Associative Imagery Portals

absolutely ridiculous!

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…

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