Cognitive Emotional Re-Alignment with Hemispheric Integration™ is the scientific process of how to train the brain to code and decode experience accurately.

Human beings continually receive information from their environment and from their perceptions about it. While some of the external information is processed instantly by superficial receptors, such as physical pain awareness, most of that external information, and every bit of the internal information, is processed by the brain.

The human brain contains many dynamic and interrelated parts, but there are two cerebral structures that group different types of mental processes and activities together. These structures are the left and right hemispheres.

The human brain is divided in two major halves. Of course these hemispheres are connected by several support structures, the largest of which is the corpus callosum, but research seems to indicate that each hemisphere is predominantly associated with one of two different concepts and that each half has their own way of processing information.

The left hemisphere is usually associated with processes that are more analytical, organized and fact-finding. Math, language, reasoning, logic, objectivity and rules have been said to originate in the left hemisphere. Its processing of information and the concepts associated with it have been likened to serial processing. In serial processing, one process is addressed at a time. It is then completed and then another one is begun.

The right hemisphere is usually associated with processes that are more creative, expansive and see “the big picture”. Art, music, creativity, analogy, emotion and imagination have been said to originate in the right hemisphere. Its processing of information and the concepts associated with it have been likened to parallel processing. In parallel processing, two or more processes may be processed at one time, with the possibility of each process finishing at the same time or not. When one of the processes is completed, another one is added.

Two very different hemispheres with two seemingly very different processing methods interacting with each other all to get a better picture or feel for the world. Sounds like a lot going on. Well there’s more.

The left hemisphere controls the motor skills on the right side of the body. The right hemisphere controls the left. The left hemisphere also ‘sees’ the information from the right eye, while the right hemisphere ‘sees’ the information from the left eye. Now this is where it gets a bit more complicated.

The left hemisphere processes the information from the left ear and left nostril, while the right hemisphere processes information from the right ear and right nostril. This lateralization of brain function makes it difficult discover which hemisphere is truly responsible for the creation of a memory or it’s emotional component.

On top of this, there is another brain structure that is critical to memory formation, storage and retrieval.

The brain processes all information initially through two tiny brain structures called the amygdalae. Human beings have two amygdala in the brain, one beneath the left hemisphere and one beneath the right hemisphere. And current research suggests that the amygdala performs the primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions. These two structures are responsible for the majority of encoding stimuli which eventually leads to beliefs, values, sense of identity and more.

Knowing how these two structures work, Success Design International has created processes with specific linguistic skills to help integrate both sides of the brain. This way, you are able to “see”, “hear”, and “feel” a situation more clearly. And with this, you are able to understand your reactions, let go of old beliefs and take steps to achieve the results you desire.

With the scientific knowledge of the brain and other processes, Success Design International has unlocked the structure of beliefs, how they can control your life, and how to change them to achieve what you want.