The Occipital / Temporal / Parietal Region is not well-understood,
though some of it's functions are known. On the right, it functions in spatial perception, and the orientation
of the body. It's also the region where the Angular Gyrus is found. The right Angular Gyrus was implicated in out-of-body
experiences when stimulation on that point (in open-brain surgery) elicited one in 2002.
The The Occipital / Temporal / Parietal Region on the left is implicated in language processing, as well as humor
and romantic love. In women, it's involved with orgasm quality.
Using Shakti over both side of the head in this area will energize the least
active of these two areas on each side of the brain. This can result in a balancing of one's body/emotional system.
Lying outside the area where language is processed, as well as being outside the areas responsible for the sense
of self, makes these session designs likely to manifest subtle effects - ones difficult to describe in words.