How Imagery Works
Posted by Martin Rossman on July 07, 2017 . 0 Comments
The ultimate mechanisms of imagery are still a mystery. In the last twenty years, however, we have learned that imagery is a natural language of a major part of our nervous system. The two sides of the human brain think in very different ways and are simultaneously capable of independent thought. In a real sense, we each have two brains. The left thinks as we are accustomed to thinking, with words and logic. The right, however, thinks in terms of images and feelings.
The right side of the brain plays and especially important role in healing. The imagery provoked by the right brain will often let you see the "big picture" and experience the way an illness is related to events and feelings you might not have considered important. Read more.