How To Memorize Lines - Best Memorization Techniques





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Published on Jun 30, 2015


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The Mind Palace also known as the Memory Palace or Method of Loci has been around for at least 2500 years and it is no surprise that famous people throughout history have used it.

Shakespeare actually used this memory training technique in the Globe theatre to teach his actors how to memorize lines. It is a simple yet extremely effective technique to memorize lines.

The concept of this memory training technique is that you select places in your room to be locations where you mental store data. The first step is to turn the lines that you want to memorize into pictures and then visualize these images around the rooms in your mind.

You could use rooms in your home or use the actual theatre where you will be reciting the lines as Shakespeareโ€™s actors did. Either way is extremely effective. The more vivid, unusual and creative the images are the more likely that you will recall them.

This method is more effective than rote memorization of simply saying the lines over and over until they stick in your brain.

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Read through your script once to get a feel for the text and then go back and turn the key words into pictures and visualize them in your Mind Palace. Remember it is not necessary to turn every word into pictures just the main ideas of each line or thought.


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