03 Jul How Meditation Helps With Creativity

Creativity like many other skills can be learned, practiced, and improved by accessing the mind. It is the place where no one else has ever been. In order to leave your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition to improve creativity, make a point to practice mindfulness every day early morning. Where mindfulness breaks the non-habitual thinking pattern, there arises the Creativity. Then, what you’ll discover will be wonderful.

What you’ll discover is yourself.


For those of you that may wonder ” Why do I  face a lack of creativity? ” ….


….Understand that for creative minds, inspiration is the key to success. But often we experience mental blocks and barriers. To get rid of this mental block, we must meditate to help us connect with our creative self and gain inspiration from every-day elements to showcase our creativity.

Creativity is seen as one of the most important skills in both the business and scientific worlds. Oddly enough, it’s not a part of a student’s standard class schedule. Some have even argued that school curriculum based on rote learning may be threatening the creativity of students. In today’s world, finding innovative and useful solutions to problems is paramount. It seems meditation may give you some help in that regard.

A study took 40 Chinese undergraduates and had them meditate for 30 minutes a day for 7 days. The were compared against another group that was trained in relaxation training for the same amounts of time. Even in this short bout of meditation, the students were able to raise their scores on a test of creative thinking. And they did so more than their counterparts who were trained to simply relax.

You may be interested to know that different methods of creativity might be affected by different methods within the meditation practice. There is divergent thinking – generating many different ideas, and there is convergent thinking – or arriving at a single unique solution. Another study of meditation has been shown to foster both types of thinking.

There is a true science behind how meditation has helped with creativity and it is worthwhile to look into it.




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