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  1. You have two options:

    1. Find an interesting activity that will take up 100% of your free time. Over time, all information that is not needed for this action will be washed out and forgotten as unnecessary.
    2. Change what you remember. Constantly recall and reflect on unnecessary information, always highlighting only one minimal aspect of it. After a while, you'll find that you only remember this little bit.
      There is no magic wand, because choose what suits you better.
  2. Every day we learn information, even if we don't notice it. For computers, to remember information, you just need to transfer it to local memory. But for humans, this procedure is slightly different. People also have a system that is responsible for memories, for example, when we receive information about something, it is automatically added to a temporary folder(for example, a computer). The control system checks whether the information has been updated. If the date of information becomes outdated, it simply erases it(and thus frees up memory). And if this information is updated, then the system already starts thinking, and adds it to the permanent folder. BUT the permanent folder is also regulated(but there is a long-term term). Differences from the computer system, only fragments of information are saved(for example: interesting points, an important formula, ways to solve a specific problem). Of course, you can remember everything in its entirety, but over time, only a fragment will remain. To delete information(or rather erase it) from the brain, you just need not remember this information until the expiration date and the system will delete it(but not completely, there will be fragments left to restore). Information is divided into 2 categories: Interesting and not interesting. The interesting category is remembered for the best. And by this I want to say that to remember you need to constantly repeat, to forget you need not to remember and not think about it(of course, in order for the best to cope, you need not pay attention) and over time it will already lose its meaning and will be forgotten.

  3. You can't delete information, you can only force yourself not to think about it for a long time, to distract yourself with something. But then, after a few years, you suddenly remember again about unwanted information. Sometimes, you remember things and events that you haven't thought about for several decades. Nothing goes away from the memories; you just need stimuli to remember this or that.

  4. The term “delete “is something from the practice of Scientologists who promote some kind of”clearing”. I wouldn't recommend it. Any violent intervention in the psyche and brain function usually does not end well. As an example, I will cite memories from my youth. I have specialized in homicide and other serious crimes for several years. In the 90s, this experience was plentiful. And somehow I began to pay attention to the fact that a lot of mokrushniki shortly “before” were treated by a well-known doctor in our district, who “rewired” alcoholics by hypnosis. I was interested in this topic, I began to collect statistics, then summed up the results and was horrified. It turned out that up to 60% of the former patients of this “miracle doctor” eventually killed someone, they were killed, they committed suicide or got into the criminal statistics for other similar circumstances. I even wanted to open a criminal case against this ” doctor “in order to deal specifically with his”methods”. But then I was sent on another business trip “to sunbathe in the south”, then I got wrapped up, and somehow my hands didn't reach it. And it would be very interesting to press it against a warm wall.

    So what to do with your question. This question refers us to the management of our consciousness, to the solution of the problem of human subject-objectness. There's an old philosophical joke about a white monkey in your head. After thinking about it and imagining it in all its details, how can you then banish the creature from the skull? Modern psychology offers essentially only one method. Briefly and figuratively, you can describe it like this: if you want to banish the white monkey from your thoughts, run the green one there and ask it to banish the white one. Well, some people suggest just slamming the unfortunate animal with a Colt .45. But I explained this above. The only normal way is to work on yourself, for a long time, painstakingly, doing exercises of spiritual growth, for example, real yoga. And gradually you will gain the ability to manage the content of your thoughts, emotions, and other parts of your mind. Then you can safely command any monkeys and cockroaches. When to turn it on and when not to turn it off. And then, if you are lucky and succeed, you can reach the stage when consciousness will be freed from the problem of subject-objectness, from the slavery of the duality of human nature. But even in this case, you don't need to delete anything. “Everything that hits us in the ” head “(except for bullets and shrapnel) is our wealth. You just need to learn how to use this wealth correctly (nektosvostok). All the best.

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