Phenomenal Memory 2.0 – Best Memory Interactive Tutorial Software and eBook| 34MB
Tired of poor memory and weak attention? Phenomenal Memory and the ability to memorize everything, including entire books, is considered to be impossible outside of our school. But it is a normal and guaranteed result for every single person we accept for our training.
For years I personally have had real problems with attention and memory. I could hardly keep up with the load of information in college and learning was always a torture. I was easily distracted and it was clear that I had to do something about it. It took me a while to realize that there was no real help out there. Repetition never worked – I would forget information I had memorized extremely fast and the memorization process itself was a frustrating never ending work without a result.
All the books, CDs and courses on memory improvement were filled with gimmicks and party tricks which could not improve my life or learning abilities in any way. Literally all of them turned out to be a waste of time and money.
After years of research and work with the best in this field I have created something that one of my students called – “The Next Step In Human Evolution” and I fully agree with that.
Now I and all my students who completed the 60 lessons course can memorize any type of information, including entire books. (Yes, I am talking about REAL books, after completing just 60 lessons.)
Ability to memorize entire books is something that is considered to be impossible in our society. Because books consist of ALL possible types of information, – new terms, words, languages, formulas, numbers, dates, illustrations, texts of different types and complexity, i.e. medical texts, law, physics, chemistry, etc. Books are also considered to be impossible to memorize because of the extremely complex structure of information and enormous volume.
Yet, this result is guaranteed for every single person and as solid as getting in shape at a gym.
How is it possible?
Let’s start with:
Simple Memory Improvement facts you need to know!
1. You cannot improve your memory:
a. By reading a book on memory improvement.
b. By listening to memory improvement CDs or audio tapes.
c. By watching memory improvement videos.
d. By attending a seminar on memory improvement.
e. By taking memory improvement pills or medication.
The whole idea that you can improve your memory by using the above methods is as ridiculous as using them to get in physical shape and build muscles.
Can you lose weight and become a bodybuilder just by reading a book about bodybuilders? Or by watching some videos about them? Or maybe you can become a great dancer by reading a book on dancing?
The only way to lo lose weight and get in physical shape is going to the gym and working out.
The only way to form any practical skill is going though the practical training.
It’s as simple as that; there are no other ways. There are no magic pills; no shortcuts. If you have been told otherwise, you should know that it’s just marketing and lies.
Memory Improvement is no different. It should be based on practical training and mental workout.
2. Powerful Memory requires a healthy brain and right nutrition.
The brain uses tremendous amounts of energy and is the most metabolically active organ in the body; it never completely rests. As a result, it has one of the highest rates of free radical production. These free radicals begin to destroy the structure of the brain, its connections and the cells. Unless you replace those damaged parts with nutrients, the brain function starts to fall off more and more.
For example Omega-3 fatty acids are replaced extremely rapidly. If you are deficient in this nutrient your brain begins to change its structure very quickly and soon loses its ability to properly function because one of its vital components is missing. It takes only two weeks of deficiency to produce that.
Americans consume an average of 129 pounds of sugar a year. 57% of it comes from processed foods. For example, teenagers are drinking an equivalent of 54 teaspoons of sugar a day just from soda.
Sugar consumption dramatically increases free radical generation in the brain. It produces cross linking of the proteins in all cells which dramatically increases the damaging effect of these free radicals, making every cell in your body age much, much faster, particularly brain cells. In some extreme cases, it can even result in permanent brain damage.
Research at the University of Connecticut in 1986 by Dr. Jane Goldman showed that sugar, equal to one Coke, produces a significant decline in mental performance. (Students were making twice as many mistakes on tests.)
Lack of Vitamin B-1 in the diet causes memory failure and depression. Consumption of a lot of carbohydrates depletes Vitamin B-1.
Vitamins C, D, E, K, A, B and carotenoids are all associated with brain function.
A study of 260 adults over the age of 60 found links between vitamins C, B-2, B-12, B-9 and concept learning.
Studies found that animal fat impairs ability to learn and remember, but healthy fats, such as Omega-3, improve depression, memory retention and thinking. This is because the brain uses an enormous amount of fatty acids for its membranes.
Aspartame, MSG, pesticides, and herbicides in food; aluminum in deodorants; fluoride in the water; and mercury in vaccines play a major role in brain toxicity and brain function decline. Excessive toxicity destroys brain cells.
What I am trying to show you is that it is almost impossible to get any significant and serious memory improvement when you don’t know what fundamental nutrients your memory and brain need and how these nutrients are related to overall health and foods. Memory Training without this knowledge is pretty much useless.
3. What is memory? How memory works?
If you cut open your brain, you won’t be able to find phone numbers there.
•So what is memory and how it works?
•What is happening in the brain when you memorize a phone number?
•Why do we forget or can’t recall something?
•What are the main factors of the memorization speed and quality of recall?
•How long can we store information in the brain and what does it depend on?
Significant memory improvement is virtually impossible if memory mechanisms are not known. We need to know EXACTLY what is happening in the brain on the cell level when we memorize in order to develop an effective and optimal training program.
Unfortunately, memory mechanisms are not known anywhere in the world outside of our school. You cannot find information on how memory really works in medical institutions, universities, psychology and any other fields, or websites. That’s the bottom line.