Brain - left-handed men

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As a result of their constitution, left-handed men use much more the left brain than the right brain, and they can be quite hard, strong, with masculine attitudes and aggressive.

For them, work is a matter of survival, much more than for right-handed men.

When facing problems at work, they confront them and, if possible, they will fight. They are warriors. Fights at work are relatively acceptable to them.

They are dominating men and expect women to be passive.

Let us imagine that a man like this finds out that his wife has deceived him. In this case, he will feel a great urge to have her back or to find another woman. He will thus attempt to strengthen his right brain, his softer side. If he fails to achieve this, he will then need to hold on to his left brain as hard as he can, thus blocking his right brain and, in the process, increasingly losing the sensitivity of his feminine side. He will become so violent that he will end up turning that aggressiveness on to himself, in various ways.

Left-handed men are naturally more aggressive, because it is part of their constitution. However, that tendency to block out their right side of the brain is not natural. It is not part of what he was meant to do when he incarnated. If he incarnated as a left-handed man, this is because amidst his family, clan, society where he lives, he has a purpose he is not allowed to question, only accept it and live as truthfully and genuinely as possible. That tendency to block out one of the sides of the brain, in this case the right side, must be observed and acknowledged, because it encloses a mental pattern that has its origins in the models of female and male the person has become accustomed to and which are not good for him, or which he may want to confront violently, despite that action bringing him no benefit.

In these cases, priority should be given to look at the model of woman he had, particularly that of the biological Mother. The model of woman comes from the female pattern he has become used to, or which he wants to resist, when living with his biological Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, aunts, etc. How did this left-handed man feel the contact with the women of his Mother’s lineage, even with his Mother? Were they very masculine women? How did he feel amongst them?

Then, one should also look at the model of biological Father he had. The model of man also comes from the pattern he has become used to, or which he wants to resist, when living with his biological Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, uncles, or even the absence of a man model.

See Brain,Brain – right-handed men, Brain – left-handed women, Brain – right-handed women, Brain – brain disorders, Brain – tumor, Brain – blocked brain, Brain – double brain.

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