Here’s the interesting thing about memory. We have a perfect memory. And you are probably thinking, “Dean, I don’t have a perfect memory, I can’t even remember where I put my keys.”
That has nothing to do with true memory. There’s not such thing as memory damage, there’s only brain damage. We lose solidness within our brain. Memory, however, is absolutely perfect.
Let me share an example. You can be walking down the road and all of a sudden, a smell drifts over to you. Let’s say the scent is like cotton candy, and it takes you back to a place when you were little, when you held your mom’s hand and you first tasted cotton candy at the carnival.
You can take yourself right back to that place in an instant. Why? Because memory is perfect. We just don’t realize it because we don’t exercise our mental muscles.
You’ve seen people who have memorized whole books, who exercise their mental faculty to a super sharp point. People have memorized the bible. Have you ever memorized a quote? If you think hard about it, you can probably still remember it. I can still remember what my phone number was when I was a child. Memory will always be with you, you can always pull it out, it’s perfect.
As you begin to exercise your mental muscles, as you change your perception by certain things you do, where your communication can change, picture yourself with a healthy relationship. What does that look like? What does that feel like? Use your imagination to the point where that’s all you see. That’s how things are made.
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