Memories are made in individual cells. Regardless of type of memory, it is essentially the same process: an association forms between a group of neurons such that when one fires, they all fire, creating a specific pattern. Thoughts, sensory perceptions, ideas, hallucinations—any brain function (except random activity of a seizure) is made up of this same thing. (Carter, Rita, ed. Mapping the Mind. p 159. CA: University of California, 1998.)

Memories have been instilled in all your cells. If you receive someone else’s cells, you receive the memories encoded in those cells, too. (Chopra, Deepak, MD. Ageless Body, Timeless Mind. p 22-25. NY: Harmony Books, 1993.)

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