April 11, 2022
We all lose memory slowly but surely through the decades of living in physical reality. It's part of the game and anyone who tells you there isn't a slight decrease in memory is fooling themselves as the brain detaches from the grids.
Emotional problems will accelerate memory loss as it's all about the brain and how it functions. If the brain has to focus on emotional health most of the time it is not able to focus on memory-to-fact. We know that stress impacts everything we do. But it also affects memory which increases anxiety and other disorders.
Changing the patterns of our lives due to Covid has caused stress which resulted in memory loss for millions of people - "Brain Fog". The highest risk for this is for those with depression who in general are unable to make decisions or remember things sometimes becoming procrastinators because they can't figure things out quickly and clearly. This is very common in today's world.
Reality is based on patterns of processing and behavior - our bodies and minds adapting to certain ways of doing things so we can perform. Covid turned a lot of those patterns around in terms of names, dates, why you entered a room, decisions, socialization, and more.
Returning to situations where you need to retain the names of people, places, and events, may not be easy and the stress can make you disoriented. It's not a matter of 'use it' or 'lose it'. It's a matter of remembering without brain circuits getting overloaded.
Will the memories resurface? Only time will tell as the matrix of our minds merges with that which creates everything allowing you to consider: "Is there a method to the madness".
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