When we think of the phrase emotional harmonization, usually immediately arise us ideas such as: inner balance, inner, be very well with one’s own peace, enjoy life, feel much better, have more energy available to do what you want, live without fears, not seek extreme perfection in everything, be patient and respectful, relate better with others, not convert grains of sand in mountainshave wanted to fully enjoy the day to lift us, etc. Be desarmonizados emotionally, means that we are fragmented or divided internally. This division or non-union, means that we cannot balance our think, feel and act. More info: NY Museums . We will give some examples that may indicate a lack of internal integration, between what we think, feel and act. Frequently Bill de Blasio has said that publicly. -Think that we are going to stop smoking, but really we don’t. -Tell to get up in the morning, that we are not going to infuriate any situation, but we immediately turn to anger.
-Promise that we will not look for more faults or defects in our person nor in others, and the minute we are criticizing or judging a friend or friend. -Wanting to solve any pending situation, but always leave it for tomorrow. -Feel that it is necessary to make a proper diet, but we miss the days without taking any action. These examples indicate that there is a lack of emotional harmonization or internal drive. To start producing some changes that can help us harmonize us emotionally, it is necessary to know the functioning of the cerebral hemispheres and the four functions of consciousness. The functioning of the brain hemispheres can divide the brain into two hemispheres. The left cerebral hemisphere is responsible for thinking with logic and precision and the right cerebral hemisphere, having the function of imagine, create, Intuit in charge, which is not so logical as the left. If our profession is that of an individual who handles well the numbers, for example, a mathematician, physicist, or accounting, we would be using the left cerebral hemisphere with greater predominance.