Is it possible to memorize whole books? Memorize a whole deck of cards randomly shuffled? And more? The Phenomenol Memory course boasts that it can improve your memory 60x more. Needing a better way to improve memory, I dove in and took the course. Was it legit?
What’s Inside the Phenomenal Memory Course? (Also known as Pmemory or PmemoryX)
First thing you notice right away is that it is not a video course. Rather each day you get very clear, succinct written lessons in order to develop your skill. That can be good and bad as sometimes video is helpful in the learning process, and the text is harder to access.
Another important thing to note. It’s a skill. Just as much as working out or learning something new. There are fundamentals to learn. Here’s your opening:
As you see there are 60 lessons and with it comes a 60 day challenge. Each lesson builds on the next one so it’s important to do them in sequence. The lessons do have times on it and then they open up.
What is the Memorization Technique Used?
The memorization technique used in Pmemory is the chain method. You convert everything you need into images, and then the data is attached to those images. For example you think of an object such as a car, and attach in your mind a memory piece item to each component. Or for a room.
It’s a method that has been used for centuries to memorize things, but Pmemory just takes it to a next level. Memorizing a book means encoding the points into images, and attaching them to other images in your mind. There’s also a set of 100 numbers + images you need to memorize to make this system work.
Quick Example – Put only 2 objects in your mind at a time. In your mind take the next object in the list and put it on top of, to the right, or piercing the first object.
Refrigerator – basketball-arrow-curtain-mouse-pencil-orange
Think of the refrigerator, then perhaps the basketball on top of the fridge, then the arrow piercing the basketball, then a curtain hanging from the arrow, then a mouse dangling from the curtain, then a pencil being held by the mouse’s tail, and then an orange stuck on top of the pencil. No just having read this, see if you can recite this list of objects without looking.
Is it Hard to Learn?
The basics of the method are not hard to learn. But putting it all together, memorizing the cards and numbers, yes. This can get more complicated. Make no mistake. It’s work.
What’s the Phenomenal Memory Course used for?
This method will indeed teach you how to memorize random objects, steps, pieces of information, or even a shuffled deck of cards. So in some ways it can be helpful. Especially if you are student or in memory challenge tournaments.
In other ways one wonders what it can be used for. How often does one need to memorize lists of objects? Although if it’s for processes, college tests, or pieces of information, it can then be used. Here’s an example:
And here’s one for language learning:
How About the Guarantee?
The guarantee was not tested on our part but it appears that it is very conditional. You have to have done all the lessons in a certain amount of time to get the refund. So the recommendation is not to rely on the guarantee.
Overall Thoughts of the Giordano Phenomenal Memory System:
It does work. It’s a lot of work. But the question is how will this be used? If you need to memorize lists, things for college tests and more, then I think it could be helpful. It can probably even help you memorize faces and names.
As far as the ability to memorize languages it wasn’t found to be as helpful.
SIt is a lot of content, it’s work, it does have valid application, but not for all things.
Is it a scam? No. It is legit.
But be prepared to study. And know what you are going to use it for.
Our Rating is 6/10.
Click Here–> See More about Phenomenal Memory
Here’s a testimony (not ours but in general):