14 New Memory Champion Exercises We Can Use to Boost Our Mind
In a previous article, we introduced you to a method that promises to help stimulate and strengthen the mind, a technique created by a world memory champion. It’s the Ikeda method, which uses fun as the main tool to activate our memory and open our minds to learning. Don’t forget, though, that this method has certain rules.
Bright Side brings you a selection of exercises so you can train your mind.
— For the detection sensor -
1. Find 8 differences.
2. Find the intruder among the doggies.
3. Find the errors in the image.
— For the classification sensor -
4. Which of these animals doesn’t belong to the group it’s in?
5. How would you classify the following produce?
6. Link the words on the left with those on the right using 2 words.
— For the matching sensor -
7. Guess the name of the country by looking at the clues.
8. Which Disney villain are we describing?
— For the image sensor -
9. Analyze and remember in words the characteristics of the following figures, then flip the image.
10. Picture the following image in your head, and then try to reproduce it on a sheet of blank paper or graph paper without looking at it again.
11. Watch and translate the characteristics of the following pairs of clouds into words. Then when you’re ready, flip the picture.
— For the relation sensor -
12. There’s a mathematical relation between the numbers in the next figure. Analyze, find, and remember the relation so you can re-write the digits without seeing them.
13. Make up a story in your mind using these abstract figures following their order, then flip the image and remember your story while rearranging the symbols where they were located in the first place.
14. Make up a story or relationship between each of the following pairs of people and try to remember them, then flip the picture.
Now that you’ve trained your mind with these exercises, which sensor do you think you’re the most skilled at? What trick do you use to boost your brain?