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Silver Linings: Creativity and Meditation

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I’ve frequently written here on the benefits of meditation for your brain and your heart, how you can make meditation a habit and my personal explorations.

In my opinion, meditation is the necessary exercise for your mind, just like you would work out your body, and a must for all knowledge workers such as researchers.

When I stumbled upon this heartfelt speech of David Lynch on what meditation means to his life, and his creativity, it resonated with how I feel much clearer in thinking thanks to meditation.

You can watch his speech here:

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