|Topic:||Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content|
In what I propose there is no need to dwell with represssed memories.|
We already know people in ways recreate memories on an ongoing basis due to F2 transforms.
Which changes the meaning in what FA means to them or us.
Then the point of dealing with repressed memories becomes absurd.
A prac I trained had a woman come in and telling him she wanted memories deleted.
I think her intention was great however missdirected.
My traineee went stuck in her consious F2 since if she got help she needed there would be no need to delete any memories.
They simply would have changed meaning.
(New recreation of memories)
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Examples of structure vs. content||06/10/2003 20:49:20||Martin Messier|
|Re:Examples of structure vs. content||06/10/2003 22:47:33||Robert|
|Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||06/10/2003 23:39:41||Sean|
|Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||06/10/2003 23:48:30||Martin Messier|
|Re:Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||07/10/2003 06:38:34||Robert|
|Re:Examples of structure vs. content||07/10/2003 05:03:55||Todd Sloane|
|Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||07/10/2003 06:46:35||Robert|
|Re:Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||08/10/2003 03:17:29||Todd|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Examples of structure vs. content||10/10/2003 16:29:20||Robert|