The Parietal Lobes are concerned with the control and perception of our bodies.
The Parietal Lobe on the left side has yielded it's most pleasant effects when stimulated with the amygdaloid signal.
These effects have included pleasant parasthesias, a sense of being energized, and of feeling more at home in one's
The Hippocampal signal is not suggested over the left parietal lobe.
Non-structure-specific signals have not been tested over the Parietal lobes on the left.
The Caudate Nuclear Signal has not been tested over the left parietal lobe. However, it may have more pronounced
effects over the parietal lobe than over other areas of the cortex. The Caudate Nucleus is connected to the parietal
lobe via the globus palladius, which is allows it a high degree of connectivity with it. There are no reports from
sessions with this design so far, however.
The Thalamic Signal has not been tested over the Parietal Lobe on the left.
Do not switch back and forth between parietal lobe sessions and sessions done
over other locations. Unwanted effects may appear. As with any other area of the brain, do not do sessions too
often. The parietal lobes functions are very different from those of other neighboring areas, and it's thresholds
are a bit higher. These both make it more important that you observe the established