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Friday, 28 March 2008

The ability to choose how to use your two minds

With a hat-tip to Sarah Williams, who's one of the terrific people at Unique People in Cairns, here's a thoughtful piece that delves deeply into brain lateralization and our two quite distinct minds, suggesting that we make the choice of when we want to be in each.

[Transcript and full details are available here.]

Wouldn't it be great to be able to switch back and forth at will? Well that is one of the goals of the work I do: to promote integration of character and personality, to ultimately discover our individual gifts and achieve human nobility.

Somehow after you listen to Jill's story, such words don't seem so overblown, nor the goal so farfetched.

Some thoughts to take you into the weekend. Be well.

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