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Chloe
Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 9:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Kyosha Nim
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Thinking about creativity and being rather right brained.  Does genotype play a role?


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I doubt it...but who knows. I am a super right brained person and a retired art teacher now devoted to painting as a profession, love to cook, disorganized by nature, write poetry (have been published)etc.

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Everyone is creative in some fashion...


Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.  
There are many ways to kneel and kiss the ground.


- Rumi
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I do agree with Kristen! but I do not believe it is aligned with any genotype.
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Paulppaul
Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 11:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I think everyone is artistic but they express it in different ways.  My mom is a teacher where the book says in into nature and is artistist well I don't really think I'd call a teacher artistic because anyone can be artistic, but into nature I think fits my mom really well, she's very much into studying nature, plants and stuff.
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Chloe
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I was just wondering if we could see a pattern among certain genotypes..possibly there isn't
a pattern at all....I'm thinking the question isn't quite being understood in the way I
meant for it to be...I'm looking for creative-artistic people to be working in the field of
the arts.  I wouldn't really call a teacher an artist, although teachers might use creativity
in their job.

Yes, I agree, all people can be talented in many different ways, but I think REALLY creative people know who they are.  And they function right brained most of the time.  For example, I know I'm absolutely not even half left brained.  I'm awful at math and naturally good at right brained activities. I was always this way....I wondered if brain wiring was a genetic quality
or related to conditioning.

Maybe more people will contribute and we can see if there is any pattern at all.  Possibly not...
but I was just curious.


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Chloe
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Kyosha Nim
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Oops, saverain did you mean your mom is a TEACHER, as in her genotype or a teacher as in
school teacher?   The way I typed out this poll is different from the order in which the choices
came out.  I had all the genotypes lined up together and all the professions separately.  I
just looked at it and the choices are all mixed up!

Oh well....


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TJ
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I'm not artistic, but I am a creative thinker, and tend toward right-brained--but I'm still organized (most of the time) and still good at math.
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Jane
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People have always told me that they think I'm artistic.  I've never been employed in that way although I have said for years that if I were to go back and start over, I'd probably do something like interior design.  My oldest son is a musician.  
In terms of organization, that's one gene I'm missing!!!
Jane
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Before I vote ...
please tell me ( stupid Dane ) what is the difference between being artistic and creative..in more words..
I am very much a right brain girl- but not particularly good with math but very visual I can see colours and patterns very easy I can see one colour once and pick it once again- people always tell me that I have a very good taste

I love sowing children s clothes, planting( that is creative  ), drawing/ watercolouring,  cooking and I used to sing in a choir and play the flute as well so ?
But I a not a real genius  


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angelighte
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Im a hunter plus musicaly inclined, plus artistic and creative & love dancing not only that but when I do the left brain right brain tests I am apparently left brained - which is opposite of my description but I also love science and math and think a lot.


Eat your heart out


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I am a professional recorder player, so I should be creative, but I am also well balanced in brain an rather good in mat. geometry and sciences.
I love beauty, art and nature and good cooking and furniture. I am well organized to cook for myself a single , but I can do it with the same time for three persons.
Maria Giovanna


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Rodney
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I am a teacher as far as GT goes.
I'm left handed. all the way.
I am also a teacher when people ask me questions about things I am familiar with doing. IE Painting, auto, boats and motorcycle body repair, mechanics, trouble shooting problems related to autos and motorcycle. I enjoy building things whether it be a race car, restoring an old collector auto, fixing a bent auto at the shop or working with wood and doing repairs around the home.
All of this can be a curse to me since once I get started on a project my OCD kicks in and thats what I obsess on until the project is done. Nothing else will matter to me, I am in my own time and place working the project until it is done. My DW understands, thank God and gives me my space and time I need when I get on the "right side of my brain" which is most of the time. It is a very selfish {and at time lonely} place to be I find, because time stands still and I am for the most part all alone doing my thing.
People close to me that know me understand, thats a good thing, I don't make friends easy and the older I get the less friends I have because of the introverted tendencies I have. {I probably have more friends on line that in real life because I have an easier time communicating by typed words}. I am not real good with people I take everything literally and believe just about every thing I hear.
I love the fine arts, I try to paint with oils and draw with pencils and pastels I don't have the time to give that passion the time it deserves but maybe someday.
Color and light are another passion.
photography.
the beauty of nature.
It has taken me a long time to realize the beauty of nature can't be reproduced exactly, but has to be enjoyed that moment and held in my heart to keep forever. No painting photo or what ever will every come close to Gods original creations.
I am horrible with numbers and math, I am an awful speller {thanks for spell check} I like to cook, I like to do things the correct way and when I fail it takes a long time for me to get over it and move on.
Artistic?
Creative?
or crazy!! you tell me
        
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Rodney, your lost-in-your-own-world art description is me as well - you're an artist and I think you LIVE creatively, you solve physical problems.


Me artist. Struggle with huge energy, then lack of energy. Huge, then lack. Lately, it's been lack.  


OSuzanna
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Suz thats they way it is with many {me as well} I call and use it as a cycle and work with it. Use the creative surges and impulses as they come, when they aren't available I study and recharge my batteries for the next Surge which is inevitable  
I get inspired by others and their work when I am lost.
  
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I really enjoy Ian Roberts work and this little book he wrote.
http://www.ianroberts.us/books_creativeAuthenticity.htm
I read it often.
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thanks for sharing that site, Rodney...looks like I will have to have that book.
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His DVD on mastering composition is also very good IMO.

http://www.ianroberts.us/videos_masteringComposition.htm
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the question here is merely...are judgement required or....
self reports.........sorry dear but I don't understand this....how can we compare those gifts... and how can we compare each other  


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Chloe
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I guess this isn't working too well.....It does seem rather confusing now that I'm thinking about
it....

The reason this question popped into my mind is because I'm a person who has worked as
a professional artist, written short stories, I enjoy photography and everything about me
is right brained.  And I'm a Warrior.  Wondered if any of my Warrior family members were like me in ways that showed right brain dominance.

If I were a nurse or a lawyer who liked to cook, I'd still be a nurse or a lawyer and not
a chef.

So, I was asking, "how do you define yourself?  Are you any one of these professions?
Would people define you as an artist, poet, singer, musician, etc?"

And that's basically what this poll was trying to determine.  If you work in the field
of the "arts", what is your genotype?

The poll should be answered based on who you are at the core!  If you were a dentist
who loved to sing and absolutely hated being a dentist, in this case, I'd call you a singer...

And if you wound up being a lawyer and wished you had become a professional dancer, check
dancer on this poll.

Still, this is fun....share whatever you'd like us all to know about your talents....




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There is a good set of books about creativity, how to find it and channel it.  I guess it is in all people. They are "The Artists Way" and "Vein of Gold" by Julia Cameron.

She explains this stuff sooooo well.  I cannot imagine any genotype playing a role in it.  

She does explain right brain/left brain stuff.  
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Age: 74


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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Chloe, our "core" tendencies are most obvious when young; as we age, our brain becomes more balanced, and our interests become broader!
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Chloe, my dad was a Warrior and he was very artistically talented. He was an artist but never pursued it.
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Quoted from TJ
Chloe, our "core" tendencies are most obvious when young; as we age, our brain becomes more balanced, and our interests become broader!



Probably true, drive55.....I just didn't become more balanced in the brain as I got older..! ...I was into art when I was very young and stayed focused in one place.  


Mayflowers, my dad was an artist too...   Did loads of beautiful drawings but never
pursued it due to hard economic times and the need to earn $$$ in a way that supported
his family.  I never knew his blood type.  As for his genotype, I'm pretty sure he wasn't a Warrior.  Possibly a Teacher....or a type where upper legs are longer than lower legs.  His face was rounder than mine and he just didn't look like a Warrior.







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