Helping Your Gifted Right-Brain Learner, Part Four: Why Letting Go Works

If you let your gifted child daydream, he or she will achieve synthesis. Say your daughter is good in math. After working a series of difficult problems, she should let her mind wander off.

This activates the right brain and liberates it to combine and recombine many concepts, eventually producing a new and exciting insight. Too much single-focus thinking interferes with this process; that’s why right-brain learners are much better off daydreaming.

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About Rebecca Hein

Author of A Case Of Brilliance, her memoir of her discovery that her two children are profoundly gifted
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