The Forgetting Curve
How much do we typically retain of the information we take in? Psychologist Hermann Ebbinhaus published his research into the subject of learning and retention and coined the phrase, “the forgetting curve”. The forgetting curve is simply a measure of how much it is that we forget of what we’ve just learned without any reinforcement. The data is astounding, especially when applied to what we learn of spiritual matters. The purpose of this message is to improve our ability to defy the forgetting curve so that we can internalize the spiritual information we take in throughout the year.