If you would like to read part one of this blog, please visit:
I believe, mind you this is just a theory, that writer's block is lodged firmly in the homolateral state. From this 'stuck' place, we are either far too consumed with the details and end up suffering analysis paralysis, or we are living in the creative right brain; flouncing around in the airy-fairy 'big picture' while missing important details.
When you consider the cocktail of emotional, chemical, environmental and physical stress combined with a lifetime of left-brain conformity, is it any wonder our best ideas are buried in these 'stuck' states of thinking?
When we are engaged in ways that honor our unique learning abilities, we can easily grasp concepts not inherent to our nature because the brain is in a relaxed, 'unstuck' state. There is an easy flow. Neural pathways are reinforced, new connections are formed. Our brain state becomes balanced.
If we had an educational system that fostered natural learning states can you imagine the river of genius that would flow from it?
If you would like improve your brain power, you will find brain-integrating exercises at the above link to Part One of this blog. You never know what genius is locked in the vault of your hidden integrated state.
Causes Leslie Scott Supports
Humane society, cancer research, youth mentorship, homeless shelters