Creative Memory

Unleash Your Creative Memory And Deepest Motivations

Creative memory activates all brain areas (thus eliciting cooperation between them becomes easier).

Memory also stores the motivations of our various parts which can be acknowledged and fulfilled. We want to encourage broader perspectives by envisioning new meaning in your life experiences.

Through creative memory, you draw on many inner resources and skills: memories of life experiences, dreams, your imagination. Association involves the generation of ideas, images and experiences from your past that can later be shaped to beneficial ends.

When you understand how your memory works, and when you use simple brain-friendly techniques, you can vastly improve your memory to the point you will never doubt your memory again. Never. Ever.

DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY, LEARNING ABILITY and CREATIVITY

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"In the New Age the Daughters of Memory shall become the Daughters of Inspiration" -- William Blake

Self concepts, imagination, dreams and creative memory are all born in childhood. We are engaging this process to accent the empowering influences that accompanied us through life but perhaps haven't matured. We also want to acknowledge those parts of us that stifle our best efforts... those parts that sabotage our greatness. We don't want to confront these aspects per-se, which increases the antagonism within. Actually we want to embrace these parts, lovingly thanking them for looking out for our best interests, and "relieve them of duty".

Like the World War 2 soldier, stranded on some South Pacific island still dutifully carrying out his original mission, not realizing that the war has been over for years, we have aspects within, standing on alert, ready to crush resembling an enemy. The unfortunate thing is that these parts were trained when we were defenseless children and the "enemy" of that time may no longer be a threat. In fact, what these parts guard against might be just what we need to develop now... eloquently talking to strangers, standing before a crowd to deliver a speech, standing up to "authority figures", or expressing what we feel within.

Creative memory allows us to ask these parts what it is they want for us. Sensitive "listening" will render answers. Thank this part for wanting that benefit for you, then offer a more mature method of securing it. Further, find out from the part what it was looking for through seeking the first result. Ask the part, "if you had THAT (intended result) fully and completely, what would that give you which you want even more?" Repeated questioning and listening leads to profound states of fulfillment, all without further alienating aspects of ourselves that have been isolated for too long.

Focus on the most significant aspect of your memory. You might visualize a particular room or the backyard of your house on a summer day when something significant happened to you: a fateful accident, a moment of serious conflict, an unexpected gift, a moment of friendship or intimacy. These are the elements of creative memory.

Childhood provides a treasure house of creative memories... turn your attention to it. Raise up the sunken feelings of this enormous past... your personality will grow stronger... out of this immersion in your own world, healing comes. This adds new meaning to your life.

Read more about how you can improve your life with Memory Training. You can especially benefit from Remembering Names; Memory and Zen; and How to Remember Anything!. Other readings of interest are Memory Loss and Short Term Memory.