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Dyslexia

"Dyslexia: A learning disorder marked by impairment of the ability to recognise and comprehend written words." 

The condition of dyslexia can be corrected by the HiddenMind Investigative and Corrective Sound Protocol. This is achieved by correcting underlying physical and emotional electro- physical disturbances. The correction can be permanent after a number of sessions provided that the original underlying physical and emotional causes remain corrected and in a balanced state. The following diagrams and explanations give a clear understanding of the causes of dyslexia.

Dyslexia has no relationship to the basic intelligence of an individual, however problems arise with observing and transferring information from the brain to the written form as typically seen in written work of dyslexics with words, figures and sentences often written backwards. Some of the most famous and successful people in history like Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci or John Lennon were dyslexic, some seriously so. The eyesight problems associated with dyslexia are caused by emotional shock which leads to malfunctions of the electrical system causing 1) bone structure misalignment of the skull and spine 2) the left and right brain not reversing the image seen by the eyes related to homolateral brain function (only one side of brain functioning). The emotional shock which causes dyslexia can be birth or pre-birth shock which prevents proper brain integration in later stages of the child's development. However, dyslexia can occur later in life as a result of emotional or physical shock in a fully integrated person. Dyslexia can be the cause of a major disability in life leading to illiteracy on one hand or a minor effect leading to tiredness, eyestrain, minor short term memory and minor hearing and cognition problems. This is because the left and right conscious brains are not functioning together naturally. This condition, known as homolateral function is the opposite of integrated function when the left and right brain are working together without strain. People who have the condition of homolateral function can integrate their brain function but it takes four times the amount of energy to do so. In the case of young children the subconscious mind will not allow what it regards as an unnecessary loss of energy and refuses to allow the conscious mind the necessary energy to do so. The knock on effect of this is that concentration is retarded and the visual images seen by the eyes are not reversed in the brain - this is called dyslexia. Males and females have different brain structures and facilities designed to complement their roles in life as males and females. The key differences in the sexes with regard to dyslexia is the size of the corpus callosum (the connecting tissue between the left and right cerebrae - left and right brains) which is 23% less in size in males. The hormone testosterone is produced by a pregnant mother in response to her subconscious recognition as having conceived a male foetus. Its function is to convert the inherited body upon which the cells form which is initially female in shape to a male body. As well as physical form and genital organ changes in the foetus as it develops, testosterone inhibits the development of the corpus callosum thereby creating male characteristics. The shortened corpus callosum in males has some advantages over the female brain in relationship to judging spacial distance ie. parking a car, dart throwing, shooting and diciplines that require intense focus ie. chess. Females on the other hand with their longer corpus callosum have advantages over the males which can be seen in their ability to multitask much easier. Male and female vision differs as a result of the size of their corpus callosum. Females have peripheral vision of 180 degrees or more on average without moving their head. Males have narrowed peripheral vision to approximately 90 to 120 degrees of peripheral vision. Females have a wider peripheral vision than males to allow them to be able to have "eyes in the back of their head" to watch young children and keep them safe as they develop. The females extra breadth of vision commences in childhood and allows girls to be able to see two to four letters more than males are able to see at the same age. The breadth of children's vision starts with a small area of vision and increases over the years to their ability to see more letters and work groups increases with their age. Males initially have a narrower area of vision which is always narrower than female vision at the same age. This circumstance accounts for the statistical phenomena consistent in all studies concerning children's reading abilities in different western societies and cultures in the world where for every female that is recognised as having a learning difficulty there are four males in the same statistical group. In today's society the stereotype roles assigned to men and women in the past are reversing or evolving and women are now involved in traditionally dominated areas of work and sports traditionally associated with men. On the other hand men are now more involved as home carers and house husbands. The evolution of this is leading to individuals being more balanced between their male and female sides.

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