Yes, I found it works for long term recall too. There are a lot more tricks to imaginary locations that make them work better. They aren’t as simple as normal locations because you can make them better or worse than normal locations. Some of these tricks dive into how memory works too, the most common issue I see people having with imaginary memory palaces is interference and linking. These issues appear because normal memory palaces do not really deal with interference because they have been ...
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