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    "Mind merging."


    Today I read an article "How to be creative?". There were given different tips.
    Here is one of them:
    Spend time around creative people. The most reliably creative people are children. Their imaginations aren't boxed in, and "mind merging" with them can remind you of what it's like to think outside the box.

    How do you understand the phrase "mind merging"?

    Thank you!

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    Re: "Mind merging."

    Sharing in their thoughts and mental activities. Engaging in their world as one of them.

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