Singling Out Parts of an Image

Practically all objects consist of parts. These parts are inevitably connected to the object itself. Further, these connections, if perceived regularly, are automatically fixed by the brain. Consequently, the method of singling out image parts is based on natural associations, that is, connections created naturally when one perceives an object.

You should always single out (choose) images from an object in the same order: left to right and top to bottom (like we usually read or write).

Any selected sub image must be represented separately and largely in imagination.

The chosen images are support (stimulating) images; as with any support images, they must never be repeated.


Images selected using this method are normally final images in the support image system. Associations encoding specific memorized data are directly connected to them.