The Parietal Lobes are crucial in our ability to control and perceive
In principle, the hippocampal signals should be pleasant over the right Temporal/Frontal area, and the amygdaloid
signal should be unpleasant, but this is based on the specializations for the entire right and left hemispheres,
and not the parietal lobes in particular.
However, NO signals have been tested over this region at present.
In principle, the Caudate Nuclear signal can be expected to have phenomenal effects for some people when applied
over either parietal lobe.
If the few reports from this signal can be generalized, the Caudate Nuclear Signal Over the Right side will elicit
relaxation, and over-use can result in a state of lethargy.
Although relaxation usually refers to a pleasant state, the opposite range of feeling - arousal - can also be pleasant.
You should apply the signal once over each parietal lobe before doing a series of sessions using the caudate nuclear
signal over either parietal lobe.
Too much relaxation can feel like an unpleasant lethargy, and too much arousal can emerge as feeling irritable.
Be watchful of these two phenomena when applying the signals over the parietal lobes, (particularly lethargy with
the right parietal lobe).