Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Associative Imagery Portals

Note: This is a purely pseudo-scientific piece of balderdash, tread at your own risk!

I have been plagued by the idea of associative learning imagery for long now. I think this is a process of creating portals for future. That is--when your future self looks back into your past self via your memory, your future self finds most important information in these portals which have been created via imagery association. 


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If I want to use layman terms--when you look back into past as in retrospect--you find that there are certain important events. These events seem important because you had consciously considered them important and made a note of them but what about their relevance to your learning? Do they really play a great role in your progress towards your goal? May be not. In which case, what was made as a portal-band by your associative learning imagery, which might have become subconscious with the passage of time, plays a key role: Your awareness accesses it when trying to look back through memory in order to solve problems. Access to those bands is available only when your awareness is expanded.

I know that I was not good enough at obfuscating it all--but if by any chance you have done research in this field or you have ideas related to it--feel free to tell me via comments or e-mail.  

Addendum(September 15, 2014): I also observed that these associations are almost always with real images and not with imaginary ones, i. e. images which flash with reading and writing are of places I have been to. It is also worthy of being noticed that most of the images are very old, may be a decade or so. There are certain places where I have been to recently, but the images of those places which play a role in association with reading and writing are not latest per se, that is, they don't reflect the changes which have been done to those places.