How could you explain yourself...                                      HOW CREATIVITY IS BORN

 

Creativity means connecting similarities that occur in a wide variety of areas. In some way, everything resembles something else: such as colour, size, temporal proximity, geometric shape, faces, etc. This list could be continued for a long time. And so there are no limits to creativity.

 

By connecting with similarities, questions that were in a self as a goal can suddenly be answered.

 

So, creativity arises from a more or less diffuse goal for which no solution has yet been found. The brain tries to find them in order to hit the image as precisely as possible. All components that could contribute to this are connected to each other. There are also various similarities with these components. In addition, what you experience is included. Of course, this whole process mainly takes place subconsciously, because awareness is usually too one-sided and slow and would interfere with the process.

 

At some point, the solution suddenly turns out to be difficult questions without having explicitly thought about the goal.

 

The easier the questions are for people, the faster the brain will answer.

 

There is everyday and extraordinary creativity.

The former are new designs (structures) relating to your own benefit: for example, furnishing an apartment, doing a demanding job or cooking a delicious meal with new ingredients. This type of creativity also shows very well how consciousness (better: perception) works: one goal is formed in one. This creates spontaneous creative suggestions from midpoints of the brain. The senses are strengthened; consciousness is activated. The strengthened senses take up the suggestions as information. This captures the brain and forms a new structure, which is then checked, accepted or rejected with the midpoint of the target to be formed. This process: Creativity – Awareness – Brain continues until you have a coherent feeling that you have achieved the goal.

 

Extraordinary creativity usually works in such a way that an idea arises in you and you want to bring it to a final goal. Often this does not happen immediately – especially if the idea is absolutely new - and so this topic is put aside for now. This is where the extraordinary creativity comes into play: At some point, after a short or long period of time, thoughts and feelings emerge that are useful without thinking about this goal.

 

If this goal is sustainable, the solution is often perfected more and more.

 

So, a goal was set and then suddenly something occurred to you without your attention being in that goal. The solution comes out of nowhere. Of course, it does not come from nowhere, but from the brain that has found something that fits the goal, mostly due to similarities – often from an area that apparently has nothing to do with the topic. This creativity cannot be evoked with the mind and can hardly be traced using logic.

 

This is also called intuition, i.e. the ability to gain insights into facts, points of view, laws not through deductive conclusions.

 

Incidentally, creativity arises in the brain – and certainly not from heaven or from metaphysical spheres, as some think.

And: creativity can develop particularly well during sleep, since the forehead brain is switched off

 

 

 

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Basic knowledge about human beings

  • Consciousness is neither an incompre-hensible mind (as is often believed), nor does it decide
  • This is the brain’s job. It controls people with neuronal networks (which I call midpoints) that have been formed through the goals of inheritance and experience.
  • Consciousness only experiences with the senses. With these sensations and data, the brain can change its decisions.

 

People are never shaped by just one area of the brain, but always by many, each with differentiated proportions that are connected to one another via neuronal networks.

 

 

Without exception, these networks were each created by goals.

 

 

Regarding perception and knowledge:

 

Most people believe that the world they see is always like this (except for normal changes).

This is the fundamental mistake for deeper understanding: We see the world because of the way we are!

This is what our brain shows us to survive. And so this is just a perspective as you can see it.

 

Because you can only recognize the world from one perspective. Anyone who thinks this is the only and correct one is wrong.

 

 

If you want to recognize yourself, you should ask about your goals.

 

Whoever wants to see the world should ask about the laws.

 

Every living being is part of the world.

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Goals limit the level of knowledge.

 

This carries out the midpoint-mechanics (in which the human beings are always).

 

 

 

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