Cognition lapse: When do you start to forget to remember?


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Cognition lapse: When do you start to forget to remember?

Lias code: “3W 33S n M0N”

How long does it take you to forget a fact or a picture or something that’s right in front of you? How long does it take for something great to feel normal again?

Remember how you felt when you just got your phone? It’s still the same phone but it doesn’t look or feel the same in your mind. Some details have actually been lost in the process.

How long does it take for something new to become normal, to feel normal or to lose the enthusiasm?

When events become rhythmic or simply routine, every time you go through a recurring process you lose details of the substance. That’s just how your mind works. You see things too often then your brain chooses to disdain it (mental assumptions).

How many of you still remember the title of this post? Or the code written under the topic?

A times, the mind prefers to be in a state of continuum just because things seem easier and less burdensome. The mind has the habit of skippng certain details in its bid to scan through the information that comes into the mind.  (…just like you probably missed the “i” in “skipping)

How do you reduce the rate of cognition lapse? To find out, you’ll need to remember not to forget to read my post on the morrow.

Note: In case the code written under the title makes no sense to you, turn your device upside down. (If it still makes no sense after turning it upside down, then you need to book a therapy session with me)

Have a great day, but don’t forget to….

THINK!

Harkheindzel Kenny Omiyale
The Spiritumentalyst
Development & Empowerment Strategist.
@Harkheindzel
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