GMS is indeed very different from other books, courses etc… I’m using Mattias Ribbings book Vagen till Masterminne at the moment that is based on GMS and it is mind blowing what he accomplished with these techniques. It’s a shame that Ribbings book is only available in Swedish. I had to translate it with google translate to understand (about 75-85%) of it into my own language. Luckily Dutch and Swedish are in the same language family and I understand most of it. Great book and very different from other memory books because GMS don’t use stories only connecting two pictures with different techniques and that is not how most memory books work at all. I’m now doing the exercises in the book and have a hard time, but I think if I stick with it I will reap rewards later on.
It seems that the original Pmemory site is gone forever or at least I couldn’t find anything anymore online. It took Mattias Ribbing 4 months to finish it. I have seen the original course and I have to say that the learning curve is very steep indeed. Ribbings book is a bit more realistic, but one thing that Ribbing feels strong about is that you need to push yourself to go fast and don’t spend more then 6 seconds on making the connection between the two images. Use the 4 guidelines for seeing the pictures in your head and go fast. Normally you learn with most things in live that you start slowly and then speed up. With GMS this is not the case and I’m struggling with that.
@Bogdamn maybe you can ask your questions here and people that have done the course can help you with it. There must be a few here that have finished the course.