The simple explanation, ala, Lynn Weiss, Pioneer ADD/ADHD lady who loves to make up her own definitions for things so I can convey the way in which I experience things is made up of three parts:
- “It’s the design of the part of our brain that takes in everything we sense—see, hear, taste, smell or feel around us—that enables us to figure out what experiences we’re having.” (Oh, and by the way, I also think senses include “Intuition.” but not everyone is comfortable with that word, so take it or leave it.
- “It’s the design of the part of our brain that associates whatever we perceived to
have taken in with all the other stuff that already been taken in at an earlier time.”
- It is the design of the part of our brain that expresses the mixture of what we’ve
taken in, mixed with past content and then express in our special form.
But, realize that not everyone’s normal brain is made in the same way. There is no right or wrong way to experience these three steps of the process. The functions are served, but the creative process is simply another reflection of diversity: BrainStyle Diversity.
As you learn to recognize what feels comfortable for you and what you need from your environment to receive and understand information that you desire or need, getting your needs met will require less energy and will become easier for you and those around you.
Live from your True Self,