Memory is the ability to receive, store and reproduce experiences, events, and situations. Memory is divided into voluntary and involuntary. Involuntary memory does not require additional efforts from a person to memorize and reproduce. And voluntary memory can work only on additional efforts to the very process of reproduction or memorization. These data are located in the Memory Sector and are reproduced due to the vibrations of the Nines in the DNA.
From position and co-vibration with other parts of DNA, Memory can be divided into five subtypes: auditory, verbal-logical, short-term, long-term, and operational. The memory potential of all people is the same, but as a rule, only one of them dominates. In life, with internal and external factors, this situation may change.
The tendency to quickly gain experience is also the area of responsibility of the vibrational Nines. It is due to the Energy of Memory that we can assimilate. Therefore, this indicator indicates a person's propensity for assimilation, migration, and localization.
Memory is a resource from speech. It is on the type of memory that a person’s vocabulary, propensity to learn foreign languages , and the presence of a tendency to slang depend on. Vibrational energy Memory is a resource for logical activity. Modern technology and many gadgets put our DNA in a position where we need more Logic. Due to this, our spoken language and memory suffer. Because of this, the Vibrational Fives and Nines of DNA are considered together in the analysis.