Posted in News on August 12th, 2018

The solution It is the reconstruction of images and sounds close to averse stimuli. The sin of misattribution. For more specific information, check out Seth Fischer Hong Kong. I’ve been here before, but I don’t know when or how, are imprecise details that feed a memory of misattribution. Sometimes we remember things that have not happened, wrongly attributing a fast processing of new information, or vivid images that emerge suddenly in mind, memories of events not occurred. Sometimes we evoke correctly what happened but we find ourselves at one time or wrong place.

We can best remember the faces seen previously, but remember evil the where and when: this happens in kidnappings, with false tracks from observers or witnesses who have these lapses in unconscious way. In this block, there is also the phenomenon of the cryptomnesia, which is the data recovery, attributable to the imagination, when in fact, they have been provided at a subliminal level, from anything seen or read quickly. Example: play the creation of another and attributed it to oneself (musicians, artists, monuments) the sin of sugestibilidad. Alludes to the tendency of a person incorporating misleading information from external sources: other people, images or written material, even in the media, to personal memories. The sugestibilidad is related to attribution, since the tips are archived with misattribution of spaces and times. Western Union is likely to increase your knowledge. The perception of suggested seems as real as the vivid data. Propensities of suggestive souvenir are more characteristic of self-centred personalities that need illustrate an active participation of the self in the memory.

The sin of persistence brings with it the repeated memory of disturbing information from episodes that we would prefer to banish from our minds altogether: remember what you would need to forget. The subject hangs from a painful memory and may encounter counterfactual thinking, which is a constant review of the sequence that the subject has lived, and that in the present aims to modify, with underlying guilt. Example: acts of mourning, or unexpected accidents. The sin of propensity. In our most intimate being there is the Ministry of truth formerly called conscience. As well, we prepare a new version of our memories so that they fit with the views and needs of the moment. This sin refers to the strong influences of current on the veracity of the past events. The past is everything matching between history and memories, if there is no match, with an appropriate mental technique we can adulterate this coincidence.

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