p>After youre finished, make sure to check out myAfter youre finished, make sure to check out my</p><p>top recommended how to improve memory andtop recommended how to improve memory and </p><p>increase brain power training system.increase brain power training system.Download ZOX Pro and Ignite Your Inner Genius Now</p><p>The Elements Of Memory-2-</p></li><li><p>-3-</p><p>Table Of ContentsPreface ........................................................................................... 5 </p><p>Chapter 1 The Elements Of Memory ......................................... 6 </p><p>Chapter 2 The Mental Treasure Vault And Its Lost </p><p>Combination .................................................................................. 7 </p><p>What Everyone Thinks ............................................................................. 7 Causes of Forgetfulness ............................................................................ 7 Seeing with "Half an Eye" ......................................................................... 7 The Man on Broadway ............................................................................. 8 Waxen Tablets ........................................................................................... 9 Not How, but How Much ......................................................................... 9 Remembering the Unperceived .............................................................. 10 Speaking a Forgotten Tongue ................................................................. 11 Living Past Experiences Over Again ....................................................... 12 The "Flash of Inspiration" ...................................................................... 13 The Totality of Retention ........................................................................ 13 Possibilities of Self-Discovery ................................................................. 14 "Acres of Diamonds" ............................................................................... 15 </p><p>Chapter 3 The Mechanism Of Recall ....................................... 16 </p><p>The Right Stimulus ................................................................................. 16 "Complexes" of Experience ..................................................................... 16 The Thrill of Recollection ........................................................................ 17 "Complexes" and Functional Derangements ......................................... 17 Automatically Working Mental Mechanisms ......................................... 17 Two Classes of "Complexes" ................................................................... 18 </p><p>Chapter 4 The Laws Of Recall ................................................. 20 </p><p>What Ordinary "Thinking" Amounts to ................................................ 20 The Reverse of Complex Formation ....................................................... 21 Prolixity and Terseness ........................................................................... 21 The Law of Contiguity ............................................................................. 21 Laws of Habit and Intensity ................................................................... 22 Applications to Advertising .................................................................... 22 Effect of Repetitions ............................................................................... 23 Ratio of Size to Value .............................................................................. 24 </p><p>Chapter 5 The Science of Forgetting ........................................ 25 </p><p>The Skilled Artisan ................................................................................. 25 How the Attention Works ....................................................................... 25 Iron Filings and Mental Magnets ........................................................... 26 The Compartment of Subconscious Forgetfulness ............................... 26 Making Experience Count ...................................................................... 27 </p><p>The Elements Of Memory-3-</p></li><li><p>-4-</p><p>How Habits Are Formed ......................................................................... 27 Chapter 6 The Fallacy Of Most Memory Systems ................... 29 </p><p>Practice in Memorizing Inadequate ....................................................... 29 Torture of the Drill ................................................................................. 29 Real Cause of Failing Memory ............................................................... 30 The Manufactured Interest ..................................................................... 31 Memory Lure of a Desire ........................................................................ 31 </p><p>Chapter 7 A Scientific Memory System For Business Success 32 </p><p>"Cramming" and "Willing" ..................................................................... 32 Basic Principle of Thought-Reproduction ............................................. 32 Methods of Pick ...................................................................................... 33 Scientific Pedagogy ................................................................................. 33 How to Remember Names ..................................................................... 34 Five Exercises for Developing Observation ........................................... 35 Invention and Thought-Memory ........................................................... 36 How to Compel Recollection .................................................................. 38 Formation of Correct Memory Habits ................................................... 38 NOW! ...................................................................................................... 39 Persistence, Accuracy, Dispatch ............................................................ 39 Memory Signs and Tokens ..................................................................... 40 The Mental Combination Revealed ....................................................... 40 </p><p>The Elements Of Memory-4-</p></li><li><p>-5-</p><p>"It's a poor sort of memory that only works backwards"</p><p> - Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll, Ch. 5, Wool and </p><p>Water.Preface</p><p>Memory is something we don't think about. A failing memory negatively </p><p>impact our lives. </p><p>It starts with misplacing your keys, forgetting where you parked your car, </p><p>and then forgetting people's names you've just been introduced to moments </p><p>earlier.</p><p>If you aspire to strenthen your memory, look no further. This eBook will </p><p>cover timeless techniques from the early nineteenth century to enable you </p><p>to improve your memory that still works, even today.</p><p>The Elements Of Memory-5-</p></li><li><p>-6-</p><p>Chapter 1 The Elements Of Memory</p><p>MEMORY can be considered your brain's ability to store, retain, and </p><p>subsequently recall information. You may know of people who you </p><p>consider to have an excellent memory and you may be slightly envious.</p><p>We'll look at certain mental principles and processes, namely, those of </p><p>Retention, Association and Recall. Incidentally, as with any information, it </p><p>contains some facts and instructions of immediate practical utility. </p><p>But primarily it is intended to help prepare your mind to understand a </p><p>scientific system for success-achievement. You may be aware of the sensory </p><p>perceptive and judicial processes by which your mind acquires its </p><p>knowledge of the outside world. </p><p>This eBook will touch on the phenomenon of memory, the instrument by </p><p>which your mind retains and makes use of its knowledge, the agency that </p><p>has power to resurrect the buried past or power to enfold us in a Paradise of </p><p>dreams more perfect than reality.</p><p>In the broadest sense, memory is the faculty of the mind by which we:</p><p>1. Retain</p><p>2. Recall</p><p>3. Picture to the mind's eye</p><p>4. Recognize past experiences</p><p>So as we can see, memory actually involves four elements:</p><p>1. Retention</p><p>2. Recall</p><p>3. Imagination</p><p>4. Recognition</p><p>The Elements Of Memory-6-</p></li><li><p>-7-</p><p>Chapter 2 The Mental Treasure Vault And Its Lost Combination</p><p>What Everyone Thinks</p><p>Almost everyone seems to think that we retain memories in the mind only, </p><p>those things that we can voluntarily recall; that memory, in other words, is </p><p>limited to the power of voluntary reproduction.</p><p>This is a profound error. It is an inexcusable error. The daily papers and </p><p>tabloids are constantly reporting cases of the lapse and restoration of </p><p>memory that contain all the elements of underlying truth on this subject.</p><p>Causes of Forgetfulness</p><p>It is plain enough that the memory seems decidedly limited in its scope. </p><p>This is because our power of voluntary recall is decidedly limited.</p><p>But it does not follow simply because we are without the power to </p><p>deliberately recall certain experiences that all mental traces of those </p><p>experiences is lost to us.</p><p>Those experiences that we are unable to recall are those that we </p><p>disregarded when they occurred because they possessed no special interest </p><p>for us. They are there, but no mental associations or connections with </p><p>power to awaken them have arisen in consciousness.</p><p>Seeing with "Half an Eye"</p><p>Things are continually happening all around us. However, we see with "half </p><p>an eye." They are in the "fringe" of our consciousness, and we deliberately </p><p>ignore them. Many more things come to us in the form of sense-</p><p>impressions that cry out to our sense-organs, but no effort of the will is </p><p>needed to ignore them. We are absolutely impervious to them and </p><p>The Elements Of Memory-7-</p></li><li><p>-8-</p><p>unconscious of them because by the selection of our life interests we have </p><p>closed the doors against them.</p><p>In either case, whether in the "fringe" of consciousness or entirely outside </p><p>of consciousness, these unperceived sensations will be found to be sensory </p><p>images that have no connection with the present subject of thought. They </p><p>therefore attract, and we spare them, no part of our attention.</p><p>Just as each of our individual sense-organs selects from the multitude of </p><p>ether vibrations constantly beating upon the surface of the body only those </p><p>waves to the velocity of which it is attuned, so each one of us as an integral </p><p>personality selects from the stream of sensory experiences only those </p><p>particular objects of attention that are in some way related to the present or </p><p>habitual trend of thought.</p><p>The Man on Broadway</p><p>Just consider for a moment the countless number and var...</p></li></ul>