Create: â€˜Bring something into existenceâ€™ â€“ Oxford English Dictionary
â€˜ToÂ evolveÂ fromÂ one’sÂ ownÂ thoughtÂ or imaginationâ€™
Creativity thrives in an expansively quiet mind.Â It doesnâ€™t happen while we are staring at a tablet or dealing with the daily grind of mundane problems in the office.Â Thatâ€™s why 72% of people get great ideas and insights in the bath or shower.Â Â Being in water induces aÂ meditative stateÂ and engages the brainâ€™s default mode network.Â Soaking in aÂ steaming bath or being washed by a waterfall of water under the showerÂ causes us to daydream in a way we wouldnâ€™t when we remain focused on a particular task.
Activating the brainâ€™s default mode network is extremely important for creativity.Â The mind begins to relax and wander.Â Â Free of stimulation,Â we are in the best position to produce some of theÂ finest problem-solvingÂ and creative solutions that the mind can generate.
Being creative doesnâ€™t mean we need to be an artist, architect or sculptor.Â Being creative is about bringing anything new into existence that wasnâ€™t previously there – something that is demanding your attention.
Creativity is inherent in all of us and lying in a steaming bath can accelerate the potential for the creation of something extraordinary.
Sometimes group discussions, brainstorming and many heads are better than one. Â At other times, the need for the solution weâ€™re seeking drives us to take a break from the daily grind.Â At those times, the sweetest answers often come while spending time alone in the bath or under the shower.
Taking time out to relax your brain, re-group your thoughts and recharge your batteries reassures the subconscious. As soon as the mind chatter and habitual distractions are put to one side then we can tap into the hidden seams of inspiration held by the subconscious.
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