Want to Improve Your Memory – Do This Everyday: Krishan Chahal (Transcript)

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Krishan Chahal – “Memory King”

Well, friends, we all know that our memory is the most important faculty of our mind. If you have a sharp memory you’ll have knowledge. And if you have knowledge, then there is no dearth of success in life. A powerful memory can change the entire course of our life.

But most of us are facing the problem of forgetting things. If I’ll ask you, how many of you feel that your memory is weak? Yes, yes, most of us. Most of us think so. I was of the same opinion friends, but when I came to know about the mechanism of memory, I have improved it dramatically — from my day-to-day life activity to the record-breaking level.

From memorizing a deck of playing cards, of 52 playing cards in less than a minute to memorizing the pi value. Most of us think pi is a 22 by 7 or it’s 3.14 and it does repeat after every 6 decimal places, but it’s a long-tail friends. It’s a 3.1415 and you’ll keep on counting itself, 9265358979323846264333832795028, and it’s 841971693993.. and so on up to infinity…thank you. Thank you very much.

I tried it — I memorized it up to 43,000 decimal places and then recalled it with 100% accuracy in 5 hours 21 minutes only. And believe me friends, if I can do it, all of you can do it. And not even pi you can memorize anything whatever you want to memorize and you can retain it for a long time as far as you want.

And it’s a matter of only like say how well you have mastered the art of memorizing, friends. I have trained — in my workshop I have trained people from different fields whether they’re students, scientists, professionals or Air Force pilots. What I found in common is that people have good memory but they don’t know actually how to use it and the situation becomes worse in case of students, because they spend most of their time in studies and still not able to achieve their desired results. I really have soft corner for them.

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Now what to do friends? If they know the art of memorizing really they can solve most of their learning related issues and in this competitive time, friends, this is a must-acquired skill.

I want to brief here about what is the art of memorizing, high walks – art of memorizing, we can divide basically in two parts, friends.

One is about designing the information or modifying the information in such a way so that it can catch your attention. So that you can learn it on its own. You have to modify the information, friends, according to the taste of human mind.

Let me take few example of it. Let’s take expelling mistakes. Most of the students do spelling mistakes in their preschools or like, say, first four five years of the school and it’s very common among students. If I’ll take a word, like the conscious, especially words which are confusing, so students do a mistake like say here they can easily do this mistake of letter s.

Now the teacher will do — teacher will correct it and will ask the student to write it five times. And if they will do the mistake again, then write it down ten times. If again, then write down it 20 times. No alternate solution is offered.

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