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As an added tool in the ability to shift between brain hemispheres we are including on the site the two following perceptual tools. 

The capacity to take a visual image, scramble it, and then put it back together again uses both the left and the right hemispheres.  The right hemisphere processes the abstract elements of the image.  The left hemisphere logically maneuvers the scrambled pieces and rearranges them to form the original image. 

As with a jigsaw puzzle you need to see the relationships of the different pieces in order to recombine them to create a coherent image.  With these exercises you also need to know how to maneuver the sliding pieces properly so that you can see the original image.  

Good Luck!

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