Energy Medicine Research Foundation
The Selective Memory
Memory erasure is the selective removal of memories or associations from the mind. Several types of people who have the potential to draw great benefit from the selective memory erasure; these include people suffering from drug addiction, or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD patients may include war veterans, people who witnessed horrific events, victims of violent crimes and many other possibly traumatic events which may include physical abuse / rape.
1. Sensory memory in short is the ability to hold sensory information for a short period of time, for example looking at an object and being able to remember what it looked like moments after.
2. Short-term memory is memory that allows a person to recall a short period of time; this can be a few seconds to a minute. Short-term memory allows people to remember what happened during that short time span without actually practicing the memory.
3.Long-term memory has a much larger capacity than the prior two and actually stores information from both these types of memories to create a long lasting and large memory.
Energy Medicine Research Foundation offers the " Selective Memory removal therapy " to remove unwanted long term memories that can be absolutely devastating to a persons daily live and causing them to not be able to function properly.
The treatment is a one time therapy session wherein the Client's unwanted memories are removed completely. The treatment works on removing the unwanted long term "Explicit " memory (memories that can be consciously drawn upon by a person to remember) and in particular the " Episodic memory ", which is the memory of specific events and the information surrounding it.
The foundation supports and monitors the client for the next 28 days should slip / relapse occur which may require intervention.
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