Neuroscience Validates Mystical Practices for Enhanced Creativity
Neuroscience research has made stunning advances in understanding how our brain functions by using monitoring tools that can observe electrical activity in our brains as they perform and react, such as MRI’s, EEG’s, and MEG’s. Activities that were once viewed as not logical or practical —such as mindfulness exercises, yoga, meditation, prayer, and others— are now known to produce exactly the same brain-wave patterns that are associated with being in various states of creative engagement.
Michelle is a practicing Fine Artist, Designer, and Founder of Holistic Creativity: A Transformational Path to Creative Fulfillment. As an Associate Professor of Art, Media, and Design, she developed college degree programs and dozens of courses. Michelle has been a student of Consciousness Drumming and Mystical Healing practices for nearly 20 years.