Marvelled by Memory

All our memories are intertwined in a web of associations. This is not a simple metaphor, but a reflection of the physical structure of the brain. The mass of 1,300 grams that crowns our spine is made up of about 100,000 million neurons, each of which can be set between 5,000 and 10,000 synapses with other neurons. Memory, in the most basic physiological level, is a network of connections between those neurons. Every sensation we remember, every thought we entertain, transform our brain to modify the connections within that vast network. When you reach the end of this sentence, your brain will have experienced physical changes …. With respect to what we know about the brain, we are like someone looking at a city from an airplane, flying high … However, one thing is clear: the nonlinear associative nature of our brain makes it impossible for us to consciously register our memories in an ordered manner

Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything is a nonfiction book by Joshua Foer, first published in 2011.[1] Moonwalking with Einstein debuted at no. 3 on the New York Times bestseller list and stayed on the list for 8 weeks.[2] (Wikipedia)

Using the techniques described in this book from a hypnotic state, we have the ability to retain information in a more quick and effective manner. Hypnotherapy can help to increase our memory potential.

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About Anna Pons

Certificat (CPPD), Post Graduat Certificat (PGCert) i Post Graduat Diploma (PGD) en Hipnoteràpia Clínica, London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) i Universitat de West London (UWL)
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