Cannabis usage enhances your focus, and you suddenly feel more focused, concentrated, and relaxed. You can make those connections that are new and innovative, i.e., you start connecting and making relationships between the things you knew before in new and unique ways. Yes, it enables you to make new connections from your old knowledge.
Do you know creativity is a skill that can be nurtured, or like many people out there you still believe that it is a mysterious process only possessed by very special people? Many people are curious about the origins of that creative spark that is the base of a creative piece of work. But whenever they are asked about the origin or the source of creativity, the most probable answer… Read More »How does creativity originate?
In today’s fast-paced technology-filled world, every individual must strive to advance his or her ideation journey as it is inevitable to come up with new ideas, refine your old ideas and transform them to something big.
What comes to your mind when you think about ‘creativity’? Eureka moments? Remember, creativity is not all about eureka moments or flashes of insights – creativity or creative thinking is a process, a cognitive process, not an event. It’s a process that helps us produce new ideas or transforms old ideas into better and updated ideas.
If you feel stuck, frustrated, bored or demotivated then you must open yourself up to e possibilities. It’s very difficult to make progress along the journey of life without discovering new possibilities. New possibilities are the product of the creative thinking process. Creative thinking is the process of coming up with new ideas. ‘New ideas’ does not mean a revolutionary thought or a radical idea, it might be in the form of small subtle shifts in the existing ideas or things. In other words, making small moves towards expanding your horizons.
Can we think creatively, both consciously and subconsciously? Yes, both conscious and unconscious brain processes play a role in ideas generation. There is a famous theory in the field of behavioral science known as ‘system 1 and system 2 thinking’ or ‘the process of thinking fast and slow’.