I just came across this, and found it interesting enough that I wanted to share it with my readers.
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To understand the inner workings of the human brain, we must first study the structure of this incredibly complex organ.
Inside the skull is the Corpus Callosum which is a group of over 200 million nerve fibres connecting the two sides (hemispheres) of the brain.
The Corpus Callosum provides the main route for the transfer and integration of information between the two hemispheres of the brain.
In the vast majority of people one hemisphere is alternately dominant over the other, depending upon the task being performed.
Which way do you see the dancer spinning? — Clockwise or Anti-Clockwise?
When you see her spinning clockwise you are using your right brain and when you view her spinning anti-clockwise you are using your left brain.
Meditation & Whole Brain Thinking
Scientific research has proven that advanced meditators develop the ability to use their whole brain and to live in a more balanced state characterized by brain synchronization and whole brain functioning. Some of the most brilliant scientists, technologists and artists throughout history had a high degree of “whole brain synchronisation”. Einstein, Picasso and Lewis Carol are a few examples of the small percent of people who used Whole brain thinking.
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The thing that I found really interesting was that, in the past I’ve always seen the dancer spinning counter-clockwise. As I did today, when I started looking at the picture. But, as I looked, I found I was able to change the direction of spin, almost at will, while I listened to a Brainwave Entrainment audio track. I’ll write more about that soon.
Give it a try, and tell me what you think.