The Creative Personality Analysis

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The human mind is constantly stimulated by discovery. The act of learning something new adapts almost 7,500 new neuron connections in our brain, as well as reinforces pre existing connections. The entire time that the brain is taking in new information, it is undergoing a workout, similar to how running exercises your muscles. The brain loves learning and discovering things that new territory, which explains why human beings follow their instinctive curiosity so closely. Most can attest to the euphoric feeling that comes when something new is discovered. The burning desire to explore is what created this country; they broke new ground because it was seen as untouched. Another example: horror movie characters. These actors, unaware of their …show more content…
I discovered how much fun it is to (for lack of a better academic frase), be silly with what my mind can come up with. It was said in “The Creative Personality”, written by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, that [Qte. 2] “a certain immaturity, both emotional and mental, can go hand in hand with deep insights”( Csikszentmihalyi 2). This article was one of the first introduced to us in this class, and it set a foundation for aspects of my childish personality to be expressed through my work. It also led to the discovery that many of my characteristics pair with the other eight that define a creative personality. This was the first time in my life that I identified as a creative person, which symbolizes one of the greatest self discoveries yet to …show more content…
When I opened myself to the endless possibilities, there was an indescribable emotion of euphoria and releaf. Creating is such a strong feature of our humanity. It not only gives us the opportunity to express our individuality, but also the capability to manifest ourselves as a human race. The author of my semester novel, Anthony Doerr in All the Light We Cannot See, writes how it is [Qte. 3] “wondrously futile to build splendid buildings, to make music, to sing songs, to print huge books full of colorful birds in the face of the seismic, engulfing indifference of the world - what pretensions humans have!” (Doerr 364). Anthony Doerr helped me discover that he most important part of being a human is not the white picket fence and sudan by thirty-five, it is the art. It is the music. It is the music. It is murals. It is the love between one another. It is nature. It is the world around us waiting to be discovered by our creative

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