Today I came across these ideas from brainpickings.org that outlines the truth about walking as one great way of increasing chances to creative thinking. Walking through “the country of the mind” is one action which polarized by intense concentration towards a desired goal is expected to produce great sparks. Enjoy your reading.
“Every walk is a sort of crusade,” Thoreau wrote in his manifesto for the spirit of sauntering. And who hasn’t walked — in the silence of a winter forest, amid the orchestra of birds and insects in a summer field, across the urban jungle of a bustling city — to conquer some territory of their Walking as Creative Fuel: A Splendid 1913 Celebration of How Solitary Walks Enliven “The Country of the Mind”
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