Philosophical Questions {110} ~ Where Do Thoughts Go When We Forget Things?

Memories are links between brain cells. Sometimes we feel we have forgotten something (like where we put our keys) whereas we had never formed a memory of that – just held the thought in Working Memory for a few seconds. To form a long-term memory, the links between the cells – synapses – have to go through a change called ‘long-term potentiation’. This happens after a number of spaced-repetitions. If we only get part-way through this process, then the synapse reverts to its original state and we feel we have forgotten. I do believe all thoughts, actions and such get stored in the akashic records, a library in the etherical realms, and that repeated thoughts can cause thought forms to form in the auras of our bodies which can lead to illness or abundance depending upon the nature of that thought.

Feel free to share your thoughts below…

2 thoughts on “Philosophical Questions {110} ~ Where Do Thoughts Go When We Forget Things?”

  1. Hey Dios, I do not know to view this scientifically.I can only talk from my observation. When a thought created in mind is linked to the consciousness, it is a mindful thought.It stays in memory forever. But when a careless thought which is not in the awareness of consciousness have more possibilities to be forgotten. It is saved but in the deepest corner of the memory which often deleted. When the intellect is consciously stimulated the memory is restored.This is simply my imagination, do you think it’s agreeable? Be kind and please excuse the illogical errors.

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