There are five right brain senses which correspond to the five left brain senses of sight, touch, hearing, taste and smell. Shichida called these senses HSP Abilities. The concept is based on the theory that cells radiate energy waves and receive wave radiations from the environment through resonance function. The HSP Abilities include tactility (guessing by touching), precognition (predicting events), clairvoyance (seeing the hidden), and telepathy (mental communication). And the key to these HSP abilities is imaging.
There are 7 right brain senses play:
What you will need:
- One set of HSP cards
Download HSP Cards – print and cut them out. There are two sets of five “shape” cards.
- Place one set of five “shape” cards in a row facing up.
- Have your child hold another set of five “shape” cards face down.
- Ask your child to place each card face down corresponding to what they think is the same card as the set that is facing up.
- When your child has placed all five cards, turn them over to check if they are the same as the cards facing up.