04-The Creative Process

The Creative Process

Q. Have you ever suffered from writer’s block? If you are not a writer yourself, what could you imagine writers do for not experiencing such a blockage of their creative expression? If you are a writer, what do you personally do for enhancing your creative flow?

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Q. Is it a good idea to have some kind of preparation before you start writing?

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Q. What are the two phases of the creative process? In the first part, which brain hemisphere is most engaged? In the second phase, which other brain hemisphere is most engaged?

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Q. Do you think that creating effortlessly is a form of laziness? If you do, what do you think is the prime advantage of this kind of laziness?

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Q. What do ‘hard thinkers’ find delusional in the way creators use their genius? Hwo does play facilitate this process?

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Q. What is the inner entity that is most engaged in the first phase of the creative process? Which inner entity is most engaged during the second phase of the creative process: the so-called production phase?

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Q. In which way would you agree that every creation always is also destruction?

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Q. What is the main characteristic of creative genius? Is it analysis and intellectual reasoning, or is it intuition? Or is it rather that intellect and intuition are working in sync?

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Q. What is the basic difference between the creator and the craftsman? Which famous musicians and painters were embodying the exception to that rule in that they were both creators and craftsmen?

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Q. Why can we say that quantum physics is the secret behind all creation, behind all novelty, and behind all genius? In which way the quantum field or unified field comes in here to explain that connection?

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Q. What is the difference between human creativeness and creativity?

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Q. What was Edward de Bono’s concept of ‘serious creativity’ all about?

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Q. All children are creative. Why are not all adults creative?

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Q. What are the four basic realms of creative genius? Give one example of creative genius for each realm of creativity.

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Q. How would you point our more in detail the truth that genius is basically inner knowledge?

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Q. Why has Picasso been called the greatest visual artist of the 20th century?

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Q. Give one example of Svjatoslav Richter’s creative genius as a pianist.

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Q. What does the expression ‘four-quadrant genius’ mean? Do you think that this classification is flawless in that every genius falls exactly into one of these four categories?

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Q. Would you agree with the assumption that geniuses think with their full brain, which means that in their case, their conscious and subconscious minds work in sync?

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Q. Why was so much fuss made about ‘Einstein’s brain,’ and what was the end of that investigation?

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Q. How did Germany’s great poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe define human genius?

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Q. Einstein did not talk about genius in the usual terms. He was way more specific. In which way?

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