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How to Develop Photographic Memory

Learning to how to develop photographic memory can be a very enjoyable experience. You may feel as if it is an impossibility for someone to develop such a powerful ability to remember details. Almost anyone is able to reach this level of memory ability. It just takes practice and patience.

Many experts will tell you that you have to be born with the talent of photographic memory, but I know that it possible to develop this ability because I have been successful in greatly improving my memory. I thought, in the past, that having a great memory was totally genetic and that if I tried to enhance my memory, that I would just become totally frustrated. The trick is to learn tactics that are working for others and to fine tune these techniques to match your own style of learning.

To start, you have to learn to relax and to focus mentally on what it is that you are trying to memorize. Try to eliminate distractions and allow yourself to be totally absorbed in the material that you need to imprint into your long term memory. Make sure that you turn the details into images memorable to you personally. For instance, if you have to remember a word in a foreign language, try to find a word in english that sounds similar to the foreign word. Then envision an outrageous image of the two items interacting. If you have created a vivid enough image in your mind’s eye, you will instantly be able to recall the english word for this foreign word far into the future.

I enjoy helping others develop powerful memory skills. If you take the time to practice the various memory techniques that have worked for others, you will greatly enhance your ability to remember anything. To start off, you should visit : How To Develop
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