The Living Force
Nuke said:Well, having finished the book, the writing exercises surely seem to be able to help with certain events in our lives.
But what about things we do not remember? Suspected events that we can only hypothesize?
I agree with Pob and still recommend what's in that quote. I'm suggesting to avoid a head-on approach. An indirect approach, or combination of indirect approaches might be much more helpful. One reason may be due to our mind's tendency to confabulate for even common every day stuff, so a motivated remembering might have distortion or doubt forever accompanying it.
My rule of thumb for myself is that something I can't remember is like a plate in the middle of a stack of plates. Before I can get the one I want, something needs to come off the top first.