What is intelligence exactly?
At school, we are taught that there is a right and a wrong answer.
You begin to learn that the answer to one plus one is always two, and the correct way to answer the question ‘where is London’ is ‘England’.
In this way, we begin to establish thought patterns.
We also start to learn the concept of intelligence. If you get it ‘right’ you are smart but if you get it ‘wrong’ you have some relearning to do.
But the definition of intelligence is a lot more multidimensional than we like to think. And it starts with Creative Intelligence.
The concept of intelligence has been changing throughout the years.
Psychologists have been gaining a better understanding of our environment and its impact on how we function, decade after decade.
Now, more than ever, there is more access to seeing how the brain works. So, we are able to debate the idea of intelligence.
When we think of artists in the mainstream: your authors, singer-songwriters, poets, painters, filmmakers... It is easy to assume that they spend their days sipping inspiration from the ever-flowing fountain of creativity.
But the truth is, maintaining creativity can be a challenge -- even for the sharp-skilled experts.
That’s why supplementing your inner genius with a creative outlet is necessary, whether you’re a hobbyist or a seasoned creative.
Creative journaling is the type of outlet that can maintain creativity, boost your confidence, and unlock endless inspiration.
Here’s everything you need to know about creative journaling.
The good news is: journaling is not limited to writing words on paper.
In fact, there are many creative ways to journal that, not only, spark inspiration but keep the creative juices flowing.
Simply put, creative journaling is a mix of written words and art, all in one place.
Doodles and diary...
Creative expression is a tool that people use to understand themselves better, connect with fellow humans, and grow spiritually. Unfortunately, many people don’t see themselves as creative types. They figure the only way to be creative is to draw, paint, sing, act, or play an instrument. And if they can’t do any of these things, they assume they aren’t creative.
Is that true? Are there really people who don’t get to enjoy the blessings of creative expression and connection? No. That’s only true if you believe in a very restricted, often privileged definition of creativity. The truth is that there are many types of creativity, and everyone is creative in some way.
Keep reading to explore some of the many types of creativity and discover how your imagination and originality comes alive.
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