WHAT ARE THE HIGHEST AND LOWER BRAIN CENTRES?

ACCREDITED SENIOR PSYCHOTHERAPIST / COUNSELLOR -Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

From such
simple adjustment of reactions of the spinal cord, we come step by step to the
more complex activities of the subcortical brain centres, and finally to those
which are evidently only short-cuts of the higher brain processes. That we
react at every change of position with the right movements to keep our bodily
balance, that we walk without thinking of our steps, that we speak without
giving conscious impulse for the various speech movements, that we write
without being aware of the motor activity which we had to learn slowly, that we
play the piano without thinking of the special impulses of the hands, that we
select the words of a hasty speech, if we have its aim in mind, without
consciously selecting the appropriate words—all that is by continuous
transitions connected with those simplest automatic reactions. And from here
again, we are led over gradually perhaps to…

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