Unlocking Your Creativity: Daily Reflection

Unlocking your creativity. Learn how to practice the daily habit of solitude and reflection to unleash your creative spirit. We need to be quiet to listen and hear the voices inside our head. The daily hustle and bustle of everyday life blocks out these inner voices. Set aside at least 10 minutes a day to practice the art of daily reflection. Browse through the list of suggested ideas below to help you get started.

Unlock your creativity through the practice of solitude and daily reflection.

 Unlocking your Creativity

  • Set aside time for daily reflection
  • Question everything
  • Track your progress
  • Review your daily affirmations
  • Write out your goals
  • Record your dreams
  • Keep a bucket list
  • Pray
  • Meditate
  • Think
  • Dream
  • Daydream
  • Breathe deeply
  • Learn new breathing techniques
  • Write in your idea journal
  • Keep a dream journal
  • Keep a diary
  • Make a vision board
  • Start a Pinterest inspiration board
  • Read a book
  • Read the bible
  • Focus
  • Make lists
  • Compare things
  • Define your core values
  • Think about your life purpose
  • Define your problem correctly
  • Feed your mind with positive inspiration
  • Memorise quotes
  • Memorise bible verses
  • Record stories and anecdotes
  • Be bored
  • Ask “what if?”
  •  Study shape and form
  • Clear your mind
  • Think of nothing
  • Stare into space
  • See things from a different angle
  • Listen to the sounds around you
  • Focus on the different smells
  • Record your emotions
  • What makes you happy?
  • What makes you sad?
  • Keep a list of pet likes
  • Keep a list of pet hates
  • What things would you like to change?
  • Browse through old pictures
  • Flip through a magazine
  • Switch off your cell phone
  • Disconnect from social media for a day
  • Appreciate different textures
  • Take your shoes off
  • Learn something new
  • Get some fresh air
  • Create a special place
  • Sit in the garden
  • Find a quiet space
  • Practice daily journaling
  • Keep silent
  • Think back to your childhood
  • Compile a field of interest list
  • Use your senses
  • Watch different people
  • Go to church
  • Doodle
  • Practice free-writing
  • Make a mind map
  • Keep a gratitude journal
  • Look around you
  • Listen to music
  • Listen to the radio
  • Write a poem
  • Read some poetry
  • Draw something
  • Paint something
  • Take a walk
  • Associate different things
  • Brainstorm
  • Make connections
  • Do some question storming
  • Practice opposition thinking
  • Be still
  • Close your eyes
  • Practice creative envisioning
  • What is your life objective?
  • Practice concentration
  • Stare at positive images
  • Clear away all negative thoughts
  • Fill your mind with positive thoughts
  • Concentrate your mind’s focus on a single purpose

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