Monthly Archives: April 2010

Dominant as a Normal Brain Activity

A dominant which persist for months or years greatly limits one’s interests and makes one’s development very uneven. This might be useful for your job, but, to quote a witty phrase: a specialist is like a gumboil; he is one-sided. On the other hand, a dominant focus that subjugates all weaker dominant points enables an […]

What is a Dominant State?

The phenomenon which makes our thoughts repeatedly turn to one and the same subject is term a “dominant”. It’s a complicated psycho-physiological process, but to put it simply, for various reasons, a site of increased excitability develops in the brain which, apparently, attracts all the impulses of excitability from the rest of the brain sections […]