Accessibility of Memory


Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

Answers depend on data. And data comes from observations in the present time, and the experience from the past. The experience is accessed in the form of memory.

This exercise helps access the memory in the most efficient way. If a memory is not accessible, one should focus on data in the present time. In this exercise, you determine rapidly whether the required memory is immediately accessible or not.

You will find that if you ask the mind for a memory, and the memory is there, it will always come up sooner or later if not immediately. It will come up when the mind is relaxed on that subject.

In this exercise you learn to be relaxed about recalling memories. You read an item from the list below to see if it triggers a memory. If a memory comes up, acknowledge its presence and examine it as necessary. If no memory comes up, then do not force the mind, or interfere with it in any way. Simply trust the natural processes of the mind to bring it up in due course of time. Keep your mind relaxed. Move to another item on the list and repeat the above actions.

While doing this exercise, adhere to The Discipline of Subject Clearing. If you are having trouble doing this exercise, practice Discerning the Environment until you feel more relaxed.

The List:

Recall a time when

  1. You were happy.
  2. You climbed a tree.
  3. You ate something good.
  4. You received a present.
  5. You enjoyed a laugh.
  6. You helped somebody.
  7. You threw a ball.
  8. Something important happened to you.
  9. You played a game.
  10. You jumped down from a tree.
  11. You won a contest.
  12. You laughed loudly.
  13. You met someone you liked.
  14. You flew on a plane.
  15. You were at a beautiful place.
  16. You jumped into a pool.
  17. You enjoyed a beautiful morning.
  18. You went for a walk.
  19. Somebody teased you.
  20. You sat in a coffee shop.
  21. You danced with joy.
  22. You raced with someone.
  23. You completed something important.
  24. You were pleasantly surprised.
  25. You met somebody after a long time.
  26. You were caught in a rain.
  27. You heard a thunder.
  28. Someone smiled at you.
  29. You played with a pet.
  30. You held someone’s hand.
  31. Someone picked you up.
  32. You were spinning around.
  33. You read a good book.
  34. You felt breeze on your face.
  35. You saw a beautiful flower.
  36. You smelled a rose.
  37. Somebody called you.
  38. You were in a play.
  39. You sang aloud.
  40. You watched a movie.
  41. Your team won.
  42. You rode with friends.
  43. You visited a beautiful garden.
  44. You played in water.
  45. The weather was stormy.
  46. Somebody gave you a hug.
  47. You liked somebody.
  48. You slid down a slide.
  49. You ran toward someone you liked.
  50. You enjoyed beautiful weather.


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