Plant Goals in a Landscape – 1 Hour
A landscape or outdoor scene is used as a base for participants to chart their goals resulting in a personal roadmap that is easily visualized to help one stay on course.
Locus-based memory systems work because the location is fixed, so that we can always walk ourselves mentally back through the same places to pick up the various pieces of information that we deposited there.
When we use the art of location, we position images or data for anything else we want to remember, in a tangible, fixed place in our mind, such as the image of a house that we know well or a a familiar journey. When we want to remember the information, we retrace our steps and find the data is still moored there, where we left it.
Dominic O”Brien, “Learn to Remember”
Unique internal memory system uses visualization and association that accesses both the left and right sides of the brain for greater effectiveness. By using a natural setting and imagination, one can walk through a space with markers as guide posts signifying key things vital to success.
- Greater creative thinking
- Spark right and left brain power
- Visual associations that have staying power
- Appreciation of natural perspective