Dec 8, 2013-- Our culture tends to be highly goal-focused, and even when we are not pursuing our goals, we distract ourselves with all sorts of media and entertainment. This article discusses the value of creating space to allow our minds to wander. The payoff of daydreaming can be immediate, in the form of a pleasant thought, memory, or insight, or it can be more long-term, in the form of understanding one's purpose or place in the world. Research shows that daydreaming and imagination are important facets of a healthy, satisfying mental life. Read on to learn more. (23115 reads)
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