28 May 2011

Right Brain. Artist. Left Brain.

Posted by Moshe Mikanovsky

This article was published on FineArtViews blog on May 5, 2011

Right Brain. Artist. Left Brain.

by Moshe Mikanovsky

We have all heard it before. The right side of our brain is the creative side, the side where all the creativity juices are controlled. We learned how to draw using the right side of our brain. Some of us have even taken some aptitude tests to find out which type of job we are suitable for, and part of these tests might have resulted in identifying our dominant hemisphere inside our skulls. We know that if we are mostly right-brained, we might have random thoughts, which help us think of solutions out-of-the-box, our non-verbal communication skills are strong and we are more inclined to explain ourselves in pictures or many words. But I believe there is much more than that to the right-brain-left-brain conundrum. [...]

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I recommand trying the book mentioned in this article, The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment, by Eckhart Tolle. Its a spirtuality book, where Tolle explains the power of being in the now, and what it means to our spirtual lives.



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