Have you ever had the feeling when whatever you are doing at a present moment you get this inspiring idea or picture in your head and you love it so much it sticks to your head the whole week?
It's like this sudden burst of explosion in your brain, you don't do anything you just think and live in that idea for a while. Untill you notice your just in the local park looking out at nowhere.
I love that feeling, I don't do anything about it I just live in the idea for a while. Isn't that what fiction stories are for? You don't do anything, you just live in it. That's the best part of imagination, enjoying the veiw as it plays in your mind working in all the right places.
Finding That State of Living
That state of living in an idea is simply from your own original imagination. A while ago I wrote a paper for school about the imagination references of one of Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream". What did I found out? "Shakespeare's objective towards his art is to make the audience experience what he feels and imagine while he writes his plays."
I might sound like a total hippie right now (no offense to hippies though) but I think imagination is just for the enjoyment of living in it. Like when you're reading a book I love living in that world with no distractions at all, the enjoyment is everything I look for in a book.
So when you get that feeling when whatever you are doing at a present moment you get this inspiring idea or picture in your head and you love it so much it sticks to your head the whole week, DO NOT GET UP, LIVE IN IT, ENJOY IT, AND WRITE IT DOWN WHEN YOU"RE DONE.
You see I feel that nothing is worth writing down if you don't get that feeling when whatever you are doing at a present moment you get this inspiring idea or picture in your head and you love it so much it sticks to your head the whole week.
Sit in the park, watch a movie, listen to music, read a book, play with your dolls, anything you need to do to get your mind flowing. Make sure it something you enjoy. I always listen to music whenever I'm doing ANYTHNG at home. I also bounce my volleyball around the house when I'm just living inside my own little imagination. I love it. So much.
My point is when you get that simple burst of an idea you can't get out of your head at anytime, remember that sometimes you just want to live it for a while. That's the best part of the imagination process right? Doesn't hurt to take all that enjoyment for yourself.
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