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UNCONSCIOUS PERMISSION TO REMEMBER

UNCONSCIOUS PERMISSION TO REMEMBER
Now, in the case, for example, of a traumatic event, I’ll ask
both the conscious and the unconscious mind the following: “Is it
appropriate to remember the event?” You see, one of the things
about traumas and phobias is that there are some learnings that
have occurred where part of them is protecting or that part of
them needs to remember.
PRESERVE LEARNINGS
Before you make major changes to the past, I would like to
suggest that you will also want to say to the person something
like, “Before we change this memory completely, you know that
you learned something from that event, and it’s important to
learn from the past, so I’d like to ask you to preserve the
learnings. You can preserve the things you learned from this
event in the special place that you reserve for all such learnings.”
By the way, I don’t know if there is a special place, but if it sounds
right, they’ll put it there. If they do not have one, they can make
one. They will, I promise. Prior to making substantial changes to
a memory, remember to preserve the learnings in that special
place that they reserve for all those learnings. After you’ve done
that, go ahead and take out the memory. In some trauma cases it
is not appropriate or not necessary to take out the memory
completely.
You have to check with the client in each case. If someone, for
example, has been raped, you must preserve the learnings for her
so that she can make sure that she knows the next time what the
signs are. Then you may or you may not want to take out the
memory. We don’t want her to have to go through the same
experiences to acquire the same knowledge, do we? No.
Whereas, in some cases, like a mouse phobia, what’s to learn? You
can say, “Preserve the learnings, put them in that special place,”
and then destroy the memory. It depends on what’s more
appropriate and ecological. It is essential to check with the
client’s conscious and unconscious mind in an appropriate
manner.

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