Hey, it’s playtime!

Let’s doodle!

right-brain mode 4 ‘children at heart’

A whole day of having fun. Interested? Come along!  🙂

during which

you will not

  • analyse yourself or others
  • talk about your parents or other relatives
  • talk about your past
  • talk about your pains and aches
  • talk about your future or your goals in life
  • use your logical mind

however, you will

  • play, create, draw, paint, etc
  • be creative
  • communicate  yourself via different art forms
  • meet the creative ‘child’ within
  • get dirty with creation
  • have great fun
  • experiment with seeing the world through the eye of your ‘right-brain and learn to look at things and life differently

you will also

  • Learn to use and take advantage of your right-brain functions
  • Learn to use One-brain techniques
  • Unleash your creativity and problem-solving giant within

Possible result of taking part is that you will reconnect with the inner energy source of  your creativity and enthusiasm and start seeing things from a new perspective

Techniques used : right-brain drawing methods, one brain method, problem-solving tools, creative tools

Trainer: Ildiko Kudlik, a child at heart, artist/coach (for more information see other pages of site)

Language: English (translation possible)



 Right-brain thinking

Two Ways of Knowing

Betty Edwards has used the terms L-Mode and R-Mode to designate two ways of knowing and seeing – the verbal, analytic mode and the visual, perceptual mode – no matter where they are located in the individual brain. You are probably aware of these different characteristics. L-mode is a step-by-step style of thinking, using words, numbers and other symbols. L-mode strings things out in sequences, like words in a sentence. R-mode on the other hand, uses visual information and processes, not step-by-step, but all at once, like recognizing the face of a friend.

“You have two brains: a left and a right. Modern brain scientists now know that your left brain is your verbal and rational brain; it thinks serially and reduces its thoughts to numbers, letters and words… Your right brain is your non-verbal and intuitive brain; it thinks in patterns, or pictures, composed of ‘whole things,’ and does not comprehend reductions, either numbers, letters, or words.” From The Fabric of Mind, by the eminent scientist and neurosurgeon, Richard Bergland. Viking Penguin, Inc., New York 1985. pg.1






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