Our memory of the past is just what we say it is. We feel like we have a video machine in our head, with an accurate recording of past events. But what we really have is what we say happened. In any case, what happened to us doesn’t really matter; it is only the meaning that we place on what we say happened that…
The subconscious mind must first sift through an average of ~2,000,000 bits of data per second to select “important” data and screen-out “unimportant” bits of data. (“Important data” is defined as anything that supports what I have already experienced and “made sense of” — My Maps of the World). The amount of “Raw Data” that…
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