• Anthony Snell

Your First Memory

First Memory
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As we go through life we develop ways of behaving in similar situations, it's like we are sometimes following a script. What this means is that when we encounter a familiar situation, particularity a difficult situation, we will revert to the script and following it. As a result we are not fully aware of what is going on, we will make assumptions, and will have the same outcome.

By throwing away these scripts we are free to respond more in the moment, understanding the unique situation that we find ourselves in, and respond in the best way possible.

In order to throw away the scripts we need to identify them. One way of doing this is to consider our earliest memory. We have retained this memory for a reason, and by thinking about this reason we may unlock something important about our repeated patterns in our behaviour today.

The attached document details the steps to take to unlock the secrets of your earliest memory and what it means to you today.

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