Spatial memory is the part of the brain’s memory function that is responsible for recording information about the person’s environment and to have an awareness of their orientation in time and space. Spatial memory operates like a Mental Map, it holds information for an individual to access, code, store and recall information about the location and characteristics of events that they experience in their everyday life environment. Each of us has our own Mental Map, which has been created from the accumulated memories that we have retained during our direct experiences. When we accumulate knowledge throughout our life experiences, we gain a pattern of thought and behavior that creates a framework or schematic for organizing all of the memory content in our mental body system. The Coherence and strength of that mental framework or schema, is what defines the ways we are able to perceive new information and knowledge.
Our mental map acts as a mainframe network that forms our Personal Schema and decoding of language, it is the lens from which we perceive all things. Most people’s mental map and personal schema have been formed from automatic thoughts that are generated from the unconscious mind content in the collective unconsciousness. Thus, most people tend to pay attention only to the things that fit onto their personal schema of unconscious and Conscious Mind beliefs, which they use to explain the nature of reality and to understand the world around them. They tend to re-interpret any new information that has contradictions to their beliefs, in order to fit that into their personal schema. Our Personal Schema influences the way we perceive things and can ultimately block the uptake of new information, if our beliefs are mentally rigid. This may lead the person to selectively remember only certain things, taking in a small sliver of the actual data in situations, in order to have that information fit into their schema of thought. Most people form mental shortcuts, because it requires the least amount of effort. They choose the most common explanation that is easily accessible to interpret any new information, and label the new information with something they can recall and fit into their personal schema. As an example, we have heard the phrases; weather balloon, swamp gas, attention seeker and Conspiracy theorist, used many times to discredit abduction scenarios or unidentified flying crafts, in order to fit these experiences into the NAA Mind Control schema.
Our personal schema is that which represents the knowledge base we have accumulated which forms into the language and meaning we use to express connections made between concepts. Our Mental Map is what allows us to visualize images in our mind’s eye, to see visual mental imagery and to see things with the mind. When we accumulate knowledge throughout our life experiences, we gain a pattern of thought and behavior that creates a framework for organizing our mental body system, the way we are able to perceive and categorize new information. If we can gain a mental map for bio-neurological consciousness expansion, also called Ascension, we can open our mind to consider a new knowledge base, which helps us to increase Neuroplasticity, activating new Brain activity and neural networks which help to expand our personal schema.