“THE THINGS THAT MAKE US REMEMBER”

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MY TWINKLBEAR: Her voice is a thread back to the past.

The human mind is amazing machine. It is a repository for all memories, big and small, that have accumulated since birth. When memories are not accessed for review for awhile, and when enough time has passed—the more distant memories in the queue are subsumed into one’s subconscious. Like data on a computer’s hard drive, memories are never truly lost, even when they are “deleted” from non-use. They merely go to our recycle memory bins, waiting to be recalled into one’s consciousness.

Latent memories are a hot topic in the Twin Flame Subculture, because latent memories play a big role with Twin Flames who are reincarnated and find their Twins in a new lifetime. Latent memories among Twin Flames represent those memories from past lives, that are recalled from the Twins’ recycle memory bins. My Twin Flame, “Twinklebear” and I, experience latent memories frequently, reassuring us that the “feeling of knowing the other” that was experienced immediately on finding each other again—is proof of true Twin Flame status.

Here’s an analogy. I grew up in a household where my parents spoke Cantonese as well as English. Even though I didn’t absorb enough of the Cantonese language to speak it fluently, I can pick out key words and phrases to sometimes get the gist of a conversation. More familiar to me, are the cadence and tones of the spoken.

If I am on a bus and a stranger near me speaks in Cantonese, I inevitably get a feeling of warmth and comfort. This warmth and comfort emotion no doubt is nostalgic in nature, because it brings to my mind from my subconscious, memories of my childhood. Latent memories from childhood are triggered this way.

Whenever Twinklebear talks to me, I get that same feeling of warmth and comfort, validating the idea that Twinklebear and I have known each other from past lives. Images form in our minds, images that may be misty and somewhat indistinct, but they are there. Deep down in our cores, in the centers of our souls, is the knowledge that we’ve known each other since the beginning of time.

This profound inner knowledge, can be triggered by a simple sentence from Twinklebear, accentuated by the tones of her voice that I recall from a past life. The latent memories rush to the surface like a welcome kiss.

Tangentially, certain phrases that Twinklebear uses when she is flirtatious with me, make me squirm with recollective pleasure. These memories rise explosively to the surface, like a fully erect member. On my end, I react as I did in past lives, when she said similar things to me. Obviously, that “Am I now?” in English would not have been the same in our past life in Mongolia (of this location for a past life, we are certain). I am really hearing her emotional and sensuous wanting in essence.

Her emotional and sensuous intent would have been the same, in whatever language she was being expressive in. When I hear her say “Am I now,” I want to (use your imagination), just as I did in past lives when she turns on that wily feminine charm.

The role of latent memories is special for Twin Flames. These things I discussed are just a couple of the things that make us remember.

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I love you, Twinklebear
Forever and a day
Twin Flames, podmates always
Bear Pact Forever!
12 12 12 in every way

2 thoughts on ““THE THINGS THAT MAKE US REMEMBER”

  1. So great my sookybear, thanks so much. What a great memoir.
    I love your voice also …the ” uh- huh” .sounds so exotic! Like my ” am I now?”
    When one knows someone so well, you are right, it is like a latent memory, stored in the subconscious mind.
    I love you my sookybear podmates Twinflames 🐻 pact forever and a day! 121212

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  2. MY sweet Twinklebear. I love these linguistic and auditory cues between us, like a secret code of triggers to our innermost emotions, needs and love. I love you forever and a day, my love. Bear Pact Forever! 12 12 12

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