This talk by inspiring brain scientist Jill Bolte Taylor is about her own brain stroke that took eight years to recover her ability to think (how crazy is that?!), walk and talk. She shares very valuable and interesting insights from this experience.
We tend to be superstitious, believe in myths and urban legends. Maybe there is some truth about them. But what if our skill to perceive reality is influenced by the need to survive? Can our brain´s two basic survival skills create tricky situations and make us believe things that are not necessary true? Continue reading