By increasing the difficulty of each exercise gradually, your inner visualization process is broadened progressively. After mastering "Exercise 4-Letter Word Intermingling," this exercise can be handled easily.
Begin by writing 50 five-letter words on a sheet of paper backwards and memorize them. Remove the list and think of two 5-letter words. Now write one forwards, while spelling the other backwards aloud. For example, write B - L - A -Z - E and spell M - R - A - L - A. Do the drill 20 times with different pairs of words. Now reverse the procedure and write one 5-letter word backwards and spell aloud another one forwards. For example, write S - T - S - E - T and spell C - A - R - T -S. Do this drill 20 times with different words.
Now think of two 5-letter words and intermingle one forwards and the other backwards. For example, S - T - A - R - T and B - E - G - I - N become SNTIAGRETB or BTERGAITNS. Do this drill 30 times with different words.
Next, intermingle two 5-letter words in a backward sequence like so: S - A - V -E - D and B - R - E - A - K become DKEAVEARSB. Do this drill with 30 sets of words.
Do these drills for 30 to 60 minutes per day or until all of them can be done with ease. With the completion of this exercise, your clarity and alertness will amaze you. More of your brain cells are becoming accessible to you, and your interaction with them is improving daily.
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