“Different parts of our body have their own personality and memory. Memory works when the attitudes and objectives of these parts are in harmony, and it fails when there is discord. You struggle to recall when the context is not relevant or agreeable, and recall assembles itself when you free-associate…”

… in the end, if we’re lucky, the only memories we retain are the memories that define who we want to be. It is safe to say these are memories of love…

Brent Sverdloff interviews me, published on his blog at www.flexyourmemory.com

Read the whole interview here.