When you start babbling on about stuff that most “normal” people believe to mumbo jumbo, they will brand you as a nut case, insane or away with the fairies.

Of course, there is good reason for this. Much of it is unsubstantiated, unproven (indeed, unprovable), illogical nonsense!

This is a predominantly masculine response, though the majority of women will also hold this view. A stereotypical response that is symptomatic of social programming. As children, we all believe in ghosts, Santa and monsters under the bed, but we soon learn that there is no such thing as magic. As a result, our sense of wonder is diminished. There are still things that baffle us, but they are treated as illusions, beyond our understanding, or simply ignored.

If you belong to this group, you will probably be practical and understanding of the importance of structure (be this physical or social). Though neurologically it is far more complicated than this, for the sake of argument, this group is referred to as left brain dominant.

Your life is ordered and organised and you have little time to appreciate nature and art. Music, art, magic and fantasy are forms of entertainment, serving only to keep the right brain sated, so that you can continue to focus on your left brain world.