Backing off a bit like others have said might be a good idea, but beyond that, wanna give some more general and specific thoughts on this batch of kanji.
For me, knowing what the radicals actually are helps a lot of the time. I’ll still use wanikani’s sometimes anyway, don’t get me wrong, but. For example, 祝 is a shrine on the left, not a pelican, so I think about celebrating at a shrine because my brother has accomplished something (or maybe he’s leading things?), because shrines are where you celebrate. Aside from that, make your own combinations and mmemonics. I don’t know wanikani’s mnemonics for these kanji because I’m not that level, but I do know the kanji, and I think of 触 as gently touching the corner of a bug (butterfly specifically) because they’re so delicate and you don’t want to damage the scales on their wings. And as for creating my own ‘radicals’ I tend to think of the part in 展 as a deformed 表, which also helps with the meaning in this case.
As for readings, I don’t use too many mnemonics for readings, but you aleady know quite a bit of Japanese right? Have you leveraged that by looking at what words you already know that use these kanji? For example, you’re probably familiar with 無視 (ignore), and that makes it easy to remember the reading of 視, right?
That’s all my advice. Good look.