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Research into the relationship between memory and the brain is offering a different insight into how these work together. It is commonly though that memory is stored ‘in the brain’. Despite this, the brain has been described by neuroscientists as ‘a transmitter and receiver of signals’ like a computer. As such, some are opting to the ‘possibility that memory is stored on a cloud similar to that which modern technology uses’. From this, your brain transmits and receives the signals to retrieve the memory.

This possibility gives a fresh look on different topics. For example, with this outlook, people that have Alzheimer’s have not lost memory, but their brain is simply having issues receiving the information from ‘the cloud’. Also, it is comforting for many knowing that with this outlook, any memories and experiences are not lost or meaningless.

This also links to the belief in the Akashic Records. ‘In theosophy and anthroposophy, the Akashic Records are a compendium of all human events, thoughts, words, emotions, and intent ever to have occurred in the past, present, or future. They are believed by theosophists to be encoded in a non-physical plane of existence known as the etheric plane.’ They are a record of what will happen, is happening, or has happened and are believed to be in a different dimension, so the constraints of time do not apply. In addition, everything is meant to have has its own Akashic Record; not just your soul has an Akashic Record, but your house, different areas and even relationships between people.

Here are some videos that touch on this (note this topic on second video starts around 44:19):

You can read more in the nature of reality here.

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