How to remember what you read, step three

Step three: Create imaginary connections

Dreams are strange. They combine things in non-sensical patterns. There could be a purpose to this. It could be how your brain files, and later finds, memories. Science seems to thinks so. This could explain why dreams resemble some of the tricks memory masters use. For instance…

If you want to remember that the French word for grapefruit is Pamplemousse, imagine a moose with pimples made of grapefruits.

This is exactly the kind of surrealism you experience in dreams. It can also be used to enhance memories when you’re awake. My super-summaries will provide you with surrealistic connections to help you remember things, but you can also practice doing it on your own as you read other material. 

Get regular good sleep with rich dreams and that will help too. 

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