Your Creative Muses show up when you’re daydreaming. This means taking your brain outside for some space and letting it off the leash for a fun run! Some of the neatest inventions, answers, and creativity are a result of letting the mind wander. Albert Einstein was noted for encouraging naps and daydreams. The “letting the mind wander in space” recipe is good for creativity, and useful to:
- Creatives and Designers
- Instructional Professionals and Trainers
- Kids at play
- Scientists in discovery mode
- Writers, Musicians, Artists
Sit by a window. Be like a cat… Look outside and let your mind wander. If you have a special need, like seeking an answer to a challenge, write a question on a piece of blank paper and set it to the side. Looking outside … let your mind follow a bird (or be the bird) or seek the top of a tree or imagine yourself floating … for creativity. Any idea that comes up to you say, “Fascinating!” Continue simmering like a cat and spacing out for 5 to 10 minutes. When you come out, write for 2-5 minutes.
Visualization sessions can help in creativity and focus. They are different. Focus uses quieting the thoughts and creativity allows thoughts and images to come up. In either respect, it feels wonderful for discovery, play, and positive changes inside and outside. Click here for a Focus Recipe.
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Set your course for creativity. Creativity is my specialty. We offer private and public training in Neuro-linguistic Programming, Mindmapping, and Visual Facilitation. If you are far away, try an online appointment. Apositiva is located in the Johns Landing area of Portland, Oregon. Call. Calendar. Come. 503-525-0595