Hey, I just wanted to let you know I saw a neat movie on TED where a lady had a stroke and got a chance to study how her mind works. She's a scientist who studies the human brain. Below is the movie and then my comment I posted in response to it.
WOW! That would explain a lot about why I've been experiencing things like that. I find it difficult to focus on a singular point in time much of the time and when people talk to me, I often times won't be able to figure out what they're saying. I can't log events in order sometimes and like her I can't log whether or not I typed something without referencing it if all the numbers are together. So, I guess that makes me predominantly parallel minded. That's how the angelic realms are. I even experienced what it feels like to look at my body as moving on its own when I looked in the mirror. I actually got scared that I was watching something move on its own. (Meaning because I understand that I'm not my body, my mind showed me it in that fashion.) I can disconnect like that at will too when I'm not channeling intent through it to do something like typing this message. Dyslexia seems to be in that category as well.
That's really neat. Thank you for posting that. I wonder who had to loose their mind for her to pick their brain, though. lol
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Author: S.C Posted on: 02/21/2012 at 10:45 pm
Schizophrenia. These wonderful names that psychiatrists and Dr's place on people when they don't understand everything that the mind can perceive. I'm not saying that people aren't ill some are but they just seem to be so quick, to label people.
I'm glad that this lady was able to do this video to show people what she experienced. There are loads of people who have had this experience but more people will listen and be inclined to consider what she has spoke about, if the person in question is from a scientific background.
Do you experience this all the time?
Author: Na'ven (Officer of the Love) Posted on: 02/21/2012 at 11:26 pm
I experience more of the parallel aspect of my brain that the serial part. Sometimes its fun, but some times it makes organizing thoughts complicated.