The left side of our brain is our higher self. It knows what is right, wrong, and good, and it’s the one that is in charge of the choices we make. If we choose to believe in something, we are more prepared to make that choice.
The left side of our brain is our higher self. It knows what is right, wrong, and good, and its the one that is in charge of the choices we make. If we choose to believe in something, we are more prepared to make that choice.
Our left side is our mind. It is always aware of what is going on around it. It is the most powerful part of our brain. It is our conscience. Your brain has no choice but to believe what your conscience says, and so it makes all of the decisions.
Our left side is also called our intuitive side. It is our part of the brain that knows what is happening deep in our subconscious. This is how we know that you really, really don’t want to do A, B, or C. We also know that you don’t want to do something like: I’m going to go home and spend the evening with a friend. We also know that you are not going to do this.
This is the part of the brain that is so hard to understand. We have a lot of information in our heads, but the part that makes it all make sense is in the left hemisphere. In the left hemisphere, we are able to do things that are completely unintuitive. We can make a phone call and not even think about it, but we can see the phone itself. We can also have the ability to see the future, even though we are not really conscious of it.
With your friend, your left hemisphere also sees the future. There are people who have the same ability in the right hemisphere. But you are right-handed. It’s not the same. Also, it’s not the same for people who don’t have this ability at all.
There is this fascinating experiment that reveals how your brain is wired. In this experiment, two groups of people (a control group and a group that has been given a drug) are shown a video of a person falling down a flight of stairs. The controls all fail to follow the person down the stairs, but the drug group is able to.
The experiment has been done by researchers at the University of Montreal, but the most interesting results come from the brain scans of people who have been given the drug. The drug makes the brain’s “left hemisphere” more capable of performing complex cognitive tasks. This may be why people with the ability in the right hemisphere are much more successful at performing simple tasks, such as learning a new language.
It’s been shown that the drug can affect the ability to process information, as well as alter how the left and right hemispheres of the brain function. This is similar to what happens when you get knocked out while under the influence of a hallucinogen.
Theoretically, if there is any part of the brain that can be altered, it would likely be the right hemisphere. And if it can be altered to the point of being able to process information and perform complex cognitive tasks, then it should be possible to affect the left hemisphere.