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It's hit and miss and really subjective as to how I respond to various recollections.
Totally agree, even the bad memories are good because they give some sort of explanation for previously perplexing behaviors.
WhiteAlice Having amnesia really, really sucks.
WhiteAlice Having amnesia really, really sucks. I did have my mother claim false memory for one of my recollections. I was really careful about how I worded it.
WhiteAlice As far as the butterfly catcher thing goes, I wasn't the person who used that phrase so I don't know if there are things that say this person is that.
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I agree with kwakakev keep a note book with you at all times. Write everything that comes to your mind. You might get bits and pieces like a puzzle. Eventually those bits and pieces will start to create a picture of your memory.
This is what Kathy Obrien did to help get her life back and most of her memory. She did not talk to others, even her husband didn't want to hear everything because he didn't want to influence her memory in any way. She kept a note book which in turn became her story. She wrote down her thoughts and memories and her book is called "Transformation of America pdf" you can find it in PDF word format on the internet. After reading her story I felt so bad for her that I purchased one of her books. The sad thing is it's full of triggers and should not be read by someone that has already been programed. But it's a great story about how she got her life and memory back bit by bit.
She basically deprogrammed herself through her notes. It takes years to get your life back just remember it took years to program you. Deprogramming yourself will take years also.
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Your mother at nineteen...a full adult getting slapped in the face by your father...like she was a child....which by the way would most ceryainly induce age regression as I bet that wasn't the first time he slapped her....and of course she overheard your grandmother telling that to someone over the phone...did your grandfather slap her across the face too?
That kind of tacks onto what I was saying earlier. It's all in how you associate stuff. Which is the basis of Pavlov's training, I think. I could be wrong.
Well not just that. You can learn from them. Like.. a bird getting sick from eating a Monarch butterfly. They learn right quick not to eat Monarch butterflies and poison themselves. (I'm not picking it because of the program. I just would rather talk about a bird getting sick than myself.)
Yeah I guess it could be described as amnesia. I just kind of think of it as "taken" or "missing". I was asked once about two years ago if I'd like to remember. I told the lady "only if it doesn't hurt me." So I woke up not remembering and cursing myself for an answer I'd taught myself to say when I was very small. Buzzer. Wrong answer!
So there are chunks at night and chunks in the day. Chunks in school, in the hospital, whatever. And it isn't that you think you've forgotten. They're just not there. They're missing.
I don't know if I'd talk to my mother about these things. Sure we used to talk about stuff when I was a kid. Mostly it was Dad... but now... I dunno. Heavy Southern accent, "I don't believe in that stuff" is her motto now. Makes me not want to bother. So. You got to broach the topic at all. Pretty big.
Yes, but I just wonder. Like they have a list of red flags for cults. If you were to list red flags, what would they be? Always good to recognize.
I think red flag 1 would be: an insisting way of always knowing more than you about everything. Curiosity about you as a person is on a superficial level. Say something and you're going to get corrected, either passively or aggressively. They would always need to feel superior in a way that has you following after.
hypnosis triggers dissociative responses in. a Monarch Multiple....and that can be counter-productive ....you want ASSOCIATIVE responses
and emotions are dangerous because they can trigger re-association into an integrated state
high memory recollection
Yet when not in the dissociative state induced and guided by their handler, the victim can have no recollection about any mission or it's details.
There are many different reasons and conditions affecting memory recall, as an example the mind controlled victim at the hands of a handler can remember all about their latest mission. Yet when not in the dissociative state induced and guided by their handler, the victim can have no recollection about any mission or it's details.
From your descriptions, it does sound like if the victim does work towards overcoming their fear of death it will help towards mitigating some of the boobie traps. But with these experiments, it does appear that many different techniques and approaches have been and continue to be tried, so what might work for some will not work for others.