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The Remembrance Technique – Trick #1

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Buddhism, ‘a science of mind’

The Remembrance Technique

This technique is an old Buddhist mind trick for tapping into the problem solving power of your brain. It is used to overcome the feeling of hopelessness that can immobilize a person when facing a difficult situation. It can also be used just to solve tough problems.

The basic idea is that when you are trying to decide what to do or to solve a problem, you tell yourself to remember the solution. You might say to yourself ~Remember~ How did I solve this problem? This suggests to your unconscious mind that there is a solution, and that the answer is somewhere in there. Your mind responds to this assumption by searching for the solution. Our unconscious minds are always more powerful than we realize.

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