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“Memory is the greatest of artists, and effaces from your mind what is unnecessary”

Most of the memory enhancement techniques that are in vogue today, were developed decades of ago when the technology and gadgets did not play a prominent role in our lives. Many of these memory improvement techniques have become irrelevant and outdated. This program is especially suited for students of 21st century, living in an era of information revolution.

It is said that an average human being utilizes only 2-5% of human brain capacity. Human brain has vast capabilities and it is the most complex piece of machinery in the universe, consisting of 100 billion neurons, with each neuron having more complex structure than the best super computer in the world.

Unfortunately As technology is playing  a bigger role in our lives, our skills in critical thinking and analysis are declining.  This is proved in a research by Patricia Greenfield, UCLA distinguished professor of psychology and director of the Children’s Digital Media Center, Los Angeles.

Learners have changed as a result of their exposure to technology, says Ms Greenfield, who analyzed more than 50 studies on learning and technology, including research on multi-tasking and the use of computers, the Internet and video games. Her research was published this month in the journal of Science. Reading for pleasure, which has declined among young people in recent decades, enhances thinking and engages the imagination in a way that visual media such as video games and television do not, says Ms Greenfield.


“Memory is a complicated thing,  a relative to truth, but not its twin”

Civilization depends totally upon innate intelligence. Without innate intelligence, civilization would never have been created. When intelligence declines, so does civilization. But it appears that human beings are fast becoming dumb terminals with more and more thinking process ‘outsourced’ to the gadgets and internet. Intellectually we are becoming lazy or complacent. We no longer take the time to search out the truth of anything....we just like to get information on the run.

India can take lesson from what is happening in many great western countries like America, England and Australia which are having a harrowing time with the decreasing memory and intelligence of their youngsters. Americans find today, much to their dismay, that many doctors, dentists, engineers, or successful business people in their neighborhood have Indian and Chinese names. Payrolls of Nasa and other leading organizations are littered with non-Americans.

In a British survey, reported by Times Educational Supplement (TES), British first year students, after 13 years of education are having difficulty in writing simple words like ‘was’, ‘looked’, ‘there’, ‘always’. They are misspelling even the ordinary words like ‘February’, ‘ignore’, ‘truly’.  Universities there are even finding they have masters-level students who cannot spell. 

“Fond Memory brings the light of other days around me”

This course has been designed by Dr Sahadeva dasa, who is president of ISKCON Secunderabad. This course of his has helped thousands of students in various countries.

This unique course combines various aspects of human personality, not just mind gymnastics, for developing a robust memory and keen intelligence.
Students can learn techniques that were developed by the thinkers in ancient India as well as by modern experts. Most of the prevalent memory tools focus on improving ‘working’ memory whereas this course focuses on all the five types of memories that humans have – working, implicit, remote, episodic and semantic.

This course by Asamsaya Foundation will go a long way in preventing this happening in India and help our students make their memories razor sharp.

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