Lost-ology

This was written in the month of November but due to a busy schedule I posted it up late ;P

I met an interesting client today. He came in looking for a lost object, in particular a little black bag. Well we spent two long sessions and what we found was pretty interesting.
The subconscious mind is such a magnificent thing. We both dove into it all the way to a month before today and he could recall aost every detail with picturisque quality, even what he ate and who he called on the phone.
And so the two of us time travellers went forward and backward in time in his mind and after double checking we found the place where he last misplaced his bag.
Now here’s the interesting part, when I asked him to recall those incidents before the therapy he could not. But when therapy started, I asked him to remember the fabric material and used the feel of his fingers as a guide. This was because our muscle memory is much stronger than our visual or audio memory and true enough on the day that he misplaced it, his fingers twitched quite a bit.
It’s a very interesting case and it was reallly fun playing sleuth hehe. Anyways here’s a video to help you guys find your lost items 🙂

I met an interesting client today. He came in looking for a lost object, in particular a little black bag. Well we spent two long sessions and what we found was pretty interesting.
The subconscious mind is such a magnificent thing. We both dove into it all the way to a month before today and he could recall aost every detail with picturisque quality, even what he ate and who he called on the phone.
And so the two of us time travellers went forward and backward in time in his mind and after double checking we found the place where he last misplaced his bag.
Now here’s the interesting part, when I asked him to recall those incidents before the therapy he could not. But when therapy started, I asked him to remember the fabric material and used the feel of his fingers as a guide. This was because our muscle memory is much stronger than our visual or audio memory and true enough on the day that he misplaced it, his fingers twitched quite a bit.
It’s a very interesting case and it was reallly fun playing sleuth hehe. Anyways here’s a link to help you guys find your lost items 🙂

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-find-lost-objects

Tk

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