Memorize Concepts Using Memory Palaces

Memorize Concepts Using Memory Palaces

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20 Responses

  1. Anthony Metivier says:

    To Hail Morkviliza: For some reason YT won’t let me respond to your
    question.

    I’m working now with math expert Robert Ahdoot. We’re coming up with
    solutions that will help you. Stay tuned.

    In the meantime, I think practice with visualization will help you a great
    deal. Start with something simple and then move up to the more complex. I
    think the Memory Palace technique is your best bet for equations and
    formulas. I’ve got a video coming out soon with Robert Ahdoot that shows
    exactly how he memorized nine formulas in 45 minutes.

  2. Ama O says:

    can i re-use the same memory palace ?

  3. Swamit Kher says:

    A rare and helpful lecture Anthony. 🙂
    A query- Can we use the same memory palace again for memorizing the
    concepts of an entirely different subject?

  4. Gromst3rr says:

    useful tips, thank you

  5. Anthony Metivier says:

    To Hail Morkviliza: For some reason YT won’t let me respond to your
    question.

    I’m working now with math expert Robert Ahdoot. We’re coming up with
    solutions that will help you. Stay tuned.

    In the meantime, I think practice with visualization will help you a great
    deal. Start with something simple and then move up to the more complex. I
    think the Memory Palace technique is your best bet for equations and
    formulas. I’ve got a video coming out soon with Robert Ahdoot that shows
    exactly how he memorized nine formulas in 45 minutes. Stay tuned.

  6. Gayatri Joshi says:

    Hi Anthony,I would like to learn english(And other foreign languages),
    Which book should I by from this package. 

  7. Brandon Blanchard says:

    Is there a reason to use a familiar place, rather than one you’ve mentally
    constructed?

  8. Ricky Anderson says:

    Anthony, great video. Looking forward to visiting your website, I’m
    interesting in going back to school because of the job market. Its been
    over 20 years since I’ve seen a class room and I know I’m not college
    material but taking a course like yours would give me the confidence I need
    to complete a college degree. Theirs not much support for middle age men
    going back to school so I hope you can give me a edge up.

    sign: Terrified

  9. Raj Patil says:

    Hi ANthony, I have one query about you Learn english vocabulary.It is
    mentioned on book cover that it is for english teachers. Is there any other
    book for students? 

  10. Hail Morkviliza says:

    I am an online highschool student entering the eleventh grade, and the one
    subject I struggle the most with is Mathematics. How do I store
    mathematical formulas and numbers I am required to remember in a Memory
    Palace? I do not think I can create an image in my mind that would
    symbolize it to the point I would understand what the image meant later, or
    if I can think of an image at all to stand as a math problem in my palace.
    Is there a solution to this, or should I use a different memory technique
    for Math?

  11. flavio lujan says:

    This concept is beyond amazing. Thank you!

  12. Fletcher Luders says:

    Thanks, I’ll try to increase how much I use this in the next few weeks.
    Need at least four palaces for upcoming uni exams!

  13. Saks a says:

    Não consigo entender, tem legenda em pt (brazil)?

  14. Andrei Cuypers says:

    Thanks for the very well explanation on my question, Do I need a quiet
    place to do memory palace? If so can I still use this in a place where
    there are people talking or I need to concentrate if ever im gonna be using
    it? More power coach!

  15. Mohit Kumar says:

    as they say UREKA !!! THIS IS SWEET 

  16. Andrei Cuypers says:

    This is what I needed know 🙂 may I know what do you mean by dont trap
    yourself? Does it mean there’s a possibilities that you can be trap in your
    memory palace? Please explain. Thank you! Keep up. Im subscribing :)

  17. Barani Prasath says:

    This is What I really Wanted Thanks man

  18. Matthew Lareau says:

    Great video thank you!

  19. VIVINO BARREDA says:

    Thanks.

  20. Anthony Metivier says:

    Dear Memorizers, This video addresses a question from one of the
    subscribers to the Magnetic Memory Newsletter. I hope you find it valuable.
    Please let me know any time that you have questions. Sincerely, Anthony
    Metivier learnandmemorize@zoho.com

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