Reflection Paper, on Jill Bolte Taylor's stroke of insight, found on www.ted.com

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In Jill Bolte’s ‘Stroke of insight’, she introduces the subject by telling why she wanted to study brain, and then depicts the experience of her having a real stroke and trying to understand that experience moment by moment in real time. Jill Bolte also explains the…

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ses as a collage, an influx of energy, while the left hemisphere picking out details out of it, categorizing and defining them and expressing them through language (“Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight”). She tells how she felt to be one with universe with the boundaries of her body merging with the environment when she had a stroke in her right brain hemisphere, and concludes her talk by saying how beautiful and peaceful she felt at that time and how we all should learn to internalize that message from our right hemisphere so that there is peace and happiness in the world (“Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of ...
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