Motor City Hypnotist – Memory Imprinting – Episode 81

Memory Imprinting In this episode of the Motor City Hypnotist Podcast, we are going to discuss Memory Imprinting and how it affects you. And I’m also going to be giving listeners a FREE HYPNOSIS GUIDE! Stay tuned! INTRODUCTION What is up people? The Motor City Hypnotist Podcast is here in the Podcast Detroit, Taylor Studios. Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Motor City Hypnotist Podcast. I am David Wright and with me is my producer Matt Fox. FIND ME: My Website: My social media links: Facebook: YouTube: Twitter: Instagram: motorcityhypno If you would like to contribute financially to the show, you can find me on Patreon: FREE HYPNOSIS GUIDE Please also subscribe to the show and leave a review. (Stay with me as later in the podcast, I’ll be giving away a free gift to all listeners!) WINNER OF THE WEEK; Man Cave Happy Hour Podcast! Memory Imprinting There are many moments in life when something unexpected occurs. These unexpected events may be unremarkable, tragic or positive. You can imagine that tragic events are often imprinted in memories, especially if an individual is a victim or eyewitness of a tragic event. One of the most severe results of imprinted memories take the form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Falilial Imprinting The best-known form of imprinting is filial imprinting, in which a young animal narrows its social preferences to an object (typically a parent) as a result of exposure to that object Konrad Lorenz working with greylag geese Sexual Imprinting Sexual imprinting is the process by which a young animal learns the characteristics of a desirable mate. For example, male zebra finches appear to prefer mates with the appearance of the female bird that rears them, rather than that of the birth parent when they are different Limbic Imprinting Some suggest that prenatal, perinatal and post-natal experiences leave imprints upon the limbic system, causing lifelong effects and this process is identified as limbic imprinting. The term is also described as the human emotional map, deep-seated beliefs, and values that are stored in the brain’s limbic system and govern people’s lives at the subconscious level It is one of the suggested explanations for the claim that the experiences of an infant, particularly during the first two years of his life, contribute to his lifelong psychological development.[14] Kids have no fear! If you recall back to your childhood, your curiosity may have allowed you to do things that you wouldn’t think of doing today. As kids, there are fewer self-imposed limits. My sledding daredevil story! Our experiences make our movies. The movie of our life influences every decision we make. Unfortunately, that movie is sometimes inaccurate. The movie replays all of our disappointments, failures and hurt. This prevents us from “letting go” and challenging our status-quo as adults. Your movie will often reinforce limiting beliefs. NEXT EPISODE: My top 10 Stephen King Novels Change your thinking, change your life! Laugh hard, run fast, be kind. David R. Wright MA, LPC, CHT The Motor City Hypnotist