Memory power can be increased, says Memoryboy

Yes. It can be. It is said human beings have their own way of God-gifted memory power and this power can’t be increased. But 22 years old Mohammed Faisal, a student of Electronic Engineer from Delhi, claims that by due practice and planning this memory can be increased to the extent that even an absent-minded…

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Yes. It can be. It is said human beings have their own way of God-gifted memory power and this power can’t be increased. But 22 years old Mohammed Faisal, a student of Electronic Engineer from Delhi, claims that by due practice and planning this memory can be increased to the extent that even an absent-minded person can solve his memory problem. And on the basis of this concept, Mohammed Faisal got his name recorded in Record Holder Republic (RHR) Book of World Records 2007 and Open Book of World Records 2007.

He performed his memory demonstration at Ravindra Bharti Auditorium in Hyderabad on August 19. He showed his incredible memory power and guaranteed by telling ISD codes, capitals and currencies of 224 countries of the world each in just 0.8 second. At the initial stage people were not much convinced and did not believe it but as he continued by telling the capitals, currencies and ISD codes one by one under a span of one second and also with 100% accuracy, people inside the hall sat with their fingers crossed.

More to their surprise was his declaration that he could memorise 600 years of calendar and 50 mobile numbers in just one hour. And so he flabbergasted by telling them rightly the days of the dates of births of every person seated there.

Everyone got aghast as if it were a scientific technique or something else. Drawing their attention, Faisal said it was the extreme capacity of a human brain that it could hold up to information of 32 lakh books with hard work and self belief.

Earlier on February 25 he also got his name registered in India Book of Record 2007. He was awarded by Kapil Kalva, Vice President, RHR and Nitin Grover, Co-ordinator.

In a conversation with the Radiance, Faisal said that in order to memorise and recall something at a faster speed visualisation is a must. He said picture memory is 20 times stronger than word memory, which is why we all recall some scenes even after the passage of six or eight months but we easily forget what we have studied and all this happen because of imagination.

Now this dedicated memory boy desires to make his name in Guinness Book of World Record. Mohammed Faisal can be contacted at www.memoryboy.blogspot.com.