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A Feminine Experience

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jun 21, 2014

However I believe that some of the best thinking is circular.

In fact, I love sending other people ideas or a stream of consciousness about the feminine experience of (kind-of) ending up where I began … but being different for having circled around an idea and making it my own.

Men might call this crazy thinking; I call it intuitive, creative and right-brained. it is perhaps a totally feminine experience.

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Tags: humour, creative thinking, circular thinking

Creative Thinking Six -Year Old Style

By melanie jean juneau, published on Feb 9, 2014

Ray Bradbury sums up how my kids often solved their own problems. As part of a busy household, they often came up with their own solutions to problems before I could help them.

This is best illustrated by one of my son’s when he was six years old. His grade one teacher recounted this story to me. It seems that she asked her class this question,

“How would you open the garage door if there were no grown-ups around?”

All the kids in her grade one class just sat and stared blankly at her, except my son Joseph. He was frantically waving his hand in the air and then... (more)

Tags: creative thinking, children problem solve

Day 11: Healthy Creative Thinking

By melanie jean juneau, published on Nov 13, 2012

...funny solution popped into my head. I just needed to keep everything in perspective and listen to my own inner voice as well as the whispers of the Spirit. We are immersed in His Spirit. He is an integral part of every aspect of our lives. mental and Physical Well-Being depend on Healthy Creative Thinking

We simply must take the time to listen rather than over think and analyze. Ray Bradbury sums up how my kids solved their own problems,

Don't think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It's self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can't try to do things.... (more)

Tags: humour, problem solving, creative thinking

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