When you have an experience in this physical realm, in this three-dimensional world, you form an image, and that image is stronger or less strong depending on the emotional quotient that’s attached to it.

A person that’s in an automobile accident, that image (that memory), is more indelible than a person who stumps their toe or falls off the sidewalk. So, depending on the traumatic experience that you have, the emotion tied to that experience, produces a stronger image and it becomes like a holographic memory inside of your brain.

Blessings beloved,

Emerson Ferrell

This is only a small portion of the teaching, “Breaking our Physical Attachment.