Water Holds Memory

Ancient knowledge confirmed by modern science

Copper, the ideal water storage. Note it must be well cleaned regularly

Most of us tend to think as water as a convenience and something to nourish our bodies. In fact we can’t live more than about three days without water which makes it a necessity for life.

Within ancient yogic and Hindu understanding, water was highly respected and even venerated because there was the knowledge that our bodies were approximately 70% water. So while water had all its practical applications, the perception of water was that as an entity it has memory.

Memory of water is subtle and yet powerful, if you mistreat the water it will not nurture and support life.

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A Cognitive Booster

Introducing Brain Sense

Do you have trouble remembering people’s names or find that you’ve gone to get something from another room and then forgotten what it was by the time you got there?

These are common problems that come from the fact that our minds are often overloaded or that our physical health is not so good which creates a drain on our mental abilities. While a sensible solution is to spend more time relaxing and doing what you really enjoy, and consuming nutritious food and exercising, not everyone has this aptitude.

On the other hand, like taking multivitamins and minerals to help keep the body in order, brain sense is one of the new ‘smart pills’ designed to help

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Recollection or Fabrication?

How memory works

By Layla Dowthwaite

Since the first cases involving repressed memories were taken to court, controversy has developed concerning the credibility of childhood memories which ‘emerge into consciousness’ (Loftus 1993, p518) in later adult life. Recent research suggests that creating a false memory in certain people’s minds is not unachievable, although determining the authenticity of memories is virtually impossible without corroborating evidence. This leaves us wondering about the validity of our own recollections, how time can distort the way our mind stores memories, and if it really is possible that we can be convinced to truly believe something which never occurred actually took place. Psychoanalysis is the major technique used to unleash (or create) repressed

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How to Improve Your Memory

A smart choice for smart people

Those first signs of slipping memory or dementia can be a little alarming – especially if you know the dreariness of that route. You may first see it in your 40s, or even younger, with memory loss symptoms like slower facial recall or where you left your keys.

What groceries were you supposed to buy? Wait – you forgot your grocery list at home. Memory loss really hits home at times and it can be both sad and lonely – to say nothing of the decrease in productivity at work or the effects on family and friends.

While it’s normal to forget things on occasion, it’s a pattern to watch. The makers of Brain

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