Saturday, August 16, 2014

Feeling Focus Memory Model for Exceptional Creativity and Quick Problem Solving

Feeling Focus Memory Model for Exceptional Creativity and Quick Problem Solving

How do we make choices? we refer to our memories and decide what we believe will provide the best outcome.

If we could somehow make the choice without referring to memories we could in-turn make that choice without having any expectation. No past, no future.

Expectation can make a nice gift seem cheap or a great race seem slow. But expectation also can cause a great thing to be "an individual success". This is very specific wording, individual, because it is our individual memories that makes us who we are.

So our memories define us: our age, our sense of self, confidence level in societal normalcy.

If we could forget our memories - not by covering them up - but by taking in and remembering the feeling of the memory and the lesson learned. Memories could be stored by feeling rather than by details. It's a bit like cloud computing versus everything on a local drive.

To put this another way: humanity's current understanding of memory is that we store each individual memory by creation of neuronal connections.
In a next-model-human memories are based on feelings and stored as a vibration. The vibration is classified by chakra type. As we experience some interconnection with life we identify the feeling vibrations then store the memory under that vibration's accessible library. This creates a sense of deja vu but also allows a great amount of connections to similar events; this allows exceptional creativity and extremely quick, very capable problem solving skill.

Jerald Bland, M.A.T.P.
Master of Arts Transpersonal Psychology

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