Theory to Practice 

You have read paragraphs 1, 2 and 3.

And you know the theory now:

See the two items clearly in your mind’s eye.

And then: connect them in the most bizarre way. 


You could create/construct your own exercises.

CLICK on Exercise 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 for suggestions on how to get started:

            Exercise 1              

                                   Exercise 2

                                                               Exercise 3

                                                                                      Exercise 4

Or you use the Memory Games from this site.

The term ‘game’ is slightly unfortunate.

Yes, they are games; however you could also call them teaching aids.

In a very playful way you learn what WORKS FOR YOU. You might get started with the FREE DEMO VERSION.

Technically it is the same as the full version, however the databank is reduced to 20 words. 

There are three parts in it:




The real power is in the ‘Revising’ section: here you learn what works for you. You may play around how many rounds of revision you need. If you are an auditory person, then you have to stress this part more than if you are a visual person. It can happen that some people (visual more than auditory people) move rather quickly to the testing part. 

You will also notice that in the evening your mental processes are a lot slower. You can find out  so much about yourself and the way YOU learn. 

Do not rest until you have at least three ‘halleluja’. Don’t be surprised. There are some sound-effects in the game, and when you reach 10 out of 10, you will hear Haendel’s halleluja. Let’s keep it light-hearted. 

GO TO Memory Games

There is no time element in the game. I could have incorporated this, and given it something to compete with. I didn’t want that. All I want is:

Can you do it?

You will learn it in your own timeJust practice. And practice again and again. Until this intuitive feeling sets in that you ‘just know it’. It is amazing and priceless. And then, and only then, you move on

Step 2 (quantity): Learn to remember (10) items in correct sequence.

Step 3 (Visualisation) : Learn to remember ‘difficult’ items.

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