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The Mandela Effect: Things I Remember Differently #2

To keep my last post on this topic short and to the point, I left out a few things I remembered, to view that post click here!

The Mandela Effect refers to a situation in which a large mass of people believes that an event occurred when it did not. Looking at the origin of the Mandela effect, some famous examples, as well as some potential explanations for this strange confluence of perceptions can help to shed light on this unique phenomenon.

— VeryWellMind.com

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The Mandela Effect: Things I Remember Differently 🤔

The Mandela effect can be summed up as a large segment of the population recalling something they have seen being different to what they are actually seeing. This could be a scene in a movie, a design, an event, or anything along those lines. The phenomenon was named after Nelson Mandela, who many believed actually died while he was in prison in the 1980’s, he passed away in 2013. It is theorised that people with differing memories have swapped from a universe where their version of the memory was correct.

Of course, a lot of this stuff can be chalked up to false memories. Memory itself isn’t reliable and can change over time, it can also be altered. It is fun to speculate, though. Maybe it’s real, maybe it isn’t. It is fun to speculate. 😆 There are things I remember differently. If you want to read more about the Mandela Effect, click here.

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The Raikov Effect

I was scrolling through Instagram last night and I saw a post about The Raikov Effect. The Raikov Effect.
The Raikov Effect implies that a person can mimic the persona of another person that you admire and through that you’ll adopt their mindset.
With access to their mindset in theory we can extract a lot more ideas and information than if we used our standard way of thinking. 
I decided to look into this more and I found the following tips on various websites, the subject interested me so here we go! 

  •  The Raikov Effect is activated when you pretend to be someone else: We take on the mindest of the person we wish to imitate as if we have achieved our goals, so for example you should move like them, imitate their mannerisms etc. 
  • We Can Take On Our End Goal Persona: We can take on the mindest that we would have once we have achieved our desired goal, This in turn will help us get into mental alignment with whatever our goal is so that the changes we need to make will seem effortless.
  • We Can Gain New Insight To Our Problems & Find An Easy Solution: I have red elsewhere that a mindest isn’t a set structure and can be changed and this is how our reality is created.  The change in mindest will change what flows into our reality.