Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Strongly Left

Just a quick note. In my continuing attempts to differentiate my left tongue in movement I am getting more and more of strong sublingual tongue musculature control. Small movements in this region have dramatic influence on the head/face/jaw control.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016


Been a real struggle in an attempt to write anything worthwhile for the past month. Still working on differentiating the left half of my head/tongue/sublingual region in movement from the right side.
It feels that it is getting slightly larger, but no dramatic breakthroughs.

Interesting link on the importance of Peekaboo

Another below on horses

The horses tended to look at the angry faces out of their left eye—a response well-documented in horses and in dogs, indicating that an animal is engaging the right hemisphere of its brain where novel and fear-provoking stimuli are processed. The horses’ heart rates also rose more quickly when they were presented with the angry face. Being able to tell a smiling handler from an angry one is a useful skill for a domestic horse—being approached by a frown rarely results in happy consequences.