Unconscious Thought Theory as a Creativity Tool

Track:
Writing/Business of Writing
What:
Workshop
When:
13:00, Friday 31 Jul 2020 NZST (50 minutes)
Where:
Programming - Workshops
Discussion:
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The unconscious mind is arguably far more powerful than the rational, conscious mind. The mildly controversial Unconscious Thought Theory (UTT) provides insights that can be applied to tap into your unconscious and boost your creativity. It seems to match the creative process at work from people like Neil Gaiman (who speaks of his mental 'compost heap'), to the American poet Ruth Stone (and her 'thunderous wind' of an arriving poem).
Require space for a little writing or brainstorming, pencil and paper, or a computer. A powerpoint presentation is provided to remove the need for participants to take notes.
Instructor
L. J. Kendall Publishing
Author

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