Aug 052010
 

Some scientists did a test and concluded that when people are asked something in their right ear, they will agree more often than if they are asked in their left ear.

This situation is an example of both Yin Yang Theory and the energy of the human body at work.

A human being has energy. That energy will have a focus spot that should be directly on the physical body of the human being. Many human beings though have an energy that is focused outside of their body.

To control a human being whose energy is focused outside of their body, you find where they focus their energy and stand on that spot. It takes skill and the more skillfull you are, the better you can control the person while standing on their energy focus spot.

What these scientists are finding is that large numbers of people have the energy of their body focused off to their right side. Probably because they are right handed. Every physical action they take they perform with their right hand, so over time the right hand pulls their energy to their right.

The original news story is reprinted next.

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Research shows that people prefer to be addressed in their right ear as they will find it easier to process the information and are therefore more likely to perform a task.

Known as the “right ear advantage”, scientists believe it is because information received through the right ear is processed by the left hand side of the brain which is more logical and better at deciphering verbal information than the right side of the brain.

The researchers looked at how people listen in natural situations and seeing how they respond.

The team led by Dr Luca Tommasi and Daniele Marzoli from the University of Chieti in central Italy, observed behaviour of hundreds of people in three nightclubs across the city.

They intentionally addressed 176 people in either their right or their left ear when asking for a cigarette. They obtained significantly more cigarettes when they made their request in a person’s right ear compared with their left.

The authors’ results confirm a “right ear advantage” for verbal communication and the increased willingness to carry out a request when it is asked into the right ear.

Their findings were just published online in Springer’s journal Naturwissenschaften

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