engram

[ US /ˈɛnˌɡɹæm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a postulated biochemical change (presumably in neural tissue) that represents a memory
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How To Use engram In A Sentence

  • The third example of the painful emotion engram is the third type: loss of an ally by reversal.
  • The engram bank becomes severely distorted by painful emotion and the areas of painful emotion be-come severely distorted by physical pain elsewhere.
  • These sympathy prosurvival engrams, which make up the ally computations, vary only in intensity from the standard prosurvival engram.
  • We'd wiped the memory engrams clean, or so we'd hoped.
  • The engram itself, upon which the lock depended, may not be accessible without a full Dianetic address to the problem.
  • She shouldn't be thinking about him anyway, she should be flushing him out of her memory engrams.
  • Auditing, the theory goes, enables members to confront and overcome engrams.
  • The solution is auditing, to discover and to clear these traumatic engrams, hidden in the subconscience.
  • The contrasurvival engram is to the dynamics like a log jam which dams a necessary river.
  • The third example of the painful emotion engram is the third type: loss of an ally by reversal.
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