Chances are, you would most likely remember up until a week ago, perhaps even two, but rarely would anyone remember anything in absolute finest detail past that particular length of time.
" Your Brain Maintains Itself By Periodically Filtering And Clearing Out Unnecessary Information. "
Unfortunately, when this happens, occasionally certain valuable information gets lost in the shuffle, and because your brain runs on a “default” setting, it has no means of determining which pieces of information are important enough to retain and which to discard.
This occurs because you’re constantly inundated with an insane amount of information around you (mostly sensory information) in your life that your subconscious tends to filter whatever information it deems as unnecessary and relegates it to the darkest recesses of the mind.
Often never to be seen again, like old photo albums stored away in the closet for years and years and years, and ending up forgotten.
These are just some of the information that would be stored in your mind as you go about living your daily life.
" The Average Person Thinks About TWELVE THOUSAND Thoughts Per Day. A Deeper Thinker Puts Forth FIFTY THOUSAND Thoughts Daily. "
A lot of people have the misconception that the brain has a limited capacity and ability to store a lifetime of information, and thus this deterioration of “storage space” is ultimately responsible for their inevitable forgetfulness.
Here’s the truth: In reality, your brain has UNLIMITED potential and “storage space”.
You can have all the storage space available in the world, but if you neglect to organize whatever you have, you’ll find that retrieving a particular item from tons and tons of disorganized material would be considerably difficult.
A good majority of people are not aware of this fact, or simply don’t care enough to do anything about it.
Chances are, you’re of the same mindset. You might think that it’s a part of life, a part of growing old, and that you’re meant to forget and eventually become senile as you reach your golden years.
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