Memory is stored outside the body

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Science News Magazine, February 3, 2018, “People tend to think of memories as deeply personal, fleeting possessions – snippets of emotions, words, colors and smells sewn into our unique neural tapestries over time. life.” One of today’s most entrenched explanations places engrams (memories) directly in synapses, connections where chemical and electrical messages travel between nerve cells or neurons. However, Tonegawa and colleagues in 2015 in the Journal Science concluded that “memory was stored in something unrelated to synapse strength.” “The cellular machines needed to call up memories are not necessarily the same machines that store memories.” Ryan, Tonegawa and Glanzman (renowned scientists) all think that… swollen synapses are important for retrieving memories, but not the thing that actually stores them… Levin and Tal Shomrat reported in 2013 in the Journal of Experimental Biology “The fact that memory somehow survived decapitation experiences suggests that signals outside the brain can somehow store memories, even temporarily.” “So far, the domain has not been able to explain the memories in tangible terms.”

Hypothesis: There is a human spirit that every person inherits from their parents at birth that stores that person’s memory.

If we look at the full Science News Magazine article quoted above and the research behind the article, it is concluded that the brain is the mechanism for retrieving memories into consciousness, but not storing them, and that memory not only is it not stored in the brain, but perhaps it is not stored in the body. So where is memory stored? This is the question I address in this article.

Look around the room you’re sitting in, then look away. Can you remember what you saw? Do you believe it’s likely that the brief glimpse you just took caused such a rapid physical change in the brain, that some part of your body immediately changed to store that glimpse and all the insights and senses you have experienced in your life? Do you believe in life after death? If so, wouldn’t you think you would retain your memory when the body dies? Although science does not normally deal with spiritual matters, I believe that researching the location of memory will help us understand the nature of the human mind and more than that.

The theory: To discuss the human mind, one must look beyond the science for the theory and then try to use scientific methods to see if the theory can be true. I don’t believe math will help us find a proof. I draw my theory from Christian Bible revelations and personal experience because it is only through revelation and personal experience that the spirit can be understood and cognitively felt.

Personal experience: Although spirit cannot currently be proven scientifically, it can be felt through emotional energy. If we think about what could be detected in the human mind, the most obvious is love. Love cannot be directly detected by the senses, but everyone knows it exists. This is also true of hatred, anger, envy and other emotions. Think about how your energy level increases when you feel any of these emotions. The energy boost we feel results from chemicals in the brain that react as a result of information received by the brain from the spirit. The concept is like cloud computing where information is stored outside of the computer. According to this concept, the window to the mind is emotion. The theory is that all memory is stored in the mind and we can detect it through emotion, a direct link between the mind and cognition.

We know the human mind from Revelation: I propose that each of us is the result of the combination of the physical and spiritual “DNA” of our parents. If we believe in God, we are told that men and women are created in the image of God. (We have a spirit and a physical form like Jesus). However, not only do we look like him, but God created us so that we could also reproduce ourselves. The man’s sperm impregnates the woman’s egg and another human being is formed. This human being is “begotten” by two humans and has its own physical body and, in addition according to my theory, a human spirit from its mother and father. I propose that the human spirits of mother and father unite to form the human spirit of their baby. I propose that each of us is the result of the combination of the physical and spiritual “DNA” of our parents. This human spirit feeds your conscience and has the free will to seek God or to turn away from it.

I further propose that the human spirit is the spiritual egg of a spiritual person. From a human spiritual point of view, we are all women. If a person seeks God, God impregnates his human spirit with the Holy Spirit to form a spiritual person, as the father’s sperm impregnates the mother’s egg to form a physical person. According to this theory, the two spirits (that of God and that of the individual) become a spiritual embryo and are eventually born as a spiritual person, a child of God at the time of a person’s physical death. If you think back to the story of the Virgin Mary, we see that described, in part, in the birth of Jesus.

Luke 1:35 (NASB)

35 And the angel said to him, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you; this is why the child who will be born will be holy, he will be called Son of God.

Jesus only had half a human spirit because Mary was a virgin. She must have been a virgin according to this theory. Human spirits result only from the union of human parents. Jesus therefore had half of Mary’s human spirit and the full Spirit of God in his miraculously conceived human body. He was tempted and pained by showing the half of Mary, but he overcame his human desires because of God’s Holy Spirit. He had both a physical body and a holy spiritual body while he was alive on earth. The apostles saw his spiritual body during his transfiguration. When he was crucified, his physical body died and his spiritual body remained. He is the first Son of God.

According to this theory, the spiritual person is born after the physical death of the physical person. We are literally born again in the spirit as children of God. With all the memories we gathered while we were physically alive. It would be you with all your memories, skills and abilities, but in a recognizable spirit body. As Paul says in Romans 8 verse 23, we only have the firstfruits of the Spirit now and await our full adoption/birth as children of God. These firstfruits include all our memory. It makes us spiritual embryos throughout our physical lives and the earth God’s bosom. The human spirit has the choice to love God or to turn away from him. If the choice is to love God, then the Holy Spirit comes upon us as He did with Mary and creates a spiritual embryo by uniting our human spirit and the Holy Spirit. In this way, God creates a truly loving spiritual family made up of “children of God” who truly love Him. And, Jesus is the first fruit, so we will be like him. Here is what Paul has to say:

1 Corinthians 15:42-46 (NASB)

42 So it is with the resurrection of the dead. It is sown as a perishable body, it resurrects an imperishable body;

43 he is sown in dishonor, he is raised in glory; it is sown in weakness, it rises in power;

44 he is sown natural body, he resurrects spiritual body. If there is a natural body, there is also a spiritual body.

45 So also it is written: “The first MAN, Adam, BECAME A LIVING SOUL. (Human Spirit) The last Adam (Jesus Christ) became a life-giving spirit. (Holy Spirit)

46 However, the spiritual is not the first, but the natural; then the spiritual.

Romans 8:14-17 (NASB)

14 For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.

15 For you have not received a spirit of bondage which makes you dread fear, but you have received a spirit of adoption as sons by which we cry out: Abba! Dad !

16 The Spirit himself bears witness to our spirit that we are children of God,

17 and if children, heirs also, heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ, if at least we suffer with him, in order to be glorified with him also.

We will be reborn as children of God.

Our spirit in the quote above is our human spirit which contains the seat of our memory throughout our life before and after our death. Memories are retrieved by the brain.

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