Can We Force Our Brain to Think More Creatively?
When we think of creative types, it likely brings to mind artists, actors, writers, and musicians, but creative thinking is an asset even to our logic-minded left-brainers. Albert Einstein didn’t become a genius physicist and inventor without a great deal of right-brained creative genius as well. In fact, he was also a violinist and once said had he not become a physicist, he would have become a musician as playing his violin gave him the most joy in life. While we may not all be so equally logic and creative minded, for those of us who want to bring out more of our creative side, a new study suggests it just might be possible to force our brain to think more creatively.
The answer seems to lie in powering down the part of our brain that drives our internal editor and is resistant to bending the rules as we’ve learned them or creating new ones—in other words, the part of our brain that has been programmed to filter or block anything that doesn’t fit into the constraints of our prelearned set of rules. Read More: URL in Profile, then blog, ~or~ https://www.regenexx.com/think-more-creatively/
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