Memory is often not thought of as a resource yet neuroscience is now demonstrating that it is likely we are already forming memories before our birth, while in our mother’s womb. And there is long standing evidence that we tend to focus on memories of events that left us embarrassed, fearful and anxious, events where we failed or appeared foolish, or caused sadness, as opposed to intentionally and mindfully managing the existence of memories that bring us experiences of joy, appreciation, and successes. Over time the memories seem to be fewer and more like each other. Left unmanaged, our memories can become focused on remorse and regret, instead of allowing us to grow and nurture what works.
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