I was searching for an answer to my question and landed here on this forum, I am in a serious need of help.
I am about to start learning this with Memory palace method but one thing which haunts me is the idea that I will run out of memory palaces eventually sooner or later and then I wouldn’t be able to learn/memorize more after that.
I know this is not true. But you know, I tried a small memorization example yesterday from Josh Foer’s Moonwalking with Einstein and I committed that in my memory palace ( my home and it is perfectly committed there. BUT it is just a practice question/thing I really don’t want to remember that random stuff and I feel like I have wasted a memory palace for that random stuff ( this idea is making me sick as I wanted to practice but I am THINKING THAT IF I PRACTICE MORE I WILL CONSUME EVERY MEMORY PALACE IN MY HEAD ). And after that when I move to more valuable thing to memorize there will be the unavailability of memory palace. AND THIS IDEA IS EATING ME UP AND I AM NOT MOVING ANY FORWARD. Any help would be deeply appreciated.
- I wanted to know how to clear memory Palace ( if it is possible ).
- How the memory champions are practicing so much before their competitions ( really I want to know how they create so many memory palaces for each and every single practice session).
Suppose, someone wanted to memorize a random deck of card ( or any small information just for practice and getting good at it. ) and he memorizes it completely in 5-6 mins. BUT this is not a good time so he goes for another round of practice with another random set of cards to reduce the time needed ( so my question is, the person used a memory palace earlier is now completely wasted because it was filled with random deck of previous practice session and now it is of no use ). If a person practices 80-90 time a day with an ambition to reduce the time taken and uses a random deck of cards every time, then he is wasting the 80-90 memory palaces for just practicing nothing more. ( I have calculated for a single day ).
Please I wanted to come out of this problem ( or at least it is problematic in the way I am thinking about it.)