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Perfect Memory in Education

Many of us wish we had a better memory enabling us to learn faster. This post discusses how perfect memory works.

What is Perfect Memory?

Our right brain’s mass memory capacity stores all we experience through our five senses including inspirations from other sources. Strong connections between our right and left brain functions enable access this massive storehouse then bring genius-like ideas, inventions and practical solutions into the world. This right/left interchange in the brain is the way we experience perfect memory.

Here’s an example: Remember The Minority Report with Tom Cruise? In the movie, three children with the gift of premonition (a “subconscious” right brain function), projected images of the future into a screen. Cruise, using his advanced left brain “conscious” abilities, was able to organize those images into a logical sequence of events. This right/left brain subconscious/conscious interchange led to the location and arrest of a future perpetrator in a crime.

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Brain Functions: Learning through Right/Left Brains

Interest in right and left brain functions began to attract widespread attention after Dr. Roger Sperry of the California Institute of Technology won the Nobel Prize for his work on the functions of the brain’s hemispheres. Since then, right/left brain theory has been utilized in areas such as specialized education, business models and even medical practices.

Below is a comprehensive list with descriptions of how we learn and experience life through our right and left brain functions. You’ll discover things about yourself you may have never known before!

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