What Does it Mean to Have a Light Bulb Moment?

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Most of us have heard of the phrase ‘a lightbulb moment.’ For most of us, we might have had some sort of light bulb moment when we have a great idea. Maybe we had the “aha” moment when we first understood a difficult concept or discovered how to get a good grade on a test. Some of us might have had a lightbulb moment when we knew something that we needed to do or wanted to do but we just didn’t know how or when to do it.

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You might be asking yourself, ‘what does it mean to have a lightbulb moment?’ This process is similar to the visualisation that you do when you get an idea in your head, you visualise it as fully as you can and really feel the thing as if it is about to come into your physical world. If you are able to do this a few times, then you will be ready to see all the great things that you can change in your life by having the courage to take action and be positive. For a less metaphorical range of light bulbs and Ceiling Rose products, go to Creative Cables Ceiling Roses

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What does it mean to have a lightbulb moment? It means that you have opened your eyes and you are seeing things from a new perspective. Just like when you have an epiphany, you see life from a new perspective and have a new appreciation for it. With each new lightbulb moment that you experience, your life becomes brighter and more colourful.



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