How the habit of daydreaming can help you find your muse
"EVERYTHING STARTS AS SOMEBODY´S DAYDREAM"
Doing routine tasks and allowing yourself to daydream can lead to you creative insights and inspire you to find your muse. Research into the daydreaming mind has shown that the brain is very active in this state and people who tend to daydream about their future success generally end up succeeding in the future.
Teachers and parents alike tend to crack down on the act of daydreaming. Yet, research has shown that those kids who are daydreamers tend to have active minds that help them with future success. If you monitor the brain activity of a daydreamer, you will find it hard at work as the dreamer’s imagination pushes them into another world. Many successful people have professed being daydreamers including Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, and Walt Disney. Allowing yourself to dream about success in your field and allowing yourself to actively dream while awake can help you clear creative hurdles and find your muse.
One of the best ways to let your mind wander is to do something repetitious, something in which your body already knows all the moves. Cleaning the kitchen, washing the dishes, or even going for a jog are all activities which help trigger a daydream state. While it does occur, operating heavy equipment such as car or forklift is never a good idea while choosing to find your muse through daydreaming.