If you’ve been feeling stressed out lately, or you’re always suffering a flood of thoughts all night, keeping you from falling asleep, or if you tend to get distracted easily, in this guest post, by Cheryl Tobin, you will learn how meditation can help you eliminate all those things, finding clarity and peace of mind, which in turn will help you become more relaxed, focused, and productive.
How many moments in the span of your day do you wish you could press pause, even for just a moment? I imagine you have, on more than one occasion. So, why don’t you just stop?
Believe it or not, this option is available to you through practicing meditation. And I bet that, over time, doing so will enhance your mental health, restore your energy, and elevate your creative processes.
Can you become more creative? How does your brain create things? What is a creative block and how do you fight it? If you use creativity in any aspect of your life, then these are questions you might want to have the answer to.
Creativity is not only about art. We use creativity almost everyday in our life. And probably in every business out there, creativity is one of the main requirements. In order to be successful in any field you have got to be creative.
But what is creativity and how can you be creative?
Let’s find out.
“Always be reading. Go to the library. There’s magic in being surrounded by books. Get lost in the stacks. Read bibliographies. It’s not the book you start with, it’s the book that book leads you to.”
— Austin Kleon
Reading a good book is one of my favourite things to do. But I passed with three different stages of reading love. I fell in love with reading sometime in high school. First, I loved it because it would immerse me in a whole different world. I enjoyed old-English novels and plays. I would open a book and all of a sudden I’m walking into someone’s castle in 1840. It was magical and as close as it gets to time-travel.