If you’re a right-handed individual, you often use your left hand with limitations. That is also true with left-handed individuals. Very few people can use both their hands with dexterity. These people are called ambidextrous and very good examples are Harry Truman, Fleming, Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo. Ambidextrous can also be the ability to handle various tasks simultaneously. In this article, you will learn more about mind mapping and its connection to being ambidextrous.
In today’s modern times, people are already used to handling multiple tasks at the same time. You’ve probably seen your Mom talking on the phone, cooking, and attending the laundry concurrently. While you’re doing different tasks simultaneously, your brain’s left and right hemispheres is also juggling the tasks. Thinking activities on the brain’s right hemisphere includes easy comprehension, subjectivity, and strong intuition. The left hemisphere is attributed by rational, analytical, and logical thinking.
It is often hard to use both hemispheres of the brain at the same instance but it can be developed after some time especially if you’re determined to learn more about it.
Once you’ve mastered using both hemispheres of the brain, you already have the so-called ambidextrous mind. Each hemisphere has its own attributes and if you’re able to use them together, your brain’s capacity can be optimized. Aside from that, an optimized brain is able to enhance brain output and increase awareness.
You too can attempt to have an ambidextrous mind. You should develop your analytical skills, while trying to be reasonable and reflective of your tasks. By doing so, you can deepen your logical ability, creativity, imagination, and you might also be able to find links and associations to increase your awareness.