Moving Your Eyes Side to Side Triggers Memory
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#1: Moving Your Eyes Side to Side Triggers Memory Author: X14Halo PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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I found this neat article.... http://www.livescience.com/health/070425_eyes_memory. html

Would be interesting to try it upon waking up in order to remember dreams.

#2:  Author: Talon Arana PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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Wow that's interesting! I think I will try it tommorow morning :D
Thanks for posting that! ^^

#3:  Author: Talon Arana PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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Hey! I just wanted to come back and report I had success with the technique.

I blanked out about my dream about 10 minutes after I woke up, I happened to remember the eye-side-to-side thing, and tried it out... It worked!

Thanks very much, I can remember very much of what I dreamt last night now-- I will definitely use it every morning (as my dream recall has been off lately~!)

Thank you very much for posting this~!
With deep levels of appreciation,
-Talon

#4:  Author: Marvin PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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Talon Arana wrote:
I will definitely use it every morning (as my dream recall has been off lately~!)

me too, if I don't forget. I really need a better recall since I lost the touch with dreaming recently >_>

And I'm writing a big history test tomorrow, maybe I will try it there, too, if it really comes to be necessary

#5:  Author: altheman9993 PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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Oooh, I didn't think of using this for Dream recall, I use it for tests though siiw (Read about it in the newspaper)

#6:  Author: Kava PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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Oh man that is so cool, thanks for posting this.

#7:  Author: SRV PostPosted: Mon 14 May, 2007
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That is great !!!

I tried it just after reading he article and I remembered a bit of my day and I remembered words I have read a while ago.

I'l try it later because it's not one test which will determine the authenticity of the experience.

#8:  Author: Snape PostPosted: Tue 15 May, 2007
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/Snape sits at his work desk moving eyes shiftily left to right, right to left, slightly squinting.
Colleague walks past, looking worried.
Back to work

#9:  Author: onorm PostPosted: Tue 15 May, 2007
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This morning, I manage to recall about most of my dreams but I knew I had forgot one or two

Then, while in the bathroom, I tried that "moving your eyes side to side" thing for 30 seconds, and 2 dreams came back!! Either a "coincidence" or causes by that brain stimulation!!

This memory trigger trick seems to be working quit well!

#10:  Author: altheman9993 PostPosted: Tue 15 May, 2007
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Perhaps this could be used as a Reality check, it might help you remember that you were asleep.

#11:  Author: The Slave PostPosted: Wed 16 May, 2007
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Sounds good and propable, in my opinion, in the light of what we know. Is it not so that when you are thinking your eyes tend to look up? It might have been something else but this is how I remember it. Anyway, this has to be tried out. Any trick that helps will do...

#12:  Author: Computer PostPosted: Sun 20 May, 2007
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Sounds very interesting. Is it best done with eyes closed or with eyes opened?

#13:  Author: callender55 PostPosted: Mon 21 May, 2007
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i haven't visited the site in forever but i saw this and tried it. it definately worked!!

#14:  Author: Snape PostPosted: Tue 22 May, 2007
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It's an interesting concept alright yes
I have induced some fairly vivid HI in the past, using this technique.

#15:  Author: Hradska PostPosted: Tue 22 May, 2007
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I have just tried the technique here at work, and I dont know if its a placebo effect but I feel my thinking got a bit brighter...

wink



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