Write In A Blue Room: Unleashing Creativity Through Science 

  

  
The research is clear and compelling: the color blue unleashes creative potential. 

So, a simple way to increase your creative output? 

Write in a blue room. 

Actually, blue accoutrements also work, so go crazy with blue paintings or posters or other office props. 

Why blue? 

In studies, the color blue produced more alpha waves in the brain, the neurological  equivalent of creative jet fuel. 

For an article on alpha waves and creativity check this out

Blue has been shown to relax the mind into a state conducive to the arts. Blue is often associated with tranquility, peace, daydreaming. 

A calm mind is a creative mind. 

If you want to double up on genius, try a blue room with a great view. This openness levers open the mind so your brilliance can pour out. 

Yes, it’s that simple. 

Write in a blue room. 

In case you don’t have a blue room, panoramic seaside view or collection of blue-hued office supplies, you can also produce alpha waves through mindfulness, meditation, hypnosis and aerobic exercise. 

But for a quick burst of blue, here is a “window” into some creativity for you: 

  

Ahhhhh…

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Christopher Kokoski is a speaker, trainer and author of Wicker Hollow and the Past Lives novel series.

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2 comments on “Write In A Blue Room: Unleashing Creativity Through Science 
  1. Reblogged this on Catharine Toso and commented:
    Opens up several new questions, like whether blue just sparks new ideas or actually aids in the productive execution of it.

  2. […] Write In A Blue Room: Unleashing Creativity Through Science  […]

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