finding …

how reliable is your photographic memory - and does mind find things other people have hidden from sight

how reliable is your photographic memory – and does mind find things other people have hidden from sight

Apparently this one didn’t work:
“If I were to store this thing right now, where would I do so?”

So what to do?

  1. Search, search and search until you are in the searching! The concentration might open your mind for the inspiring suggestion. That is, if you do not cuss. Cussing fills the mind with useless noise.
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  2. Or, you create a silent searching, without going through the real stuff, from your arm chair. You make the mind silent enough to listen to subtle inspiration. No thoughts, but perhaps in the beginning a focus on the mind image of what ever is lost. Then Silence! You will now get this AHA moment, and then you don’t search any more, you find.
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9 thoughts on “finding …

  1. In answer to the question raised by your donkey post– think they can bite. This guy is a little skittish with the donkey despite their loving relationship. It is only about a minute long:

  2. Photographic memory is not working as it used to. Camera has too many pictures on it. Sometimes it does not at all. Cussing comes too naturally. Then a prayer to St. Anthony and if that still doesn’t work, silencing the mind more deeply, maybe days later. And then AHA or letting go for lost maybe forever. Enjoyed this post and the great picture!

    • Too many pictures: happens to me, searching the hammocks where I put them two years ago. Yeah, and when I hide something for the kids, I have no idea, I have to look at places where they supposedly cannot reach. When the mind starts talking to itself, telling stories and cussing, it finds nothing. Full stop!
      Yes, why not the great St. Anthony 🙂
      Sometimes I dream where the object is to be found.
      And certain objects have never been found back at all. Too bad!

  3. I am all for searching, But what is searching good for if it isn’t for the “real things”. I love part that says “searching until you are in the searching”. Great post!

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