Recovering our creativity potential

In early childhood, we use about 80% of our creativity potential. Conventional education reduces this to less than 10% by age 12 because our young brains atrophy as academic and developmental success is measured more in answer compliance than cultivated curiosity.

Thanks to the neuroplastic nature of our brains, we can reawaken our creative potential at any point in our life. We can learn and practice any creative form that appeals to us. It can be in any form of writing, drawing, painting, photography, studio arts, film, music, cooking, gardening or design. Nothing has to be shared or published. The learning is unlimited.