Time goes by so quickly and I keep so many things listed for the day but seems like more than half are left undone. Writing down notes, keeping reminders is what I do to keep myself alert and easy to move with my plans.

I try to keep myself as busy as I can but when I see that now there is nothing special left to do, I take myself to the downtown of my thoughts. Where I build a new dream everytime. I see the garden over there blooming with a flower each time. I sow the seed and it blooms into a flower giving me a clue that your wishes, desires, dreams and thoughts will turn into reality. In satisfaction, I open my eyes and see the busy world around me (OH! I am here!).

Getting back to work, I let ideas coming to my mind. I work and build them. I think creativity has no limits. It is you who create your ideas and let your hands work on it. Sometimes you might think that you are blank with new thoughts, keep knocking your head, something is there that needs to come out and Yes! It is there! Bring it out!

I used to sit idle for hours thinking what to do, but since when I started this three minute therapy; now I never have time to sit idle. My mind keeps constantly working.

What is the three minute therapy?
It is a time that you give to your brain, challenge your mind to give you a new idea or else you will start off with anything you will see around. Set a three minute timer. Release yourself from every thing and rest your head on the sofa or pillow. All you will think about is that you are sitting in a room full of your inspirations. At this point your mind will give you the first clue, grab that one! It will lead you to follow the other clues. The timer rings. Stop what you were thinking. Note down whatever you saw and thought. Here you will start to work on it.

This is very useful to me and I hope you will also find it constructive. So let's begin and remember that creativity has no limits!
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7 comments:

Eka Theresia said...

so sweet;) I hope you would like visit my blog^^


xoxo
Eka Theresia

dunia kecil indi said...

your blog is so inspiring :)

Sweetheart Diary said...

Thanks a lot for your sweet comments :)
@Eka... I would love to visit yours too :)

From Yeast to Zest said...

I love your picture, mor so because I have the same tea cups. :)

Sweetheart Diary said...

aww thats really good to know that you have them too... they look so cute! :)

Simplysk said...

Now this is very iftari kind of stuff....

Sweetheart Diary said...

yes it is :)

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