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Quote from: SethRuburt has been adding to the strength of the negative influences of his past. The more he reacts to them the more throughly he convinces himself of their strength. His background was unfortunate. It was not as unfortunate as he supposes. Many of his most redeeming qualities and characteristics were formed by it.
Quote from: SethNow. You can change the past, and in do so change the present and the future. You can change the present, and in doing so change the past and the future. You can change the future, and in do so change the present and the past.The exercises in the book Ruburt is reading [Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz] are excellent. With our added instruction they shall be even better. You will change yourself in the future by vital imagining today. You will put high expectations to work at once in this manner, and project a new image into tomorrow.This projected image will of itself already alter the past and present. You will change your past, your reaction to it, by vividly imagining happy hours that you refused to focus upon. These pursuits in the present will automatically change the nature of the present.
Quote from: leidl It is not, though, that the past you now know becomes erased; it is that the past you now consider yours becomes probable to the new you of the present moment.
Quote from: jbsethFor this person, all but one of his personalities, were allergic to orange juice. Whenever this one personality drank orange juice, there were no problems. However if any of his other personalities drank orange juice they would break out in a severe rash. How can that possibly occur, if it's the body itself that contains the allergy?
Quote from: leidljbseth, your experience with your sister is so interesting. Have you tried exploring other memories together, to see how different they are? I wonder if you could pinpoint the approximate period where probable selves started new trajectories.
Quote from: leidlAt some point I'd like to research studies that have been done on the placebo effect. We know that a fair amount of people respond to placebos as if they were real drugs, but I'd love to know why some people respond, and not others.
Quote from: leidljbseth, I'm wondering how one can distinguish between faulty memory and differences in memory that are a result of the creation of probable selves.
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