Two Relaxation Secrets For Studying Math That Condition You To Excel In Tests And Exams With No Stress, Worry Or Suffering – how to learn and memorize math
Harry Lorayne has pointed out that one of the reasons why we can’t remember the names of people we meet is because we haven’t paid attention to them in the first place. He’s right. I believe that tension, stress and not being present gets in the way of the attention needed for Memory Palace work.
The number one reason you want to be relaxed when you learn math is because it will train you to be relaxed when you are trying to recall the principles and formulas in an exam setting. Nothing is worse than knowing something but being unable to recall it due to nervousness or feeling like you are on the spot.
To that end, I want to share with you some principles of breathing that you can use while memorizing math.
We need relaxation in order to overcome such boundaries since so many of us experience confidence issues around our memories. Fortunately, this is easily done.
The two main strategies I use have wider applications than memory work alone. I recommend using them every day for general health as well.
I know of nine breathing techniques overall, one of which I will discuss in this chapter. It is called Pendulum breathing.
The second involves progressive muscle relaxation.