This is a very common thing that people talk about. My take on this is also positive. According to my experience yes art is the best substitute for meditation. While doing art you are in the same state of mind as you are while doing meditation i.e. your mind is focused on just ONE thing.
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This may seem a little confusing, but yes it is. Let us understand with some examples:
It’s just the way in which you see things and it’s the personal opinion of everyone of what is an art to them and what is not.
Every one of us has an artist inside us. It’s just that we have to find which niche it belongs to. Here are a few ways to find your niche in art, Just make a list of all those things
Find the one thing which matches all these requirements and bang on this is your niche in art.
The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power is called art.
Now get to work, find your niche of art, practice it and see your life improve……
The rich and diverse aspects of human experience cannot be captured by the language of philosophy, no matter how rich it becomes.
Great poets see life around them as we do, but they skillfully express it using words in such a way that they transcend the boundaries of literal language, providing insight towards the experience.
Conformist and linear language is static, and life is flowing, is in a constant movement, and is fluid by nature.
Creativity is not just reserved for artistic tasks such as writing, painting or composing music.
Creative thinking is the ability to consider something – a conflict between employees, a data set, a group project – in a new way. It involves lateral thinking - the ability to perceive patterns that are not obvious.
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