Amnesia

life less ordinary banner The stunt was I was to be thrown high up in the air and caught. I was thrown high up in the air... but I landed on my back and my head. I suffered a massive concussion and a slipped disk in my back. I could barely walk, and I had no idea who I was. Diagnosis: amnesia. So I also didn't know that my boyfriend had dumped me a few weeks before and moved to Los Angeles. I didn't know anything.
What if depression was actually amnesia? As I started a practise of meditation I started to remember parts of self that had been long forgotten, parts that were so beyond the judging mind, parts that were peaceful, playful and connected to a much wider energy field than 'self'.
Here's the lowdown: I left home at sharp 4 pm. Dressed in my favourite black jeans and blue Turtleneck. To endure the excruciating winter-wind and the heavy down pour that day. Got into the car. Drove off imagining how I'd make such a fantastic impression with my punctuality.
A woman who woke up in hospital with no recollection of who she was has finally discovered her true identity - all thanks
It's hard to imagine how it would feel to fall asleep, aged 38, and wake up convinced you're 15 years old. But that's exactly
Based on the best selling novel by SJ Watson, Before I go to Sleep is a very frustrating film, starring Nicole Kidman and Mr Darcy (Colin Firth). Described as a 'gripping psychological thriller' by critics, I'd like to refer to it more as a distinctly average crime story. If I had to liken it to a fruit; it would be a poached apple; easily digestible and not at all exciting.
An amnesia sufferer who had been unable to remember his own name after being found in a park has been identified following
The UK media reports that a man with severe amnesia, who still cannot remember even his own name, or where he comes from, but who was discovered in Peterborough, suffering from severe amnesia two months ago, is baffling mental health experts.
Norwegian police are appealing for help in identifying this man – who was found collapsed in a snowdrift in Oslo four months
One of the most dangerous side-effects of the Great Recession is amnesia. Our memories have already been eroded by a combination of Twitter and 24-hour rolling news. Add to that the jarring trauma of 2008's existential challenge to capitalism and Voila! The essential details of recent economic history are erased.