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Link Memory System

The Link Method is the first advanced memory tool available to you once you understand the concept of substitute words and visual association

Link Memory System

An image based technique for memorizing list

Link Method Steps

Here are the steps for using the Link method:

First imagine a silly, memorable image that represents the type of list you want to remember. Also include in this image the first item on the list (see below for example). This image is your header for the list.

Think of another silly, memorable image that links the first item on the list to the second item.

Think of a new image that links the second item to the third item.

Think of an image that links the third item to the fourth item.

Continue in this way, creating mental images for the remaining items in the list.

The Link Method is the first advanced memory tool available to you once you understand the concept of substitute words and visual association

Recall that association/substitute words means creating memorable images that represent the concepts you want to remember.

The "Link" is a way to quickly connect items in memory that may not be related, such as items in a lists or reading material.

This method is called the "Link" because you use it to connect information in your mind with links, as the links in a chain.

Several of the most-effective memory techniques, including the Link method, make use of a method called the Visualization and Association technique. Visualization and Association is a way to change abstract facts into mental pictures that are easy to remember.

This works because most people's brains can remember visual images (pictures) much easier than abstract information. That's why you can usually visualize in your mind a certain place you may have visited even if you can't remember the name of the place.

Example : Memorizing Shopping List

Below is a sample grocery list. Assume you want to remember to buy these items at the store but don't have any paper nearby to write down the list. Or, you just want to memorize the list to strengthen your brainpower

  • 6 Red Apples
  • Large Loaf of Bread
  • Carton of Milk
  • Bar of Foamy Soap
  • Pair of Yellow Socks
  • Packet of Chocolate Biscuits

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