“Looking at beauty in the world is the first step of purifying the mind.” — Amit Ray
According to mystic philosopher Neville Goddard, creation is finished. Creativeness is but a deep perceptiveness of the entire contents of all of time and space co-existing simultaneously. In other words, all that you have ever been or ever will be exists right now. When we create, we are becoming aware of what already is. Therefore, creation is really the art of manifesting that which already exists.
Consider this statement pulled from the wonderful teachings of The “I Am” Discourses:
“There is nothing which comes into physical form which is not first perfected on the invisible or higher planes.”
Ancient and spiritual gurus have been aware of the concept of the time-space continuum co-existing in the infinitely eternal now for eons, and many of their teachings reflect this knowledge. So, what does this mean and how can we use this information in our endeavor to create our stories?
When we contemplate the notion of an eternal existence and that all events are taking place in the now, it requires a certain amount of shedding on our part. We must first unravel old thinking patterns, concepts and beliefs in order to comprehend the profound importance of this truth. We can then charge forth to accept a radical new idea — that there is a plane of awareness that you can opt to live at; an extraordinary space existing in the higher regions which you have the ability to access, and it is within these rich realms that we discover our higher-creative minds.
I love the way Wayne Dyer put it when he said, “You begin this exciting adventure of changing your concept of yourself by being willing to die to your present self.”
Think about it; accepting that all things and events exist simultaneously explains the experience of that acute feeling of having met someone previously when meeting them for the first time, or even sensing that you’ve heard or seen a thing or a place before having experienced it physically. Some call it déjà vu while others recognize it for what it is — co-existing events strung along an invisible timeline.
As we go through the motions of navigating our lives, we experience and become aware of portions of what already exists. It is our self-concepts that determine the events that we encounter and experience along the timeline.
For the storyteller this is an exciting revelation. All those brilliant story ideas that have been vaguely sifting around in your head already exist; all you need to do is to become aware of them to bring them into fruition. We all have a creative fire that lives inside of us and is expressed in different ways. Our creativity is limitless and as discussed throughout Creative Writing Energy, holds great significance when it comes to connecting to our authentic selves. By tuning into our higher-creative minds where the fire of creativity burns strong within us, we begin to nurture the path to self-discovery and connect in a more powerful way to our soul — and your soul purpose is creativity.
The scripts, alternative practices and tools offered in Creative Writing Energy are intended to demonstrate the importance of your creativity and provide suggestions on how you can nurture this wondrous part of yourself. By lifting the mental fog long enough to access your higher-creative mind, you’ll never find yourself out of a muse. Instead, you’ll discover that you are all the muse needed to fuel the stories burning in your super-conscious mind.
We are born to create.
Accepting that you are a deliberate creator brings a sense of inner-freedom and liberation to your life and experiences. Aside from your writing life, grasping and appreciating the flow of creativity can bring many benefits to your world. Here is just a little taste of how creativity can enrich your life:
Strengthen a deeper connection with your soul.
Provides an outlet for your emotions.
Nurtures and strengthens your intuition.
Promotes deeper passion, inspiration and motivation.
Aligns you with your life purpose.
Raises your vibration and energy.
Helps to release stagnant and negative energy.
A Moment to Ponder Creativity:
Can you recognize how your creativity has impacted your life in positive ways?
Make a list as you think about it. Contemplating these positive effects will produce more of the same results and help to strengthen the pathways to your higher-creative mind and keep you uplifted.