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I am about to start my anatomy course and I'm planning on using the method of loci.
However, I'm a bit uncertain in how to structure it all. Should I for instance have one journey for the skeletons of the arm, another journey for the muscles of the arm and then a third journey for the insertions and origins?
Or should I try to link the parts together? One locus for a muscle, its insertions, origins, nerve supply etc feels like quite a lot. At the same time it feels quite ineffective to have a separate journey for everything, as it also means I gotta have another separate "made up" path through the real anatomical body.
Any input/tip is very much appreciated!