Creative Mindflow is a unique brainwave training methodology that unlocks the huge creative potential of the mind and harnesses it for use in every aspect of life. What does this mean in simplest terms?
Creative Mindflow, Simplified
Essentially, your brain has a lot of power that is untapped. This is because you have several different levels of consciousness, which are your conscious mind, your subconscious mind, and your unconscious mind. While these all function at the same time, generally the conscious mind dominates your thought processes, and your brainwaves flow in a certain pattern that is representative of this.
When you meditate, you tap into the other levels of consciousness that exist. This changes the brainwave patterns in your mind, which in turn changes the way you process information. This is where Creative Mindflow comes in.
Creative Mindflow is all about harnessing the power of the other levels of your mind by allowing them to filter up to the conscious mind, which can act on them. This integration between all levels of the mind is known as the awakened mind state. During this state, your thoughts become more fluid, which allows you to process information and use it for insight, intuition, and creative processes in a new manner. Essentially, by changing your brainwave patterns, your brain’s processing power gets a huge boost.
Creative Mindflow at Observation Baltimore
We are very pleased to announce that we will be hosting a Creative Mindflow workshop at Observation Baltimore! The workshop will be lead by George Pierson, a visual artist and former television creative executive at HBO and the Discovery Channel who is certified on Creative Mindflow methodology. The details for the event are below. We hope to see you there!
Date: Friday, June 27th
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Place: Observation Baltimore
5520 Research Park Drive
Baltimore, MD 21228
General Admission – $75
VIP (includes a customized brainwave analysis) $125
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