It’s absolutely vital in understanding stress and how it works in you for us to also understand how your left-right brain is being used. So let me explain how I discovered the way the left and right brain affect you, how you learn and how you stress!
My process of Left-Right Brain Learning started one dark cold night at the age of 10 while in the backyard sawing a piece of wood for the fireplace. After a few seconds of being distracted by some lights in the sky, I looked back down to the wood and noticed that the saw had accidentally jumped onto my index finger.
The interesting thing was that I didn’t notice I had been sawing my finger until I looked down and saw the blood. Because of not understanding how I could injure myself and not feel any pain, this mishap led me on a path of trying to find how the mind body are so intimately connected.
I studied every book I could get my hands on related to self-analysis, meditation and hypnosis. It was a couple of years later from a magic book describing the art of distraction and how it can trick the mind that I had a breakthrough.
That’s what had happened to me, I felt no pain despite nearly sawing through my finger when I was so distracted by the lights in the sky.
Shortly after, I started using a method of self-hypnosis to successfully affect the subconscious functions of my body, such as my breathing and heartbeat.
A Pattern Begins to Show Itself
I started working with hypnosis to help people and as I did I began to observe a pattern arising in connection with the outcome from the type of suggestions I would give to individuals. I started to see that straightforward suggestions would work effectively with some people but not others.
So I began to put things together and realized that some people, in their early years, learn to accept very literally what was being taught to them and that they could trust in that way of learning. While others, possibly because of being sent mixed messages, got into the habit of thinking they needed to interpret what was being said to them.
So, it’s very important that we understand your unique brain set-up before we deal with your stress, because what helps you won’t necessarily help someone else and vice versa.
Your Unique Brain Set-up and Stress
In the 1960s, researchers discovered that when an individual had one hemisphere removed because of injury or disease, the patient would exhibit certain traits that were different from a patient who had the opposite hemisphere removed.
These different hemisphere traits coincided with my research into people being affected in different ways when given the same exact suggestions. So it all came together, the left hemisphere was prone to learning and accepting suggestions in a more questionable fashion, and the right hemisphere was more prone to learning and accepting suggestions in a more direct and literal way.
That means resolving stress is all about addressing how your brain hemispheres are working together.
And with that, my Neuro Stress Technology Process was born. A process which is a highly personalized approach to change the stress you feel by fitting the process to your unique hemisphere usage.
Remember, it’s not your conscious mind that has the most power. We use only 10% of it. It’s your subconscious mind (90%) that really controls much of how we do things. And if you don’t learn to communicate effectively with your subconscious, stress will get to you.
Stress stays a killer because it’s not one-size-fits-all
Even though everyone has a unique learning process, people keep using a one-size-fits-all approach to stress for everyone they treat.
Neuro Stress Technology actually tailors a stress relief program to the individual. Which gives you the very best advantage when it comes to fighting stress. And the first step is to take the FREE assessment so we can understand your unique mind.