If you’re like me (I’m left-handed, BTW), to this day I still need to check my notes on the theory of Left Brain and Right Brain. And I always remind myself that the Left Brain relates to “L” in Logic, whereas the Right Brain relates to the opposite, starting with Feelings, something that is intangible and cannot be measured.
The shapes of these two parts are similar, but differences have been gradually found in their functions. The left brain is also referred to as the digital brain. It controls reading and writing, calculation, and logical thinking. The right brain is referred to as the analogue brain. It controls three-dimensional sense, creativity, and artistic senses. These two halves work together, but most people are controlled more by one part than by the other!
So I decided to collect a few visually-rich illustrations to help explain it in a simple way.