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We use the conscious mind exclusively forreasoning, choosing, and sometimes thinking thought is mainly controlled by our subconscious. On the other hand, different sensations control whatgoes on in the subconscious mind. This is wherememory, feelings, and imagination mainly reside,which is why we are going to focus particularly onthis area.
We can define the unconscious mind as part of theaforementioned subconscious mind, which is difficultto access. This is where past traumas are stored asdefense mechanisms. Memory This is the mental capacity that allows us to store orretain information or a group of facts. Memory is intrinsically related to the concept oflearning-this being the knowledge and reasoning ofthat which is memorized. Memory acts as a storage room facts go in and outcontinuously and, as I said before, memory residesin the part of the mind we refer to as the subconscious.
Evidence of this is that everything wesee or detect with any of our senses isunconsciously stored or memorized. We don'tprovoke this to happen, nor are we aware of it as itoccurs. At any time of day, we can easily remember what wehave been doing during the last few hours, or evendays, and we remember this with ease, because wehave been memorizing these events as time hasgone by.
This is possible thanks to a totallyunconscious memory process. Another way of demonstrating that the mind'scapacity to store data resides in the subconscious ishow we are unable to control our memory undercertain circumstances.
For example, when we takeimportant exams, many people suffer from a sort ofcerebral paralysis, or mental block. This is causedby excess pressure and emotional tension, whichcan impede our memory and other mental faculties from working correctly. If our memory were used and controlled consciously,we would never draw a blank, nor would it play trickson us.
How many times have you had something on"the tip of your tongue"? The harder you try to think ofit, the harder it is to remember. Who hasn't beenfooled by his or her own memory? Because our memory resides in our subconscious,we will never be able to dominate it percent ofthe time.
However, with practice and training we willbe able to control it 99 percent of the time. Well, we know that the memory is a storage roomthat stores information. It doesn't matter if theinformation stored is visual, audio, or any other typeof data.
What really concerns us now is how to getthe key to the storage room and, with that, gainabsolute access to and control over this information.
Thus, we are going to come to know itsmechanisms, how it works, and the reason why itfails us at times. In summary, we are talking aboutgetting the best performance out of memory andusing it in the most efficient way.
For example: whensomeone tells us all the digits of a telephonenumber, many of us experience the following: If we don't jot it down immediately we will forget it. We are only able to retain the digits for a fewseconds. Sometimes we repeat the number to ourselvesincessantly, in order to hear it from our own voiceand thus remember it better until we can write itdown.
This Occurs wheninformation is retained for one or two daysmaximum. This Occurs wheninformation is retained over months or years andonly requires the slightest stimulus to keep it sharp inour memory. An example of this could be the city inwhich we were born, the image of a sibling's face, orour father's voice.
B The senses are another way in which we perceivethe information to be memorized. The most important and powerful of all. Thanks to this, we can remember the things we see. A student reading a book can transform the writtenwords into images, which we call photographicmemory not to be confused with eidetic memory. Individuals will develop a photographic memory ifand when they have developed the necessary skillsto do so. While we are reading, a more or less logical seriesof links to all of the information we are reading isbeing produced.
This is interpreted by the subconscious mind together with the data we hadpreviously memorized or had already acquired in thepast. We will refer to the understanding of the data,or facts, that the mind is able to retain or assimilate,as learning.
Students only learn when they are able to reason andunderstand what they are memorizing. This is onlypossible if they are working with what we will callsequential facts, which you will study later on. Thereare other types of facts called pure facts thatcannot be reasoned and therefore cannot belearned, although they can be easily and deeplymemorized in our long-term memory. We will alsotake a look at these soon.
Look closely at how we clearly distinguish betweenthe concepts of memorizing and learning. Manypeople can memorize facts, but they may not evenknow what they have memorized, which means thatthey have not learned anything at all.
In order to learn,you must be able to understand and reason what youhave memorized, and also have a clearconsciousness of these facts.
The act of learningcreates experience. That is to say, those of us whohave learned something will be able to drawinferences from our knowledge in the future, at will,thus being able to make use of it. On the other hand,someone who has just memorized somethingwithout really understanding it will not be able torespond correctly when asked a question that isworded differently from how it was memorized.
Now I would like to undo the myth behind what isnormally understood as photographic memory. Supposedly this is something that people possess,and with this they can magically, in the blink of aneye, "take photographs" of everything they see-forexample, of a room-and retain a sharp image of thisinformation in their memory as if they were reallyseeing it again.
This is a completely false idea andnobody can do this, myself included, of course. It is true that we all have the ability to create orremember small photographic "flashes.
These make up the eidetic memory. In any case, the strongest memories are thosebased on images, and even stronger if they arecomposed of moving images, which I call mentalvideo. This is, without a doubt, the greatest weaponthat all human beings possess not only formemorizing, but also for developing the ability toread quickly. For example, think about how well weremember information we watch on our home videoor DVD.
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