Repetition with Complete Decoding
Repetition with complete decoding is used during the memorized data fixation in the brain 3 to 4 days following the memorization.
Miscellaneous information is fixed as associations in the brain. Every association is fixed on an auxiliary support image. Repetition with complete decoding is similar to the following:
Suppose you have an image of a “can with medicines” representing a drug store fixed on a “door” support image. Images of “carpet,” “spider,” and “tea” are fixed with connections on different can parts. This is the telephone number of the drug store: 389-53-04. When activating this combination of visual images in your imagination, you also have to turn on your speech analyzer in order to translate several association images into an oral statement. In other words, when you remember this picture, you need to say: “A drug store – phone number: three hundred eighty nine, fifty three, zero four.”
Note that you should not give images common names. You have to see images in your imagination, but say NUMBERS out loud.
Particularly, terms and names that are memorized repeatedly require repetition with complete decoding. In these cases, if you remember wisent, condom, and sinker - you need not name these images, but remember the name of the state – Wisconsin.
Anamnesis is similar to reading a book in GMS®: the only difference is that you do not see a text; instead, you see pictures which represent certain information elements in your imagination. Information is literally “read” from the imagination, as if it were a book with illustrations and you know what each illustration stands for.