My new blog. Verses Into My Mind

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#1 10 March, 2016 - 13:43
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My new blog. Verses Into My Mind


Hello, everyone! I have started a new blog, named Verses Into My Mind:
http://versesintomymind.blogspot.gr/
It is mainly about Bible Memorization Training.
It would mean a lot to me, if you visit my blog, comment and share.
If you have any suggestions, please, let me know. :)

SKard

26 March, 2016 - 13:22
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:) is it in English? If not, I won't be able to read it (though I can read some Spanish, I'm nowhere near fluent yet).

27 March, 2016 - 03:12
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Looks like a great start. Congrats! :)

27 March, 2016 - 03:15
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Yes, it is in English. Thanks for your comment! :)

27 March, 2016 - 03:16
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Thank you a lot metivier! I am really glad you like it! :)

31 March, 2016 - 02:39
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Great post SKard
http://versesintomymind.blogspot.gr/2016/03/memorizing-matthew-11.html

I have a question regarding the combined picture; Do you visualize the 'combined' image exactly as you displayed it in your post or do you create a more complex, vivid image in your mind?

31 March, 2016 - 04:32
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Thank you for your comment Rumburak! The image in my mind is similar. Not exactly the same as in my post. For example the image of the book I have in my post is the image of my Bible in my mind. The genealogy tree in my post has colour green in my mind. For Jesus I have an image of Jesus in my room which has a more Vyzantine style. The harp is also different in my mind. And for Abraham scenery I have an image from a movie I've seen.
You don't need to take these images as they are in my post. They are only there to help your imagination make images faster than you would made them alone.

Also, you don't have to make them extremely vivid in your mind. You don't need to make them moving or doing something crazy. As long as you remember their positions it will be very easy for you to remember the images. It is the same with your home. You don't have to make a crazy moving furniture in your mind to remember were it is in your home. You've just seen it and it has been saved in your memory.

SKard

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