Neuroscience Says Your Brain Can Be On The Same Mental ‘Wavelength’ As Someone Else’s
All of us are familiar with the feeling of being on the same wavelength with some person. The language used every day contains so many expressions but it’s just a way of speaking.
Dr. Uri Hasson together with his team of neuroscientists has been studying this for years and discovered that our brains can literally “tune” into each other. That process is named ‘brain coupling’ (also known as ‘the same wavelength’).
Dr. Hasson and his team were observing the brain scans of a person talking to another person who was just listening.
Throughout this totally different brain function, they found out that the waves from one brain to the other were almost the same.
According to the research…
Oftentimes when you talk with someone you have the feeling as if you can’t get through them, and other times you know that you are connected with someone right away. And when you begin to understand each other, as the time goes by, your brains turn out to be almost the same in response. This means you are on the same wavelength!
This is an incredible affirmation of the “gut instinct” that you get when you are around certain people who really are on the same wavelength with you. However, if we want to study this phenomenon, there is so much more to be learned.
Do you want to know another interesting fact? Here it is:
The reflection of the two brains grows if the association between them becomes stronger. The researchers proved this by a post-scan interview.
Thus, next time you feel the “good vibrations” from someone, don’t ignore it – because that’s the moment when your brain recognizes the connection between the two of you.