In your research, did you find any mention of how to remove an implanted meme?
Here's the thing I want to know... if I have any residual affects of my time in landmark, how do I get it outta there?
(Guy, maybe you have some insights into this as well?)
To use your computer analogy, maybe I need a memory defrag :)
Your question got me thinking.
In cognitive behavior therapy the whole basis of its method is the theory that the way we FEEL is directily related to the types of thoughts that we tell ourselves.
Many of these thoughts are often automatic and go almost unnoticed.
Regardless we engineer these voices ourselves or pick them up from others and then repeat them over and over--for example from LEC trainers and similar voices.
Now there's even science that suggests that as infants we me even pick up the attitudes and reactions to certain stimuli of those with whome we spent our formative years--even before we could talk.
And from that theory the whole CBT method was developed that taught people how to expose these harmful thoughts and then counter them with more realistic ones.
What's amazing is that there is a huge body of evidence to show that when people do change those thoughts that most did feel better. Nearly all actually.
I cannot emphasize enough just how powerful these methods are.
That said, since CBT is so good at exposing and neurtralizing those kind of "voices," I wonder if perhaps CBT might not be useful to neutralize other kinds of voices--like past LEC trainers' voices for example?
I simply offer it as a possible avenue to pursue and test for yourself. I do not represent it as THE only answer nor do I guarantee that it will work.
IF anyone is interested for whatever reason, you can find both"Feeling Good" and "Intimate Connections" at Amazon.com, Read the professional kudos there and elsewhere as well as the many testimonials and make up your own mind if you think they might be helpful to you.
If money is an issue I know that both books are available at the library and/or inter library loan.
And best of all nobody will call and/or try to shame you into doing what they think you "should."
Good luck and good health!