As a kid I have always believed that consciousness is not located within the brain; I have never Experienced any OBEs (Out of Body Experiences), but I have most of my life felt trapped in something not belonging to me, not meaning for the brain or body, but something else. I can still remember so vividly my first memory, the sound of the crowd people talking the wind in the cold night, my body feeling the cold water on contact. This has for a long time have been my most confusing memory, as it does not belong to me. I have had a hard for most of my life remembering my past, but somehow I'm capable of remembering this one. I was a kid probably no older than 1 year, I had a big jacket on and we were in some kind of circus? Not sure what it was, but I remember seeing people doing parkour in some kind of obstacle course climbing upwards between two glass walls. There was water on the bottom for the athletes to have a safe fall, and the people around me I remember that they were of some part of Asia for their physical aspect. It was a cold windy night and the lady holding me near the water tank that was under the obstacle course let me go, not sure by accident or purpose, but I remember falling in the water, and from that moment on I felt awoken, like if for the first time I was aware that it was a memory but now I was no longer in the same body, but that of another child, that child is now me. When my body touched that water and the memory vanished I was aware in my new body like if for the first time I was alive. My first memory it was one that should be impossible to happen as I asked many times my mother if she ever took me to some kind of circus or obstacle race and accidentally let me fall on water, and she has told me that it never has she ever taken me shower like that or let me fall in water. I believe this memory was somehow of another kid and that at the moment he touched the water somehow drowned and transferred his consciousness to my young me and thus made me for the first time conscious or aware of myself. I seemed that from that moment I or he fell I became aware of myself, my memories, who I was, and from that point on was able to remember things and do day to day activities. Every time I get dizzy, have a headache or feel confused I have a better time remembering the moment as if it recently occurred. Because of this, I believe that consciousness is more complex than we could possibly imagine and do not have the brain capacity to make the connections your consciousness can.
A Memory Of Other
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