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memory exercises for every day

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memory exercises for every day

Article by jenny wilson









Mind PowerYes it is possible to go through a programme to help you build up mind power and we have a quantity of of the best here on our site. Nevertheless for those of you who want to have a lighter touch you can assist your memory by doing a little fun workout with mind games everyday.

Here are a few thoughts to get you going:

Story Telling

Ask your friend to put a few bits and pieces on a tray and then you have to try and memorize them all correctly. Do it by making up a story – or even better make up a story about them all with your friend. It isn’t cheating! Each of you take a turn telling a story you are just making up on the spot which connects each object with the next one. As you tell the story use your imagination to really design a good image of what is happening in the story. That makes it much easier to remember.

Here is an example of a story about the first three objects on a tray when they are a bowl, a leaf and a pen Person 1:on the sideboard there is a big tall bowl made of very shiny metal and….

Person 2: John’s mother decided that it would look beautiful if she put some small branches with autumn coloured leaves in it so shePerson 1: Decided that she would gather some branches from the park on the way to the supermarket. She took out her pen to write down her shopping list and on it she… …. Once all the objects have been integrated in the story, take them away. Now see if you can remember everything. Next try to do it together as you will both probably remember different parts and that will help you get the whole list right.Matching Pairs

This involves matching pairs of like playing cards when they have all firstly been placed face down. One person at a time turns over a card, lets everyone see it and then places it back on the table, face side down again. Steadily the group of players begins to get an idea of where particular numbers or face cards are lying and can locate a matching pair when they turn up a card on their turn.You can also play with a half deck of cards by removing two suits first and then use the 24 cards left. Once they are face down, move the cards around on the table so nobody really knows what is lying where anymore.



About the Author

Jenny Rachel Wilsen is a psychologist specialising in developing and researching techniques for brain enhancement. 70% of our brain power comes from what we put into our brains and how we stimulate them. Only 30% is to do with genetics.

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