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I think I have to tolerate memories of previous lives. And I know many of which memories are combination of true and false memories.Part of the memories are scientifically superimposed by army or any research department of the government.It is pointless to try to get rid of these memories.Are scientific memories good or bad for me? or are these cinematic experiments artificial intelligence based?

  • If you're asking about implantation of false memories by the government through technological means, I think this is off-topic for Buddhism.SE. – ruben2020 Nov 18 '18 at 10:42
  • I have asked the question on "science" tag.The reference of computer,aero-dynamics automatically comes if one wants to elaborate.In our age no one can ignore role of computers in one"s life user 26375 – ABHIJIT BAGCHI Nov 18 '18 at 11:55
  • I think this is a good question. The ability of a Buddhist, particularly a meditating one, to identify memories whether true or false and classify them as good or bad is vital in the path to understanding The Four Noble Truths. Bhaddekaratta ghaatha is a good example of such mental balance. – Ravindranath Akila Nov 20 '18 at 15:16
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It's good to remember birth, aging, sickness and death, the suffering again and again. So actually perfect when the proper attention to see the first Noble truth and more perfect then, if having heard the others as well.

  • @ Samana johann iN BENGALI LANGUAGE THESE ARE CALLED BITAN[S] .SO AM CITING THIS BITANS AS HAVE BEEN CREATED BY MILITARY INTELLIGENCE-:ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE USER 26375 – ABHIJIT BAGCHI Nov 18 '18 at 9:10
  • Investigate of what was told, Nyom @ABHIJITBAGCHI . The rest: why, where... real, artificially... is not importand, brings no benefit and would be ever wrong taken. – Samana Johann Nov 18 '18 at 12:07
  • since half of the the question was based on science ,i apologize for if i am not nice but I hoped that an answer based on science is given.user 26375 – ABHIJIT BAGCHI Nov 18 '18 at 15:02
  • It's all science, but the real one, the one on can see for himself. So why playing around with fake science? Or was anything really till today, @ABHIJITBAGCHI ? – Samana Johann Nov 18 '18 at 16:03
  • Does memory change? Is it real? Or not? – Samana Johann Nov 18 '18 at 16:05
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via: http://chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/The_Six_Supernatural_Powers_of_Buddha

PUBBENIVASA - POWER OF KNOWING PREVIOUS EXISTENCES.

The All-knowing One further elucidated thus: "If a monk should frame a wish as follows:- Let me call to my mind many previous states of existence, to wit one birth, two births, three births, four births, five births, ten births, twenty births, thirty births, forty births, fifty births, one hundred births, one thousand births, one hundred thousand births, many destructions of a world cycle (Kappa), many renovations of a world cycle, many destructions and many renovations of a world cycle: I lived in such a place, had such a name was of such a family, of such a caste, had such a maintenance, experienced such happiness and such miseries had such a length of life. Then I passed from that existence and was reborn in such a place. There also I had such a name, was of such a family, of such a caste, had such a maintenance, experienced such happiness and such miseries, had such a length of life. Then I passed from that existence and was reborn in such a place. There also I had such a name, was of such a family, of such a caste, had such a maintenance, experienced such happiness and such miseries, had such a length of life. Then I passed from that existence and was reborn in this existence." Thus let me call to my mind many former states of existence and let me specifically characterise them," then must he be perfect in the precepts etc. -

This power is sorely attributable to the expounding of the "Theory of Rebirth" and 'Samsara' by the Buddha for all living beings in the entire Universe.

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