Oct 1, 2019
We know that meditation can help you reduce stress and anxiety, among many other health benefits, but can meditation actually help you become more creative? The answer is YES! And through some simple and effective techniques, it doesn’t require thought shaming and rigid postures to get there.
This week on Creativity School, Brad Gantt, meditation teacher and creative director, talks to us about how meditation can help rid our internal clutter, get us into a flow state, and allow us to journey deeply into our well of untapped creativity, accessing parts of ourselves that have always been there.
If you' think you can’t meditate because you’re unable to sit still and quiet your mind, or you just don’t have the time, this episode is for you. Listen to find out how meditation can be an easy way to clear out your mental junk, reduce accumulated stress, and unlock your creative potential!
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Mentioned in this episode:
How a panic attack led Brad to seek meditation
How meditation can help us build a resilience to stressful situations
The importance of simply being
How meditation can help us see things with complete clarity
How meditation can help the creative process and make the creative process more enjoyable
How meditation is like a treadmill for an out of shape mind and requires consistency to see the best results
Why you don’t need to spend a lot of time meditating to see the benefits of it
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