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Do opiates and narcotics really help you expand your creativity???


 

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Interesting thought. Like the "Clearing out the cobwebs" metaphor. In my opinion, narcotics-induced-creativity is short-term with no solid conclusion whatsoever. Agreed on the last two sentences. And it is the sharper wit, indeed!

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Huh, pleased to stimulate your creativity, so there you go, Creativity expanded sans opiates!! Hence, proved no opiates and Narcotics don't aid you rather they destroy your creativity or in some cases 'you' too!!!

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Agreed on the first para. Getting high does certainly makes us audacious. And yeah the early morning writing is always productive.

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    A cough syrup sends me to sleep!! So, imagine what would opiates and narcotics do?? And yeah, Meditation and observation is the best and fruitful option for expanding your creativity!!

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    Rod Marsden 4 years ago

    I tend to write with a cup of coffee in hand. Maybe the caffeine helps.


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How To Stimulate and Expand Your Creativity Without Opiates and Narcotics

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Let me get one thing clear, here, i am a 20yr old guy pursuing engineering, so I wouldn't want to waste my life on drugs. In fact, i condemn it too.

    Nevertheless, agreed on the first para. but we should ask the Pink Floyd crew the same question.

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    hahahha...lighter side to it I see. And there is a reason why it is corny, to say that the best high you get is from life, it is corny because it has been proved correct time and time again.

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    So, you are suggesting, that it doesn't necessarily have to be drugs, the trick is to find the right drug/hobby/exercise to trigger creativity?? It's different for different being. That's a point to ponder upon.


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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    I don't do drugs or smoke for that matter. The question came to my mind after stumbling upon a new snippet!

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    I will. Drugs are harmful, needless to say but the question here is do they really do stimulate creativity??


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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    yeah meditating and observing things around you, often makes you come up with new ideas.

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    NO, seems to be the general consensus!!

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Yeah, you can say that. Because many other factors trigger creativity too-

    Like long walks, rainy day etc.

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    Prajwal Kharel (PseudoMcCoy) 4 years ago

    Hmmm..interesting fact. Yeah narcotics and opiates are known to have ill-effects on your body sooner or later. Asked this question, after stumbling into a news snippet claiming that a famous writer used to "use" it

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