Our sub-conscious neurological programing system
Gaining knowledge is great, but it’s only as great as our ability to remember it.
While memory is impacted by many things, one of the big drivers of memory is what happens during deep-sleep consolidation, when our brain prioritizes what to transfer into long-term memory.
That sub-conscious decision that our brain makes “without us” every night isn’t as “out of our control” as we might think.
During consolidation, our brain looks for “cognitive markers” to determine what is important. Knowing what these are, and how to manufacture them, gives us more control over what we remember long term.
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