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 diamond WV Theme ...              #12B            ...individual <---> knowledge

  CREATIVE THINKING

More wholistic / intuitive artist, than reductionistic / analytical scientist, I appreciate what can't be measured.  I find science limiting.  I'm a visual thinker, but also sensitive to environmental cues / related aural images, smell images, taste images, tactile images—and to feelings! Besides imagining, I'm good at abstracting, empathizing, and conceiving of things / situations that don't exist. Beyond Reality, my fantasy can suggest how the world might be.  I'm especially productive working at the interface of internal imagination and external experience.

Note: With version 4.0, a theme with this name is new to the Project Worldview theme structure in March, 2019. While it is loosely related 
to what was formerly theme 12 in version 3.0 structure. Parts of this new page will reflect its still "under construction" status.

Alternate Concise Characterization with Wikipedia Entries:

images 

imagination

visual thinking

summary Wikipedia article: creativity

Numerical Characterization with TFJD code: 1333

Numerical Characterization with Emotional Volatility VI index: 729

Related Words, Beliefs, Background -- 31 entries           Songs!        Discussion from The Worldview Literacy Book

More to Explore -- Worldview Theme #12B: Creative Thinking

Creative Ideas (essay about the inspiration and aftermath in artistic creation -- with focus on writing)
Critical Thinking vs. Creative Thinking  (excellent article from The Peak Performance C enter)
“Exploding the myth of the scientific vs artistic mind” by David Pearson (April 21, 2016 article on The Conversation website)
Ideas -- Artist's Manifesto: Theory & Practice 
Creative Spirituality: The Way of the Artist    (book & book review)
Witness to the Fire -- Creativity and the Veil of Addiction, by Linda Schierse Leonard
quotes related to creativity
Art and Physics
Seen / UnSeen: Art, Science and Intuition from Leonardo to the Hubble Telescope, by M. Kemp (2006 book)
Art and Modern Art: reflections of being human
 
 

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows. 

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