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Why do those particular memory images, or your own images, come to mind? I think sometimes we really “force” the memories to be readily available for instant retrieval by thinking, “I need to remember this”. I think you may be amazed at which memories come up, even if you have no idea why.
Many other memories bubbled up to the surface area – like sporting occasions, music efficiencies, graduations, my wedding event, death of a child, adoption of our kid, memories about his life, and so on. These might be called memory bubbles or memory clips.
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How does memory work and why?
Since I think every English speaking individual has actually seen it), think back on when you saw the motion picture Star Wars (I use this motion picture. What images flash into your mind? What individual parts do you remember?
Maybe the image of the desert on Tatooine? Perhaps it was Chewbacca playing holographic chess, or maybe the last explosion of the Death Star.
Why do those particular memory images, or your own images, entered your mind? Obviously, your brain decided to put those images in the “immediate retrieval” queue for some factor. Maybe the particular scene was amusing, or unfortunate, or simply plain interesting; and your subconscious decided you might have a requirement to obtain that specific memory quickly.
I think in some cases we really “force” the memories to be offered for immediate retrieval by thinking, “I require to keep in mind this”. Doing so, I think, requires our subconscious to override its default programs. However, most of the time it looks like the storage and ultimate retrieval of the memory is related to a specific emotional state.
Maybe the goal of the subconscious, when it concerns memories, is to show you a “film trailer” run-through of your life when the proverbial “My life passed in front of my eyes” moment occurs.
Keeping in mind
Now, think back on your past. Try to go chronologically. Do not force it, simply let it happen. Youll have certain memories leap to the front without really trying – they are just there. Perhaps you mored than happy at the time, or embarrassed, or frightened, or thrilled. Or, it may be one of those minutes you intentionally instructed your subconscious to save the memory. I think you might be amazed at which memories turn up, even if you have no idea why.
Heres why I started questioning this. I am “50-something” years old. When my mind wanders and Im feeling a bit sentimental and considering my past, it does not feel like I have 50+ years worth of memories. So, I began considering certain periods in my life, and particular images (like file clips) started appearing in my head.
Like the lunch table in kindergarten when we consumed “sugar rice” (I still gag a little when thinking about consuming that since I disliked it). Or, the reading circle in 3rd grade when I was promoted from the 2nd reading group to the 1st (or whatever the names were). Clearly, that memory turns up since I was proud.
Lots of other memories bubbled approximately the surface area – like sporting events, music performances, graduations, my wedding event, death of a baby, adoption of our child, memories about his life, and so on. These might be called memory bubbles or memory clips. Without a doubt, these clips turn up due to the fact that they was essential, or at least my subconscious determined them to be important.
While experiencing this memory loop, it did truly feel like I was enjoying a film trailer.
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