News - The mystery of brainwaves
by Life Positive
Alan, 49, ran a small business in Malvern, Worcestershire, when he collapsed after suffering a bout
of migraine. When rushed to hospital, doctors discovered a burst blood vessel, an aneurysm, in his brain.
During the mammoth operation, involving 15 surgeons, Alan almost died twice after suffering a major stroke. In the months he spent recovering in intensive care, he would doodle to pass time. That was when he discovered his new talent. A nurse gave him a photograph of her dog, which he copied perfectly.
The stroke left his left arm almost useless, which made him unable to carry on with his business. Unable to draw anything more than stick figures earlier, Alan is completing a degree in Fine Arts. He has now decided to open his own art gallery in Malvern.
In another incident, Yorkshire man Chris Gregory, 30, shocked his family when he woke up from a brain operation with a thick Irish accent.
Medical science does not know what to make of these unusual cases, although it admits that brain surgery results in varying and unpredictable effects, which are rarely positive. Maybe these surgeries flick a switch in the brain and activate dormant abilities, which leads to the postulate that all of us have equal talent or are equally gifted. On the other hand, it might be a spiritual experience triggering unexplained abilities beyond space-time or from a past life. We are only in a position to guess as to what causes these inexplicible phenomena.
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