|New Civilization News: First Memories|
Category: Counseling, Psychology
4 comments25 Jan 2005 @ 11:26 by swanny : TV
This seems interesting. I "know" I spent a lot of time watching television yet I don't seem to have any "particular" awareness or memory of what I watched as though it went in one ear and eye and out the other. It is remembered or recalled like a kind
of "presence" somehow in my world but as to any particular detail or such of even
"significant" events of the times, not much has seemed to have stuck or stuck out.
I recall vaguely the assassination of the President John F. Kennedy but not as something from TV and also the landing on the moon but these things don't seem
particularly references to the TV. Not sure why that would be.
25 Jan 2005 @ 11:39 by swanny : Mirrors and Self Globalization
It would seem in order for memory and these first memories to have occurred or to begin occurring, one has to somewhat develop the skill or awareness of third personness or going outside of oneself to "view" the self. Kind of like the experience of looking in a mirror. The first "globalization" then but not of world but of self. One in a sense discovers that the "self" not only world is "round". Hmmm
kinda neat. Memory thus is a product of the capacity to globalize oneself then it would seem, in order to give context or circumstance to life's events.
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