It is surprising how many great ideas come to the mind at the brink of sleep. Spend enough time in the limbo between sleep and wakefulness, and you will receive an answer to your questions.
This transition between wakefulness and sleep is called the hypnagogic state and is characterized by vivid imagery, hallucinations, and enhanced creativity. During this state, the mind is more receptive to unconventional and associative thinking, allowing for the emergence of novel ideas and connections. By intentionally accessing this hypnagogic state through techniques like taking a nap or even meditation, we can tap into our subconscious mind and potentially find solutions to previously unsolvable problems.