Basics of POA system

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#1 3 December, 2017 - 01:55
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Basics of POA system

Can someone explain me how Action And Object is formed in Number 15.

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if number is 15-16-33 Albert Lifting Cane
Im unable to understand how object and action of some other number(16 & 33) become action and object of another number (15-16-33)

3 December, 2017 - 21:07
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Each group of six digits is split into pairs.

The first pair is a person.
The second pair is an action.
The third pair is an object.

So for 15-16-33, you take one item from each column:

The person for 15.
The action for 16.
The object for 33.

Result: Einstein - lifting - cane

Check out the video on an introduction to memorizing numbers for details. If it still doesn't make sense after that, let me know.

4 December, 2017 - 07:41
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Actually problem is that how object of action of number changes for another number

4 December, 2017 - 10:03
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That has to do with the place of the numbers.

As Josh mentioned,

The first pair is a person.
The second pair is an action.
The third pair is an object.

In 151633, 15 is the first pair, 16 is the second pair and 33 is the third pair.
So to remember 151633, you take the person of 15, the action of 16 and the object of 33. That way you can remember the numbers (15, 16 and 33) and the order in which they appear.

In 163315, 16 is the first pair, 33 is the second pair and 15 is the third pair. Thus the image changes as you now have the person of 16, the action of 33 and the object of 15. That way 151633 and 163315 end up with different images

5 December, 2017 - 07:41
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Dear Maam do You keep all list of memory palace on Excel (Earlier you said you keep of PoA I downloaded it I'm using DC and mArEvL characters)

5 December, 2017 - 11:38
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I keep a list of most of them, yes

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