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The right side is the creative side and this is where all the imaging, and intuitive activity takes place. We can see that some people are naturally more active in this area than others. Artists, composers and improvising musicians, story tellers etc. However, all of us use both sides of the brain. We are all different and we will gravitate towards what feels more natural for us as individuals. There is no right or wrong…. Only right and left

Both sides of the brain work together as part of a team and pass information to each other.

The left side of the brain deals with all the analytical functions. It works in conjunction with the right side too. Some people will  be more active in this part of the brain than others and will perhaps be more analytically based and perhaps drawn towards activities such as puzzles, be good at maths, solving technical issues,science etc. Musicians playing from sheet music will be very active here too,  

A Summary of  emotional brain function

How Brainy stuff relates to our emotions

The way the brain functions is enormously complex, and we still  only know a relatively small amount about this amazing organ of our body. I’ll try to keep the information here simple to understand and how it’s related to hypnotherapy with the aim of highlighting some of the basic functions that affect our emotions, how we feel, what we believe, and how this affects the way we subsequently behave.

We can compare the brain to being a very powerful computer, but instead of just electrical signals, our computer also produces chemicals to carry its information signals. The brain is made up of billions of cells called neurons. There are connections between these neurons which send and receive billions of bits of information between each other, and are constantly changing. There are several sections within the brain designed to complement one another. We can break it down into a storage area, like a hard drive, motors, processors and an operating system. Like a computer, we add new software programs to deal with different applications in life. These are added to the system when we’re ready and are upgraded over time. The brain can also be prone to corruption through inputting unproductive and false information into it. Fortunately, because of it’s plasticity, the brain is also perfectly capable of un-doing previous patterns and can re-wire the neurons to get rid of unwanted corrupt data through re-programming using techniques such as hypnosis. As a baby, we have all the capacity ready and waiting like a fertile garden waiting for seeds of learning to be sown, with all the storage we need ready to absorb life’s new data. We learn the basic commands at first and as we grow, we get more and more able to use our computer to perform more complex tasks over time. (Page 1/2)




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