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The ‘split brain’

We are a function of two brains: a left brain and a right. Both sides work together to create a unity of one.

One side is usually more dominant than the other. For some people, they think in words rather than patterns — they are more analytical than visual. Others can be more right-minded, perceptive rather than too sober.

The 'split brain'
The function of two brains

The left brain edits the right. The right brain loosens up the left. One side tells you to conform; the other side to rage into your art.

Both brain hemispheres work together in a system of checks and balances.

Left, right, analytical or creative, we are two selves in one split brain.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.