Forgetting on a regular basis-woodmam

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It is easier to forget what is shallow than what is impressive, easier to forget what is meaningless than what is meaningful, easier to forget what is uninteresting than what is interesting, easier to forget what is not understood than what is understood, easier to forget what is unfamiliar than what is familiar, easier to forget what is not urgently needed than what is urgently needed, easier to forget what is received by a single organ than what is received by multiple organs, easier to forget what is not associated than what is added to the association, easier to forget what is not motivated by long-term memory than what is The ease of forgetting of memory motivation ......

  Memory messages are input to the brain by sensory organs

  Different types of information are input into the brain through different sense organs, such as text and image information mainly through vision, music, language, and sound information through hearing, smell in the air mainly through smell, sour, sweet, bitter, and spicy food mainly through taste, and smoothness of objects and information such as hot and cold and soft mainly through touch. Some information, too, can be received by two or several sense organs, with double or multiple inputs to the brain.

  The brain has different absorption rates for information input from different sensory organs. Usually, the brain has the highest absorption rate of visual input, up to 83%; the second highest absorption rate of auditory input, 11%; the second highest absorption rate of olfactory input, up to 3.5%; and the lowest absorption rate of tactile and gustatory input, 1.5% and 1% in that order.

  Memory has potential to be exploited

  People have a much better memory than they think. Most people develop in one direction, not because they are born incompetent, but because one hemisphere of the brain does not have the opportunity to develop as much as the other hemisphere has had the opportunity to be exercised, and only one hemisphere of the brain is activated to learn to remember. The mainstream of education for thousands of years has been reading, writing, and arithmetic, which has left the right hemisphere of the brain significantly under-exercised for untold numbers of educated people, i.e., nearly half of the brain's memory potential is largely untapped.

  The total amount of information stored in the human brain over a lifetime is far less than the capacity of the brain in the past, present, and future for a long time. The brain is like a vast photographic negative, waiting for the light of information to flash; like a vast ocean, accepting the endless flow of memory "water", and never "water" full of problems.

  2. Specific methods to improve memory

  "A good method can make us better use of our natural talents, while a poor method may hinder the performance of our talents." No matter what you do, you need to choose and create the right method, and the same is true for improving memory.

  (1) Orientation to the best - use your own strengths to memorize

  Einstein realized that the left hemisphere of his brain was extraordinarily developed during his high school years, so when he entered the university, which was still roughly taught at that time, he decisively removed many courses that were not helpful to his strengths in order to give full play to them, and focused mainly on those courses that could give play to his strengths. As a result, he was able to acquire much more and deeper expertise than other students in the narrowed field. After graduation, he worked hard in the narrowed field of physics and finally created the theory of relativity, becoming a scientific master who is praised by the world.

  According to legend, after Zhang Shun fought with Black Whirlwind Li Kui on land and was knocked to the ground, he knew how to make up for the shortcomings on land by making use of his water length, and led Li Kui down to the water and won.

  Imagine, if Zhang Shun does not play his strength, always fight with Li Kui on land, no matter how long he fights, he still can't avoid the end of defeat; if we let Chen Jingrun, who is good at remembering mathematics, learn to remember cooking or sewing clothes, let Einstein, who is good at logical memory, remember non-logical information until his life, and let Luo Heihei, who is good at auditory memory, and Homer, the Roman blind poet, remember visual information... ...In short, what are the consequences of sending people with special skills on a lost path - of giving up their strengths?

  "A man who is lame and does not get lost can outrun a man who is able-bodied but has gone astray." A person who does not know how to use his strengths, no matter how diligent and conscientious he is, can only be considered blind on the road to memory.

  A young man with autism and regarded as mildly retarded has a memory for the days that is beyond the ordinary. If you take a calendar test him, he will be "flawless, a hundred shots". It turns out that the young man was six or seven years old, this unique talent has been discovered by his relatives.

  This young man, who was good at remembering days, was not a retard, but a person with a genius for memory. Unfortunately, he had misused this extraordinary memory talent since the age of six or seven to remember days that could not be converted into productivity. Suppose his relatives, after discovering his memory talent, high precision department directed him to cultivate, let him go to remember the high precision knowledge information and practical experience in China and abroad that must be remembered in a self-contained environment, and find out the connection between them, then it is likely that he has become an unparalleled elite in science and technology.

  Knowing oneself is a prerequisite for merit orientation. The earlier you recognize your own memory strengths, the more you can seize the opportunity to improve your memory. Otherwise, it will be like the "blind man feeling the elephant", and the "superior" chosen will probably be "non-optimal" or even "inferior". The "best" choice is likely to be "not good" or even "bad".

  The examination results obtained in the case of no focus on brain power can be used as a reference basis to test the strengths, such as the performance of a certain subject is obviously better than other subjects, you can be oriented to a certain subject, and in this field to make a long development, such as further study, career, creative inventions, and deftly and quickly solve the hot spots.

  If you use your sensory organs to memorize two groups of materials of equal difficulty and quantity within a constant period of time, and then make a perception of the memory effect, if you find that the memory effect of using your vision to receive this material is outstanding, then your visual memory is your "own strength". This is where your "strength" lies, relatively speaking.

  After recognizing your own memory qualities, you need to make your own memory strengths fully effective in your learning and memory practice. The life span of a person decreases little by little in the relentless growth of years, while the value of life is deepened and accumulated in the process of merit orientation.

  (2) Evoking interest in memory method

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