Friday, 3 November 2000

From "Hax"

By Francis Crot.

Five or ten minutes after Charlie dies, find a quiet place where you can sit down and relax, then go through these good times in your mind. Don't worry if quite a lot of the material seems to have been forgotten. Spend a couple of minutes on this exercise and never strain yourself to recall elusive items. Just make an educated guess about anything you can't recall. Repeat each good time to yourself just once and make a written note if you can. This helps the initial neurological consolidation of the memories from short term to permanent, long term recordings. About an hour later, have a second recall session, exactly as before, going through all the good times without undue strain, repeating them to yourself. New aspects and data will reappear by association. The third session should take place about three hours later, the next after six hours, preferably before going to sleep. This makes maximum use of the consolidation occurring during the dreaming process.

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