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ashley72
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Tony Parsons

Post by ashley72 » Tue Apr 03, 2012 8:57 am

Tony Parsons .... say's it so, so clearly.... and with the most irresistible laughter! Enjoy.

For anyone out there who still feels some bodily tension.... and doesn't feel whole. This message is completely on song.

http://bcove.me/3iq9t6mj

http://vimeo.com/25376402

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Re: Tony Parsons

Post by jimmyrich » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:55 am

Tony Parsons has helped me a lot! :D

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Re: Tony Parsons

Post by ashley72 » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:52 pm

Jimmy,

You were probably left hemisphere dominated, like most of us. His message tries to silence the left hemisphere using brute force! :lol:

The left hemispheres narrowly focused, viewer centric & task orientated approach to mapping the terrain..... runs into a road block, after road block. Finally the questioner becomes perplexed & mentally exhausted not being able to join the dots & map the terrain. The left hemisphere is trapped in a paradoxical maze.

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Its almost like one half of us is incapable of deciphering the message (left hemisphere), but the other half is still open to hearing it (right hemisphere) but in a pure bodily sense. But since the speech centre resides in the left hemisphere, all the questions come only from the left hemispheres viewpoint. But when there is no talking, a moment of stillness, there is that opportunity for the right to merely sense the message in the pure bodily form.

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This documentary on a split brain patient, demonstrates that speech resides, almost exclusively in the left hemisphere, but the right hemisphere can still comprehend the message visually. It just does not have a voice to communicate it. In other words, its like a silent observer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx53Zj7EKQE

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