Remember. Forget. Consciously. Unconsciously.


Some stressful experiences – such as chronic childhood abuse – are so traumatic, the memories hide like a shadow in the brain and can’t be consciously accessed. Eventually, suppressed memories can cause debilitating psychological problems. Scientists have discovered how and where the brain stores those stressful memories and how to retrieve them. The findings could lead to new treatment for patients with repressed traumatic memories. (1)

We want to remember.

We want to forget.

But what is important here is not the notion or remembering or forgetting. What is important here is that the unconscious affects and determines the conscious. Could we be unconscious beings with the obstacles of having consciousness? Could we view consciousness as an obstacle at all?

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Why not?

All our problems stem from consciousness. All reality stems from consciousness. Who says reality must exist? Consciousness? Who says problems are part of life? Consciousness?

Question the obvious.

Even your own self.

In a dark place. From where it all started…

Raw. Uncensored.


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