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Spark Your Inspiration

Do you love feeling creatively inspired or spiritually transcendent? There may be a way to manufacture an epiphany, or at least improve the odds of having one. Cover Image: Pavel Ilyukhin/Shutterstock
Eureka!

Eureka!

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Flashes of insight can be personally transformative.
How to Coax an Aha!

How to Coax an Aha!

By Bruce Grierson

Nine ways to lay the groundwork for a breakthrough
Eureka, Epiphany, and Enlightenment

Eureka, Epiphany, and Enlightenment

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Devoted to Distraction

Devoted to Distraction

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It's okay to let your mind wander.

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