Month: December 2013

Why Creative Visualization Works

Candle FlameExperience has shown that creative visualization works.

It is quite possible to prove that circumstances and events follow thoughts.

Take any situation or happening in your life, and go back to find what kind of thoughts preceded the event.

You will find out that a particular event, followed particular thoughts.

Here are the reasons why visualization produces results:
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Know The Fundamental Skills Of Creative Thinking

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“It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to use it.” –┬áDescartes

Technically speaking, the best way to boost your creativity is to boost the communication flow between your two brain hemispheres: your left and right brains.

Apparently during the creative process, our left and right brains are focused on the problem, exchanging information to and fro in a form of a “partnership.”

Highly creative people are known to have an easy and unobstructed flow of information between their left and right brains.
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Serendipity As a Form of Creativity

Multi-colored dots under the word CreativitySerendipity.

Even if you have no idea what the word means, the sound of it rolling off your tongue inspires imagination.

In truth, serendipity is an unexpected surprise, a pleasant discovery, a happy accident.

It is those moments in life when something unexplainable happens that potentially changes the course of your life, even if only for a short time.
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