@McBrian16 I have thought of an improvement to this method in which the first two letters of two words in a story are taken or stored in working memory and a word is formed through them and then this process is repeated with the next two words,
And if at anytime a word can not be formed by the two letters that have are in our working memory then we can eliminate the first letter from our working memory and move on to the second lefter or we can discard both the letters that are stored in our working memory entirely,
Optional- With this improvement we can chose only to take the first two letters of keywords and if we want then also the joining words only, We can also chose to remove one letter of a keyword from our working memory and creating a word out of the remaining two letters.
Important- Every word should be the name of an object who’s image you have seen and can remember and those objects should be added to a memory palace to create a new memory palace.
And I had created two memory palaces one with your original method and another with the method which I have posted here and whenever I was having trouble recalling any text from the memory palace which I had created from the first version of the Story Palace Construction Method I used a rope to transport me to a second memory palace created using the method which I have posted above and after that I got a great temporary speed and memory boost and I was able to recall more of that text which I had trouble recalling with a slightly below average recall speed until that temporary recall boost lasted which was truly effective within its first second and I hope to be able to increase the length it soon,
Partial Evidence for this method
Scientists in many studies have found that recall increases if a person who has forgotten an item(maybe also known as a chunk) is cued about it almost immediately, and by this I mean the total recall in a memory test which was done in those studies,
And In this memory technique a person associates information to objects in the Mind Palace created using the Story Palace Construction method and then when recalling that information if that person struggles to remember that associated information then he almost immediately uses an object(decided by him) to teleport himself to the second memory which contains objects whose names’ first two letters are acronyms for two words in a sentence which is a cue that is “The first letter of two words in a sentence is y and z” and beachse this is a Memory Palace people can know the positions of x number of first words in a sentence of x words and this can be used to expand this cue,
And I have thought of another improvement to the Story Palace Construction Method which I will be posting below.