ZenStorming

Where Science Meets Muse

Breaking Down Creative Blockages and Dealing With Stress

Posted by Plish on March 11, 2011

We all get stuck.  

Dr. Stanley Block, over at Psychology Today, has a great process for breaking through the blocks, or rather the box that surrounds and constrains our psyches  –  in three minutes or less.  Rather than reproduce it here, I’m including a link to the process that you can read here. 

I’m a strong believer that the more relaxed we are, the better the quality of ideas.  Dealing with stress is important if you want to stay on top of your game. Here’s another interview with Dr. Herbert Benson,  founder of the Benson Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine.

What do you do to deal with stress and keep the creative juices flowing?

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2 Responses to “Breaking Down Creative Blockages and Dealing With Stress”

  1. rmcpl said

    Indeed being relaxed is the very first step to invoke creativity.

  2. Plish said

    Would love to get your perspectives and what you do to relax.

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