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I’ve got a few songs which greatly cause sadness, intense lightheartedness, lulling calmness or have touching, awe-inspiring lyrics.
I get tears sometimes (and discreetly holding them back of course). I believe experiencing the many facets of human emotions is part of coaxing creativity, of tapping creativity. You should be familiar with most of the songs such that you can hum the tune and still be able to function (like writing code in my case).
After about maybe 15 minutes, I get into what some people call .
This is where I rapidly process lots of ideas, thinking up graphical user interface designs, producing working algorithms and fingers flying over the keyboard typing out code.
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The shuffle function of your favourite music player is your friend here.
On the physical side, music charges you up by waking the mind and energising your body.
Ever tapped your feet to the beat of a favourite song? Listening to music allows you to actively pursue creativity yet keep a fairly light chase. You need to have fast paced and slow soothing and everything in between.
Fast paced music gets your heart pumping and every single cell in your body ready to get creative. Once your creativity muse deems you worthy, she’ll come to you. If you only have fast paced pop/rock songs, your mind will shut down from exhaustion.
I’m going to tell you how you can do something enjoyable and effortlessly infuse yourself with creativity. First, let me give a bit of background about myself for some relevancy. Programmers need to be creative to find ingenious solutions to business requirements and technical issues. You can think of listening to music to increase your thought frequency, bringing you ever higher to the place where creativity runs freely.
Programmers rank in the same category as artists, musicians and poets in terms of creative output. Genius and creative imagination are of high frequencies of vibration (“The mystery of sex transmutation” in Think and Grow Rich).
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