The space you’re in affects how you think. Kaisen acknowledges this by providing a way to deal with clutter. And some interesting research seems to show that the height of the room you’re in affects things too. [thanks to Gina for the link]
“When a person is in a space with a 10-foot ceiling, they will tend to think more freely, more abstractly,” said Meyers-Levy. “They might process more abstract connections between objects in a room, whereas a person in a room with an 8-foot ceiling will be more likely to focus on specifics.”
I’ve got to get myself a Georgian house with a tiny attic.