what is your earliest memmory?

@ESKARENA1 (18299)
February 12, 2007 4:37am CST
I have recently come by some work in psychology which suggests we never actually forget anything. This got me thinking. If we can access any memory under hypnosis, including from the womb, what are fellow mylotions earliest memmories?????????
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@ss2879 (132)
• India
12 Feb 07
i tend to forget things every day too :-P lol i guess my earliest memories would be of around age 4-5...
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
12 Feb 07
thank you for your addition to debate. The research suggests we actually store everything in our subconscious memmory, but i, like you, seem to forget things every day blessed be
@ss2879 (132)
• India
12 Feb 07
not exactly a blessing when your boss expects you to remember a whole lot of stuff :-P
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
12 Feb 07
hahaha yes i can see how that gets in the way lol
@lucalucky (1840)
• Italy
14 Feb 07
That's a problem. Really I can't remember easy or maybe are confused. I suppose this is normal but I am always in trouble to remember something about my.... very young years. I am too old? I am strange? I hope no!
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
14 Feb 07
no i dont think your odd. Many people find it difficult to access earliest memmories, yet some psychologists argue that we all can do it if we are put in the right situation. I think this is amazing, we ciuld access our memmories, a blue print of our thoughts even from within the womb, i think it is testament to the power of our mind that this is the case and a reminder of just what each one of us is capable of
@Bizziebod (3526)
13 Feb 07
I'm planning on getting some hypnosis done for my 'eating habits' soon and I can't wait! My earliest recollection though is starting at nursery school about the age of 4 and playing with the toys - I remember the teacher said there were more toys in the other room but I must have misheard her as it was the toilets that I went into!
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
13 Feb 07
hahaha isnt that a lovely memmory to hold? lol i think you should enjoy the experience of hypnosis but we should treat it as a tool, not necessarily the answer. blessed be, i hope it all goes well
@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
12 Feb 07
Well, it just so happens that I published a poem in triond about my memories from the womb. It is a fantasy piece, and not very pleasanr at that, but here it goes: WAITING FOR LIFE : The Painful Act of Accepting Life Since the moment I took shape In this dungeon-like flesh bowl I am a dejected mass hoping to escape From what awaits me outside I don’t even have a choice To put an end to this, as nourishment comes Day by day, and I can’t stop any of it. With growing discomfort I realize I am nearing the horror of it And try to stop my nightmarish visions. I just wish my limbs formed sooner So that I can kick on the walls of This flesh bowl and swim out Much before it’s time for me to Accept the wanton chalice of this Wretched, acrimonious torment called life.
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
13 Feb 07
a plus for you my friend, i can certainly see why you had it published, thank you so much for posting it and sharing it, blessed be
12 Feb 07
Mine was arriving in this country at the age of 4 walking down a big wooden slope which i was later told was a walkway off a ship. I was in a cold dark place and lots of shouting this was my first view of England. I remember going to nursery school and having to have a sleep in the afternoons, lots of things i put to the back of my memmory, but the happy ones outweigh the bad ones tc have fun xx
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
12 Feb 07
thats a very evocative picture you draw, i can imagine how that memmory would last sooooooo long. Blessed be, keep on posting , blessed be