Tag: imagination

30-day challenge: WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 8: how do you get creative?

Getting creative requires feeling inspired and connecting to imagination. So in order for me to get creative, I need to be in touch with my emotions as opposed to feeling numb to them. So I could be feeling a lot, but if I’m not prepared to accept those feelings then I suffer a creative block.

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The Five KEYS to unlocking your INTUITION!

Intuition is a part of you that is buried deep underneath, which knows and understands things that your conscious mind is not yet able to fully comprehend. Your intuition is like a locked up box: it’s a mystery. If you want to discover your intuition, you must have the right “keys.” “Keys” represent the internal

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Importance of Imagination

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” –Albert Einstein What they never taught you in school is that imagination is just as valuable, if not more, than intelligence. Anyone can memorize facts with enough repetition. But intelligence will get you nowhere if you

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Self-care Sunday ~ Teach yourself

You spend your first chunk of life in school, being forced to learn things that bore you and often seem purposeless. School is less about learning and more about conditioning you to detest learning. Multiple choice tests encourage shallow thinking. It counteracts second-guessing, reassessment, and reevaluation — all the things that open your mind to

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Feet on the ground, head in the clouds

“Shoot for the moon. And if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” I have a hyperactive imagination. I’m always dreaming, all the time. I like to write as a way of reminding myself that fantasy and reality are different. I don’t think we should ever stop dreaming though, no matter what people say. I

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Day 27: conversely, write about something that’s kicking ass now

I am doing really well with my writing now. Look how I am actually about to finish my 30-day challenge in 30 days. The past two times it took me a couple months. It is because I have been much more inspired lately than I have in the past. I never thought so many people

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