4th Domain Memory Integration

(New here? Be sure to check out the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Domains, as this post covers the 4th in a series on 9)

Come hear the latest research on memory, (what we can consciously recall and how one moment in time affects another moment in time). The below slide during the lecture will be used as a visual while Crockett explains what it takes to invigorate and renew even the most worn out nervous system. Join us!

What do we really know about the science of memory?

Crockett outlines what happens when memory isn’t well integrated and what the research says can be done to heal and create the life that you want.

The science of memory reconsolidation marks a new era for change both in a psychotherapy session and on your own. Come learn how to be your own hero and heal your past:

Attend Crockett’s lecture on June 18th at 10am Pacific to learn all about memory and how we can use the science to create transformation.

Email HeidiCrockett at gmail.com for zoom link.

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In the below Part 2 class, Crockett facilitates a person integrating a memory. Consider watching that first starting at minute 25 through minute 57, then the explanation for what happened for 40 minutes after the demonstration ends.

Watch the last 3 minutes of the above lecture for an overview of what’s to come for the 5th through 9th domains.

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BONUS: Can’t wait until next week?See her videos talking about memory (but nothing as extensive as her class on the 18th).

Here is the caption under the above YouTube video describing the content:

To learn more about how to heal memories see her paid class Part 1 https://greenlightheidi.com/2020/04/paid-class-self-transformation/ and Part 2 https://greenlightheidi.com/2020/04/paid-class-self-transformation-part-2/ 7 Originally created to explain the importance of newer “slow” systems to heal, this video was added to Heidi’s Neuroscience blog to explain fast vs slow systems. The last part about healing memories relates to the previous “Sweep-Loop” plane of possibility video (specifically Siegel’s idea of trauma as an indelible plateau). See her newer video also explaining memory integration (superhero video link below). In this video Crockett explains about “fast,” (primitive, nonverbal ) nervous system states and how those interact with “slow,” (requires large brains, complex social interaction,) nervous system states. Then she talks about how trauma or old bad memories (“pattern-matching”) are stuck in feedback loops in the fast systems. It is through the imagination, narration, and abstract thought skills of the slow systems (higher brain functions) that a person is able to “think about thinking” and heal their past. Visit www.HeidiCrockett.com for more information or email HeidiCrockett at gmail dot com. Crockett adds another video #13 on her blog to help viewers further understand this fast system (also called the limbic regions, the elephant, the default mode network) vs. the slow system (also called “thinking about thinking,” executive function, or the rider). The main reason to understand these two different systems is to understand that each uses a different “language” and according to research there are ways that we can optimally integrate the two (which includes memory integration).

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