HOW ZETA MEMORIES DIFFER FROM HUMAN MEMORIES, THE PROBLEM WITH HUMAN MEMORIES AND HAN'S MEMORY OF ANOTHER LIFE
Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I in the Constellation Reticulum. Contact has been made. Many interviews have been held with them. THESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between Hypnotherapist Mary Barr and Zetas (Han, Zestra, and Gen) by using a deeply-induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit. Full transcripts of these many sessions are recorded verbatim in two books: Aliens Answer and Aliens Answer II. Visit our webpage at www.aliensanswer.com.
THE INTERIEWS CONTINUE:
Therapist: We humans color our memories and change our memories to maintain our self-esteem. Does your species also do this?
Zetas: This is a complex question. It is more complex than perhaps realized. There are memories that humans sometimes feel are best not remembered. Our species tends to remember the accumulative memories rather than certain points in memory quality. We look at the quantity of memories and look at the quantity in proportion to the whole. Some memories are interlaced with the memories of others of our species, as we relate to each other through our minds. In communication by thoughts, many perspectives and many viewpoints are intermixed telepathically. What one individual remembers, locked inside the human mind, can be released, and shared among others in the same species where there is such a mixture of different viewpoints. When the individual viewpoint is viewed by others, it creates a different perspective. What may be a terrible memory for one may be seen differently when viewed by multiple minds. Often, a memory in a human is locked inside in its own isolated pocket, either to fester or to flourish. The dynamics are different in a telepathic world, and there is a natural supportive healing that comes within the community where the need to repress unpleasant memories is less necessary. I hope this is understood. You have emotional support groups. Imagine a support group of an entirely aware society. Perhaps humans would look at our telepathic society as a loss of individuality, but it also has many great strengths.
Therapist: Yes. I am beginning to appreciate this. If we look at the overall picture of a society, I would think the goal would be to bring individuals into a state of harmony, with room for some deviations. Viewing memories with different perspectives and support would certainly be a good thing.
Zetas: There is a harmony and universality. There is a sense of group consciousness where, if the individual seems diminished, each individual also grows in strength from the whole, often creating the illusion of a sum greater than its parts. This is often what makes the individual entity feel more buoyant and supported. The greater of the whole creates this feeling, yet the individual can still have his own thoughts, emotions, and feelings. These are not diminished. These are only magnified in the context of the others, which creates a deep and lasting bond between individuals in our society. This creates a peace and harmony. This is why our worlds lack war. There is understanding and a feeling that any problem encountered will be overcome because everyone understands and works toward the same solution. Each contributes. No one is deprived of this contribution. Each gives the other a sense of well-being.
Therapist: You, personally, do you have memories of other lives that you may have lived?
Han, the Zeta: I see a green place, very rich, warm, and pleasant. I feel sometimes, maybe, this was a past time in my earlier life. I see a place of beauty that I have often speculated was a time when life was simpler and my role as a facilitator and communicator with other species was not so. I imagine being in another role in our society, in our world. I often see myself as a caretaker of the land instead of as a representative. Humans would define this as a caretaker, perhaps like a farmer. This amuses me and pleases me, too. These fleeting thoughts have often been on my mind.
Therapist: Those are very beautiful thoughts. Humans have similar kinds of recollections.
Zetas: The chemistry of our brains is carbon-based and we have similar chemistries. Perhaps our sharing of such concepts is not so different. Perhaps our minds are more developed, but there are species that are more developed than we are. Each has respect for each other. We share many things that would not surprise someone who is also well traveled. That knowledge brings a feeling of warmth and satisfaction that our communication and communication with other species, too, has that same fundamental bond.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT-RT, BT, CLC
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT-RT, BT, CLC
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist