There’s an increasing awareness of how the different levels of our brain - the more primitive “reptilian” brainstem, the more recent mammalian brain and the most recent neo-cortex - interplay to inform our experience and physiology.
What’s less widely understood is the profound difference in worldview between the left and right hemisphere’s of the brain. The difference in structure and function between these two sides is conserved throughout evolution.
For example, a bird pecking for food at the ocean will have it’s left eye sending information to it’s right brain about potential predators circling above while the right eye sends information to the left brain about the difference between a tasty bug and a grain of sand.
Understanding how your two brains view the world is a crucial way to gain insight into our experience and healing.