I think Hindus have an almost complete system for generative palaces of memory. It is specially made complex and hard to learn. In addition to memory for all thoughts during the day, it offers a kind of programming of the intellect, changing the entire string of thoughts through a series of filters and transforming images,mind abstract automatas(it’s like mental math based on locies). But I repeat, the system is specially re-integrated so that a simple person can not use it without knowledge.
Part of the rules for building real temples is contained in Vastushastras.
“The Vastu purusha mandala has been defined as “a collection of rules which attempt to facilitate the translation of theological concepts into architectural form.” This law of proportions and rhythmic ordering of elements not only found full expression in temples, but extended to residential and urban planning as well. This paper argues that the influence of the Vastu purusha mandala extended beyond building activity to encompass the cultural milieu as well. The first section discusses the principles underlying the Vastu purusha mandala. The application of the Vastu purusha mandala in residential design and city planning is discussed in the second section. The implications of the mandalas on the social milieu are also identified. Finally, the current status of the mandala in contemporary Indian architecture and urban design are identified.”
This is about 1% of the memory system and improving the intelligence of Hindus, which is also divided into several parts…
Like this http://blog.sreebhairavi.com/2016/03/11/297
Other 99% encrypted in sacred texts, real temples.
I plan to reassemble everything, in parts, using the latest developments in computer science, linguistics, pedagogy and neurobiology of cognitive functions. I will clean all stereotypes, inefficient parts and religion, in order to get a truly rational upgraded system, engine and language wich locies and other codes can be generated, understood by computers&humans. If indian temple 100% I want infinity%. :))) But first I will use the current analysis of modern authors who came close to the problem of universal temple for all brain&world aspects.
A bit of history:
Many countries have adopted and transformed part of the Indian system. For example, Tibetans, Chinese and Koreans used the modified Vastu temple and other systems running on it(I-ching, feng shui, medicine systems, monks methodology for upgrading mind, etc…). They contain nothing mystical, but only practical things - Lynne Kelly raised this idea in her books about tibal mnemonics - at this point Temle systems and tribal systems are same. But by the time Temple and based on it systems corrupted by esoterics and because of information losses -now they only imitation of old self:((
After centuries the Greeks take 0,00001% of Temple and create simple mind palace technic ¯_(ツ)/¯
After centuries Giordano Bruno reinvented 2% of Chinese Temple:) Later, his ideas were taken by the Masons for their soulcrafting palaces. They reinvented other 2% of Chinese Temple but lost 80% of Bruno’s technics¯_(ツ)/¯
But let’s go back to the Asian temple I know.
Let’s call it the Old Asian Temple. Firstly I will open one of the main ideas of the Asian temple:
First concept raised by the author of mnemology and Korean mnemonics ten years ago:
…can you briefly explain the basic principles?
-At this stage, I see it this way: you are constructing some model of the world, a copy of the real world. You need watch for 2 moments:
- The virtual world must be strictly ordered.
- The virtual world should be connected with the real on the principle of similarity.
I want to remember the weather, as is, in fact to have the opportunity to ask my memory the question: “What was the weather on March 22, 2006?” To achieve this, you need to create virtual weather in the virtual world, which operates on a clear schedule. And then every day to connect virtual weather with the real.
I want to remember books, as is, in fact, to have the opportunity to ask my memory the question: “What does it say on page 22 of Freud’s Introduction to Psychoanalysis?” To achieve this, you need to create a virtual library in the virtual world and create a copy of this book there. At the same time, a virtual book should have some clear structure, a system of virtual places, to consolidate a real book.
This virtual world Koreans called the Inner Temple. Apparently the skill was in more detailed assimilation. At some point, the Koreans moved into a state of permanent memorization, that is, they did not leave the temple, presenting simultaneously a virtual world and at the same time were in the real world. And at the next stage they destroyed the Temple, because the whole process was automatic. For this they trained for about 10 years.
Now my interest is attracted to the task of bringing order to the virtual world, more precisely to create a model of the virtual world that would be the most orderly and at the same time simple enough to be in it.
For example, how to remember the events of the day, only combining them with events of a virtual day. For this you need to have something like a virtual timetable. We must live as if 2 lives: one in the Temple, one real. But if the real life is spontaneous enough and unpredictable, then the life in the Temple should be on schedule. And so that the schedule allowed to restore the event in the Temple according to its date and time, and quite definitely.
It is possible to argue thus: in a year of 12 months, than they differ? Weather. So the month of the event should be related to the weather. In a month about 30 days, what are they different about? Well, they are not very different, so you need to bring something. For example, the type of activity. 1 number - build a house, 2 number - build a bridge, etc. Next day is 24 hours, than the clock is different from each other? The position of the sun. You can connect the situation in the Temple with the position of the Sun. So at 9 o’clock we are in the 9th sector of the Temple, etc.
Next, we begin to simply relate the events in the Temple with the events in life, look for common places. For example, in the Temple I build a bridge in the 9th sector. In life, food is in the subway. I find common places: common colors, shapes, movements, etc., etc. But one must understand part of the Temple should be rigidly fixed. If I build a bridge in the 9th sector, it must be red granite. If I plant flowers in the 7th sector, then they are necessarily lilies. Etc.(** it’s like a background-theme for room perspectives for grouping images with index like a alphabets words technic.)
The main problem is that it is difficult to find a general ordering algorithm for all cases of life(!). And for every detail (whether it’s a kind of color, or a form of a bridge), I do not want to come up with my own algorithm. The most promising system of its kind that I managed to come up with is the so-called Fractal Shell, a set of keys that allows you to set up a match (see http://mnemology.blogspot.com/2009/01/blog-post.html ). But this Fractal Shell itself must be constructed. It is necessary to find the basic agreement between numbers, forms, materials, colors, sizes, etc. From the basic relationships it will be possible to unambiguously deduce all the others. And when the problem arises of determining the type of bridge in the Temple in a certain sector, we will deduce it according to the rules of the Fractal shell in a matter of seconds.
In brief, things are as follows.
In the following articles, I will tell you about the differences of the old Asian temple from the classical art of memory and draw a picture of an Asian temple. I will do this indirectly, through listing the solutions to problems that the Asian temple solves, but the classical memory palace can not.
After that I provide you with upgraded New Temple v.1 (created by author of mnemology).