William Blake: Biography offers glimpse into artist and poets visionary mind

The key to achieving timeless bliss, he believed, was to re-balance the imagination (or The Four Zoas) so the left-brain – the part that deals with logic, reason and language – was less dominant, unlocking the potential of the right side, which deals with creativity, emotions and physical pleasure.

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