process of brainstorming by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

Superior solutions

"Researchers tell us that when a human being is facing a crisis situation, latent capabilities are aroused which enable him to engage in this process of brainstorming," says Maulana Wahiduddin Khan.
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Thinking is an incomprehensibly strange art of our world. A number of books have appeared on this subject which, as well as adding to human knowledge, have increased our sense of wonder. Here are the titles of some of these books: Towards a Theory of Thinking, Dr Rapaport (1951) The Psychology of Thinking, W E Vinacke, (1952) Thinking, F C Bartlett, (1958) Productive Thinking, Max Wertheimer (1959)

The research on which these books are based has brought to light much new information on the brain. One fact which has emerged is that a very important process takes place within the human mind which the psychologist call ‘brain-storming’.

Researchers tell us that when a human being is facing a crisis situation, latent capabilities are aroused which enable him to engage in this process of brainstorming.

A process called brainstorming has been offered as a method of facilitating the production of new solutions to problems. These unrestricted suggestions increase the probability that at least some superior solutions will emerge. (Encyclopedia Britannica, 19/357)

Researchers tell us that when a human being is facing a crisis situation, latent capabilities are aroused which enable him to engage in this process of brainstorming. This, in turn, enables him to discover a superior solution to the problem facing him. Success then follows as surely as night follows day.

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