I’m sure we’ve all felt that we’ve clicked with someone or were on the same wave length. Our everyday language is full of these kind of expressions, but is it just a manner of speaking?. Researchers have found that human brains can literally tune into each other through a process called brain coupling.
They looked at brain scans of a person telling a story and another person listening to it. Even though one person was listening and the other person was speaking, they found that the wavelengths of each brain came out incredibly similar. What’s even more amazing is that the more similar the brainwaves were, the better the understanding was between the two.