Using the Dyslexic Brain to Change Yourself

Dec 18, 2015 | About Dyslexia

“A Solitary Fantasy can Transform a Million Realities”…Maya Angelou

I am convinced that a dyslexic individual finds this even faster and easier to do than the average person. They don’t have such a hard time explaining to the left side of the brain that they need to now switch over to the right hemisphere to create a new reality. They live there and do so anyway. Unfortunately, they often are not aware that they have a choice and can create their future as they dream it, believing instead that they may be a victim of the less than ideal circumstances. Instead of seeing reality as a mirror of their own thoughts, beliefs, desires or fears, they put the responsibility into their environment, just like most of us do.

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  1. jendel47

    Good for you Barbara! Keep up the good work.

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