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If you are having trouble thinking clearly, cannot make up your mind about something, or have anxiety, the right and left sides of your brain may not be balanced.
The solution is a simple feel-good movement called Rhythmic 8s. This exercise allows the halves of our brain to coordinate more effectively.
The technique of Rhythmic 8s is used in educational kinesiology to help children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. Research has shown that when these students draw large figure eights on dry erase boards and let their bodies flow with the drawing motion, it helps ameliorate their learning disorders by causing the right and left brains to communicate more effectively.
Source: Eden, Donna. Energy Medicine, Tarcher/Putnam, 1999
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