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The idea is the conclusion of a mental process.

This invisible, immediate and abstract elaboration leads man to create new ideas as a solution to the questions he had previously asked himself.

Furthermore, within the mental process, it is customary to find oneself immersed in many images that seem to flow fast but from which it is possible to create new realities and, therefore, new ideas.

Have we ever wondered if these images could be common to several people? What if these images were only the beginning of new realities?

So is the idea itself not the end but the beginning of a new process?