Two Image Types

Visual images are divided into two types in GMS®.

The first is a support image type. Such images do not contain any information. They serve to help memorize and remember information consecutively, as well as for system memorization. A sequence of support images is well fixed in memory beforehand; anamnesis of any information happens through the support image system.

The second type, associations, denotes a combination of visual images that encode the memorized data: phone numbers, addresses, names, historical dates, and other precise information.

Associations and the data encoded in them can be remembered without using support images and without running through all sequences. In this case, a reproduction of an association only occurs when the brain perceives one of the association elements (various questions of the memorized data). From the GMS® point of view, any question is a direct hint, since it AUTOMATICALLY activates the association that contains both the question and the answer in the brain.

In this type of connection, it seems that one can limit his brain to memorizing associations because they are reproduced like a reaction to a question. This is incorrect. Sequence memorization based upon a system of support images is necessary, due to the fact that connections created anew are spontaneously erased. The support image system is used not only to allow consecutive anamnesis, but also to allow compulsory uniform activation of all memorized data in order to AFFIX it in the brain.