Yesteryear-themed "Dementia Villages" remove the stigma from memory loss, as seniors themselves staff this adult day care "town square"
Today's seniors have an "amnesia of ancestry" says Orphan Wisdom School founder Stephen Jenkinson.
Amateur astronomer Stargazer Li, PhD, says, “We are literally made of our ancestors, their physicality and their experiences, their places and times, their hopes and fears… For us to be at home in our bodies and lives, to have a sense of connection and continuity that can foster respect, we
Memory Goes Digital In the Harry Potter novels, the professors at Hogwarts (and presumably other magical people as well) have the ability to remove a gossamer strand of memory from their minds and deposit it elsewhere for safekeeping, or to share visually with others. Wouldn’t it be terrific to have
At a certain point, most of us start to feel it: the reaching for a word just beyond our grasp, the mental note to do something we forget by the time we enter the next room. It’s not necessarily dementia; more likely a severe case of digital overload and multitasking
Memory is a powerful pathway into deep sourcing; manifesting has to do with public accountability, and, once we embody (live) what we are creating, sustaining it is an ongoing process of learning and personal growth.
The hippocampus (which isn't remotely related to a hippopotamus) is the part of the cerebral cortex that has to do with memory.