“Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh the thinks you can think up if only you try.” Dr. Seuss
Dr Seuss got this one right!
How much do you use your creative imagination? Have you tried changing your usual activities? Try them larger, smaller, closer or farther away?
Have you known someone whose imagination was so active they couldn’t sleep?
I have, and it is impossible to close their mind to the creative possibilities in their life. While that hasn’t ever been a problem with me, I do like to let my imagination run freely, as if I were a child again.
These are some of the ways I’ve learned to stimulate my creativity…
2. Art class or workshop
1. Imagination through exercise is activated by running, jumping, taking a Crossfit class, just leting your imagination flow into your workout, releasing stress you may be feeling about your creativity.
2. Art classes and workshops are like a trip into the most imaginative and creative space you possess. There is just something about talking, sharing and creating with like minded artists.
3. It is said that we should write every day. The more you write on a subject you are passionate about, the easier it becomes. Write your thoughts down,(I like to use Penzu http://penzu.com)
A creative imagination is an active imagination. Become more aware of daily activities and watch your creative spirit grow. Tell your imagination that this is what you like to do, think about and become.
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