The human experience is defined by the brain's ability to interpret the world through the senses. The atypical combination of senses that are not normally associated with each other is known as synesthesia. This Bachelor work proposes that synesthetic perceptions can serve as a basis for mindfulness exercises, which non-synesthetes can practice and thereby experience their own multi-sensory associations. The development of these new sensory experiences can support an individual's creative thinking ability. Title: People often refer to their consciousness as if it were a place. The consciousness is somewhere within us, yet it is nowhere to be found.