Tuesday, March 24, 2009
THE LEARNING LABYRINTH OF THE BRAIN
Traversing a labyrinth might be a nuisance to some, but The Learning Labyrinth of The Brain is no nuisance: it gives birth to ‘new sense’!
Each circular element within the labyrinth is a seed with infinite developmental possibilities. A useful analogy to consider might be our ability to count the number of seeds in an apple ... but can we count the number of apples in a seed?
In cooking, no single ingredient determines the outcome of a recipe: the same is true in thinking, learning, creating, and bonding.
Creative work requires the ability to define a problem using one set of tools, to investigate it using others, and to express the solutions using yet a third set.
The Learning Labyrinth is a menu of gourmet thinking tools that lead to integrated brilliance.
[Excerpted from the 'Catalyzing Creativity' edition of The Braindancer Series of bookazines by Dilip Mukerjea. All the images in this post are the intellectual property of Dilip Mukerjea.]