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  1. Of course, creative people see the world in different colors and often see those invisible threads that are impossible for a mere mortal to touch. In fact, it is impossible to constantly arrive in such a sharp and sensitive state, insight can come in waves and unpredictably. A creative person, at such moments spends a huge amount of energy, emotions, and strength. Often afterward, he experiences inner emptiness, depression, lack of energy. �Not every one of us can �concentrate on something, it's a gift, a talent, a skill, it's better when everything is at once. It is one thing to see and understand, and another to convey your feelings and emotions, to make them understandable, to reflect the forms, to paint in bright colors, and to do this not in your own, but in someone else's brain, in the minds of millions of people.�

    Will each of us be able to rise to such a level of creative realization? I don't know the answer to this question. More likely no than yes

  2. IMHO, the answer to the question ” The subtlety of perception of reality by creative people is a myth, or do they really see a lot of things in the details that others can't?” it depends on what exactly is called subtlety and who is considered creative people.

    And if you also try to define reality and its perception, you can start a long discussion.

    In addition, there is also a professional deformation of the individual. This is not an insult, but just a medical fact.


  3. I'll tell you from the point of view of photography. Quite often you have to explain some little things. often you have to draw a red outline to make that little detail visible. It can be a grasshopper on a blade of grass, and at the same time almost no one sees it, everything merges with the blades of grass ( I analyzed the photo of one person). Or almost transparent silhouettes, which are also often invisible to most people when shooting in a cemetery. Another example is when shooting in an apartment, you notice something-the drawings on the wallpaper are from different parts, and they are very similar to skulls. But because the pieces are different colors, it is invisible to most. Sometimes you even think, but if you translate this into a black-and-white image, how would the people living there perceive it, what they really have on the wall, what kind of wallpaper they actually have? Or other things. Imagine a lonely tree on the steppe. But if you look at it differently, it turns out that it can also be 2 silhouettes of huge faces in profile directed at each other, and already between them – a tree. I often notice “bloopers” both on static images and in movies. Then you even think : “Here they make a blunder, and people don't even notice it and “swallow”it.”

    I also communicate with creative people who have some kind of psycho. diagnosis. Here I can say the following. For example, with a mild form of autism ( eg. Asperger's syndrome or high-level autism as it is now called ) people are very sensitive to small details. But they have a problem accepting the whole thing. Ordinary people, on the contrary, watch the whole thing, often without really going into small details.

  4. Who knows? This is in short.

    And if it is expanded, then to answer this question, you need to visit at least two different people, which I have not yet been able to do.

    I live my whole life in my own body and I don't know if other people see in dimmer (or brighter) colors, and if I see something that they don't see. I can't look through someone else's eyes and make sense of what I saw with someone else's brain. And how do I answer this question if I can't compare?

  5. People who are inclined to mundane creativity have important qualities of observation and the ability to focus on an object, to penetrate its essence. Such qualities are accumulated by the labor of past incarnations and often in the same direction. Thus, a talented artist has already had previous experience in the visual arts, and a musician-in music, but their abilities are due to the limitation/non-limitation of the range of their interests and aspirations.

  6. They probably see it more or less the same way. They process this information exactly in their own way.

    The brain is a very expensive resource. An ordinary person sets up a lot of perception filters to save money, so as not to spend money on processing the entire data shaft, and then acts according to a stereotypical scheme, so as not to waste energy on making new decisions.

    A creative person can remove filters, and then add up information in a completely new way.

    There are hypersensitive people. They're not necessarily creative. They actually receive more data due to the greater sensitivity of our physiological sensors. If such a person removes the filters, it will be harder for him than for an ordinary person, but he will also offer very special creative solutions.

  7. I would say that people who are attuned to a certain topic notice typical little things that people usually do not pay attention to, but fit into a certain pattern inherent in this topic. Just as archaeologists see small decorative elements and use them to determine an era, or an architect, or an ethnic identity, so it is sometimes possible to determine trends in the development of social relations, a historical era, or the development of relations in a team from the details of communication, everyday life. By small actions, you can understand what to expect from a person, his further actions, attitude to people…

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