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                                        Our fantastic, and stupid brain...

There is tons to write about here, so Im gonna keep it simple and only include the stuff that's important regarding your reason for being here right now..

Our brain has 2 halves, called hemispheres.

In general, the left and right hemispheres of our brain process information in different ways.
While we have a natural tendency towards one way of thinking, the two sides of our brain work together in our everyday lives.


Everyday life:

Left Brain Right Brain
Focuses on the verbal Parts and specifics Focuses on the visual See the whole
Processing information in an analytical and sequential way Processes information in an intuitive and simultaneous way
Looking first at the pieces then putting them together to get the whole Looking first at the whole picture then the details
Verbal and analytical Non-verbal and intuitive
  Using pictures
   

Though right-brain or non-verbal thinking is often regarded as more ‘creative’, there is no right or wrong here; it is merely two different ways of thinking.
One is not better than the other, just as being right-handed is not ‘superior’ to being left-handed.

What is important is to be aware that there are different ways of thinking, and by knowing what your natural preference is, you can pay attention to your less dominant side to improve the same.
 

Left Brain Right Brain
Logical, see reason (Science) See only parts and specifics Intuition / Emotions (gut feeling) See the whole and relationships
Language Thinks in pictures
Writing Music, Dance, Rhythm
Analytical, breaks apart Identifies with the group
Thinks sequentially Is introverted
Is extroverted Art
is ordered/controlled Creativity / Fantasy
Linear Thinking Thinks holistically

Conclusion: The left side of the brain analyses everything and tries to fins the logic in any gives situation. It keeps analyzing the pieces of the puzzle.
The right part of the brain listens to one’s intuition and uses more nonlinear thinking and creativity. The front of the puzzle box is on this side.

But the right hemisphere of the brain can't make any sense of what that picture is, it doesn't understand what and why it is there.
The left side analyses and analyses the pieces but has no clue on what the peeeep this is.
The two parts of the puzzle makes no sense if they are not put together.. That's what we do. Bring the 2 parts of the brain together so that you can reach the important full brain state, which is a state you have to be in, in order to once and for all change your beliefs.

There are tons more but and at our sessions you will learn more about the other aspects. BUT before that we need to locate where in the brain your beliefs or fears are stored.. Book an appointment today and find out how and what we can do to help you figure out the WHY..
 

In general, the left and right hemispheres of our brain process information in different ways. While we have a natural tendency towards one way of thinking, the two sides of our brain work together in our everyday lives. The right brain of the brain focuses on the visual, and processes information in an intuitive and simultaneous way, looking first at the whole picture then the details. The focus of the left brain is verbal, processing information in an analytical and sequential way, looking first at the pieces then putting them together to get the whole.

Left brain thinking is verbal and analytical. Right brain is non-verbal and intuitive, using pictures rather than words. The best illustration of this is to listen to people give directions. The left brain person will say something like “From here, go west three blocks and turn north on Vine Street. Go three or four miles and then turn east onto Broad Street.” The right brain person will sound something like this: “Turn right (pointing right), by the church over there (pointing again). Then you will pass a McDonalds and a Walmart. At the next light, turn right toward the Esso station.”

Though right-brain or non-verbal thinking is often regarded as more ‘creative’, there is no right or wrong here; it is merely two different ways of thinking. One is not better than the other, just as being right-handed is not ‘superior’ to being left-handed. What is important is to be aware that there are different ways of thinking, and by knowing what your natural preference is, you can pay attention to your less dominant side to improve the same.

- See more at: http://www.ucmas.ca/our-programs/whole-brain-development/left-brain-vs-right-brain/#sthash.AGAViooa.dpuf
In general, the left and right hemispheres of our brain process information in different ways. While we have a natural tendency towards one way of thinking, the two sides of our brain work together in our everyday lives. The right brain of the brain focuses on the visual, and processes information in an intuitive and simultaneous way, looking first at the whole picture then the details. The focus of the left brain is verbal, processing information in an analytical and sequential way, looking first at the pieces then putting them together to get the whole.

Left brain thinking is verbal and analytical. Right brain is non-verbal and intuitive, using pictures rather than words. The best illustration of this is to listen to people give directions. The left brain person will say something like “From here, go west three blocks and turn north on Vine Street. Go three or four miles and then turn east onto Broad Street.” The right brain person will sound something like this: “Turn right (pointing right), by the church over there (pointing again). Then you will pass a McDonalds and a Walmart. At the next light, turn right toward the Esso station.”

Though right-brain or non-verbal thinking is often regarded as more ‘creative’, there is no right or wrong here; it is merely two different ways of thinking. One is not better than the other, just as being right-handed is not ‘superior’ to being left-handed. What is important is to be aware that there are different ways of thinking, and by knowing what your natural preference is, you can pay attention to your less dominant side to improve the same.

- See more at: http://www.ucmas.ca/our-programs/whole-brain-development/left-brain-vs-right-brain/#sthash.AGAViooa.dpuf

The way people give directions.

Left Brain Right Brain
“From here, go west three blocks and turn north on Vine Street.
Go three or four miles and then turn east onto Broad Street.”
 
“Turn right (pointing right), by the church over there (pointing again). Then you will pass a McDonalds and a Walmart. At the next light, turn right toward the Esso station.”

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