This short little ditty features the Native American Flute and a simple accompaniment of guitars, bass, percussion and a tad bit of strings.
What Is Daydreaming?
Daydreaming is the stream of consciousness that detaches from current external tasks when attention drifts to a more personal and internal direction. This phenomenon is common in people's daily life shown by a large-scale study in which participants spend 47% of their waking time on average on daydreaming.1
In a culture obsessed with efficiency—to many, daydreaming might sound counterproductive and even unhealthy. Actually scientific research is beginning to show that it is—in many cases, beneficial!. According to recent studies, daydreaming (and pretend play in children) is associated with greater creativity. As our minds wander, different part of our brains activate, accessing information that may have previously been dormant or out of reach.
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