Most researchers agree that there is a significant mind-body connection, and some people go so far to say that what the mind forgets, the body remembers. We remember some of the details of events in our everyday lives, but the body also remembers and stores what we experience.
The fact is, that the body speaks all the time, but we might not always hear what it is trying to tell us and it can take time and practice to really begin to hear what it is saying. Memories are not always held in the mind somewhere in our unconscious; instead they can be held in the body.
Have you heard of the saying ‘muscle memory’ it’s usually used in the context of physical exercise, a personal trainer might say it to you. But we all have ‘muscle memory’ our body remembers sounds, smells, touches and tastes.