It was scientifically proved, a long time ago, that the left brain controls most of the logic actions of the body, and that the right side controls the creativity, the action of creation. Now, what I’ve seen so far, is that both brains are almost independent on that aspect, and being that, each have its own cycle, that generally is opposite to the other brain.
What I mean for cycle is… let’s say a sort of on/off automatic cycle. Obviously, half of a brain won’t just shut down for a minute, nor an hour, nor a day. I’m talking about the creative and logical understanding.
In some way, I believe this cycles are not something you born with, but something that reshapes with time.
So far, I’ve seen a lot of different cycles, but the majority is a day/night cycle, in which one brain is activated on either day or night, and the other side on the other part of the day. By that, I mean people who, for an instance, are more creative in the day, that they are in the night. That in the day the can easily come up with an idea, but, on the other hand, are incapable of concentrate, at least easily, on a math exercise.
Also, as you may have thought, some people think logically more on the day than in the night. Don’t know, perhaps they feel more awake on a night, compared to being sleepy at the morning.
And talking about the morning. I’ve seen a couple of cycles, mine for example, most of the time, as a 6 hour cycle, more or less. Morning/Evening/Night6-12/Night12-6 cycle, that works, obviously, turning one brain off and turning the other on.
Being logic on the morning, creative on the evening, logic on the night, and maybe creative past 00:00 am. Seems a little “you’re a psychopath…”, but the truth is that I’m talking with a wide perspective, in general. I don’t have a 6 hour cycle that stays word by word. Yet I can go to a math test and be drawing the next hour, no problem. I can be reading a book and imagine the scene, at the time I try to understand the numerous plots (on a complex book). Me, and you, and the rest of us can use both brains at the same time. We are, actually, by moving both sides of our body.
Just think about it. Can you, or can’t you?