When you think of creating what comes to mind? Perhaps you picture making something out of nothing or combining seemingly unrelated things or ideas in new ways. You might envision the work of artists, musicians and designers and imagine that they are more creative than other people. However, when we look closely, we recognize that everyone creates. We craft our lives, form relationships and activate states of being whether or not we are aware of doing so. Being conscious of the creative process stabilizes our creations, accelerates our progress and enhances our precision in manifesting our dreams.
This post explores the creative process in order to bring unconscious patterns into conscious awareness. Ideally your creations align with the will of Creator. While you can create outside of Divine Will, you do so from a 3rd dimensional perspective of duality and conditionality and these constructs limit your creations. To create within a higher dimensional consciousness, you must be in a state of well-being, respect, cooperation, fairness, balance, harmony and reverence for all life. These qualities naturally align you and your desires with Creator’s will and they offer a more expansive range of possible outcomes.
The process of creating involves five steps:
Setting an intention
Focusing your attention on your intention
Letting go of control and allowing the process to unfold
Receiving what the Universe brings you
Upcoming posts will explore these steps more deeply.
The awareness that I am a creator changes how I engage with life. I no longer react to problems and events. Instead, I view circumstances as a mirror reflecting an energetic pattern that vibrates in my energy field. Irritations and problems reveal the presence of a pattern that limits me. I can shift my thoughts, feelings, words, actions and beliefs to create a new pattern that activates different outcomes. With each alteration in my internal landscape, I intentionally create a different energy pattern. Every adjustment brings me closer to the joy and well-being that I dream for my life.
What is the dream you desire to bring to life? As an unnamed Disney employee reminds us, “If you can dream it, you can create it!”
If you want assistance in creating with precision, joy and confidence, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dreamcatcher photo courtesy of Jaime Handley at unsplash.com