Both hemispheres deliver their particular share to the development of cognitive processes. Right is synthetic while the left is analytical. Right is non-verbal, the left is verbal. The right hemisphere takes visual information and processes it to draw. If you purely from the R-mode approaches the world, do without analyzing it, without judging. Of the L-mode, one could say that he looks volatile and immediately his judgment has done: he simplifies, abstracts, comes with symbols. Genuine look is no question. This contrasts with the right brain that just purely based on the directly visible reality. The left brain is solving this? Digging in his memory and is based on the knowledge he has stored there. And because the L-mode is very fast, is the R mode is often not even discussed. That's too bad. Compare it to look with one eye while you have two. Then you understand that the world is richer if you use both hemispheres!
Take a sheet of paper and a pencil.
- Sign left on your sheet of paper out of your head a profile facing right.
- Call while you draw the individual components: forehead, eye, nose, lips, chin.
- Draw this line with a pencil after time and identify yourself back into the parts.
- Then draw from the highest end a horizontal line to the right. Do the same from the lower end.
- Now mirrored the left profile on the right between the two horizontal lines, ultimately resulting in a vase.
While you copy mirrored the left profile you will find that you are no longer concerned with naming yourself from the elements, but you look where the curvature starts, how long that line is, how big an angle and how great the distance is between the profiles. You refer to your memory no longer knows what a profile looks like, but to space, to relationships; you are comparing. You draw no conclusions, does not judge if: the nose does not look! or, those lips are too thick.
Draw a second profile, this time from a horror head. Name the parts and then sign the mirror.
Note that your left brain Appoints this profile as: witch-like warts and hooked nose, while the right brain is talking about concave, convex, slanted and curly lines. Because of the complexity of the profile you will automatically switch over to the R mode. In this exercise, it is irrelevant whether you are mirrored perfectly two profiles, it is about the experience of turning on the R mode and the difference with the L mode.
The next step teaches you to more fully switch to the R mode. Take a picture or drawing of a portrait and sign on the head after.
You optical clues now no longer beating; that goes down / up / right / left? Your brains get confused. You see shapes and planes of light and shadow, without any meaning.
Take a complicated drawing of an artist. Turn it upside down and see him well: the outlines, angles, lines. Notice the empty - and spacings. Sign him after. Start at the top. Do not think about the meaning of the lines. If you find you do so, oust then those thoughts of the L-mode! Please note that just at the direction of the lines, length, ratios. Draw slowly. You have 30-40 minutes of time. Rotate the drawing to only when she is ready!
Because the drawing z ?? s head lies the L-mode has no recognition and no aanknopings points and you automatically switch on the R mode, drawing mode. The R mode is the mode in which you meditate because you temporarily turn your stream of thoughts still.
Now choose a sketchy drawing with shadows and copy which also on the head.
More about signs can be found in the special draw Learning