George Moscona

 

Friday, September 25, 2009

Left Brain? Right Brain? Above The Line? Below The Line?

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George Moscona

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When working with a horse, I often use Pat Parelli’s "Left Brain/RightBrain" dichotomy to give me a reference point on how to deal with the horse. When a horse is in his "Right Brain" mode, he is flighty, and he is acting out of fear. When he is his "Left Brain" he is calm and ready to work with this human partner.

In my talk with George Moscona, we rotate that image and talk about  "Above the line" or "Below the line" behavior. When you operate below the line, you are reacting to your situation, often in a defensive manner. You are narrating your own story and often judging whether things happening to you are good or bad. If you move above the line, your "observer" self sees what is happening in a much clearer manner and does not evaluate whether it is good or bad. It just is.

George describes this a whole lot better than I do. Please take the time to listen to him. It’s worth it, and it just might change the way you look at the world. I know that he helped me change my outlook.

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George’s call in show was wonderful. Scott Sheperd helped, too.

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