​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​What does the HoloDeck in Star Trek​  

have to do with writing and creativity?


The HoloDeck enabled users to create and act out dream fantasies and

 to revisit and resume and/or resolve recollected dreams or nightmares.

[http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Holodeck]


How does this relate to creativity and writing?


 Think of the 'unconscious'[1] as the Energizer Bunny​  of our mind.
 In reality, our unconscious works 24/7: receiving, filtering, sorting,
organizing, associating and storing the infinite number of sensory
impressions we experience every day for subsequent retrieval, and

  for the most part unconsciously, to spark and fuel our powerful  

    Natural Intuitive Creative Potential.[2]

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Dream-Writing ... HoloDeck of Our Mind

[1]  Uleman, J. S. "Introduction: Becoming Aware of the New Unconscious."  In The New Unconscious. (2005). (pp. 3-15).  R. R. Hassin,         J. S. Uleman, J. A. Bargh, Editors). Oxford Series in Social Cognition and Social Neuroscience. NY: Oxford University Press Inc.
[2]  Beman, D. K. "§8.00 Dénouement: The 'Physics' of The Physics of Writing." (pp. 421-465). In Physics of Writing. 3rd Edition (2018)

[NB]  The Audio Track 'Sweet Dream', by the Eurythmics, has been purchased, paid for and downloaded from Amazon.com. 

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