How Walking Fosters Creativity: Stanford Researchers Confirm What Philosophers and Writers Have Always Known | Open Culture

A certain Zen proverb goes something like this: ‘A five year old can understand it, but an 80 year old cannot do it.’ The subject of this riddle-like saying has been described as ‘mindfulness’—or being absorbed in the moment, free from routine mental habits.

Source: How Walking Fosters Creativity: Stanford Researchers Confirm What Philosophers and Writers Have Always Known | Open Culture

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