Brain Storage and Processing


And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart,
all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength.
Mark 12:30 (NLT)

Does it matter what kinds of memories we store in our brains? Does it matter which memories I choose to think about over and over again?

Did you know that each time a memory comes into your working brain (your present thoughts), you have the power to think about it = make it stronger OR choose to think about something else = weaken the thought. It is helpful to have a replacement thought ready and practiced so that you can reject the thought that brings you to a negative place.

Some of us like the science of how this works. This graph gives us a simplified picture of how we store our memories. Visit the Home Page of my website and ask for the FREE copy: Move from Negative to Positive—Make Hope Your New Habit. Fill out the form, and the step-by-step guide to changing your thoughts will be emailed to you.

How the Human Brain Store Memories Infographic. Topic: mind, neuroscience, amnesia, dementia, cognitive psychology, memory, Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, mental health.


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