How Relaxation Can Spark Your Creativity

Stress, the Most Common Disease of Today

Did it ever happen to you that you were supposed to write an article, a project proposal, a school assignment but you were so stressed that you were not able to put together a single sentence? You are not alone. In the hectic world of today, it is very easy to lose focus. And not only focus but creativity, too. Do not worry, this is NOT an incurable disease! The treatment is easier that you think: Relaxation. Yes, it is that simple.

Relaxation Activates Your Brain in a Different Way

Our brains can not be switched off. They are working non-stop. Observing the world around us and analyzing all the stored information. Even though there is no switch to help you shut down your thoughts, you can mute them for a while. All these techniques can help you reach the state of relaxation:

  • Meditation
  • Long walks
  • Connecting to nature
  • Listening to calming music
  • Massage
  • Breathing exercises
  • Spa visit
  • Going for run
  • Painting

And many more. When you successfully manage to calm your mind, creativity, new ideas and solutions to problems might surprisingly appear. It is definitely worth trying more relaxation with different methods. Read on to see our top two picks for calming your mind and boosting your creativity.

How Relaxation Can Spark Your Creativity

Meditate to Spark Your Creative Mind

Meditation is a great way of slowing down, relaxation, releasing stress and tuning into your creative mind. Meditating regularly can help with boosting your resilience, lowering your stress levels, regulating your emotions and having a more positive outlook. Wondering how it works? Try this guided meditation to boost your inspiration and creativity. It will take only seven minutes of your time.

Go for a Walk to Boost your Creativity

However ridiculous it might sound, sometimes just going for a walk can help you boost your creativity and bring you new solutions. This is a confirmation that moderate physical activity that does not consume too much of your attention can actually help you to come up with inspiring ideas. Would you like to know how it works? Then listen to this short but to the point speech by Marily Oppezzo, who will guide you through the process of brainstorming while walking.

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