Memory Outer Bank

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
memory outer bank (n.)
Applies tosystem functions

Memory Outer Bank refers to the act of temporarily erasing short term memories to cope with the backlash of unwanted memories coming up to the surface.

Later, these memories go back into memory banks, far away from the awareness.

This can feel like dissociating and "shifting" into another headmate, splitting into new or other headmates, and depersonalization.

This can result in disorientation of time, place and movement.

This may also result in new headmates, or fragments of them being scattered throughout the headspace.