How To Be More Creative

by Dec 16, 2021Theme: Heart Transformation

Continued from yesterday…

When you pursue a change in life, you often consider what new knowledge you must gain, what old habit you must lose, and what unique traits you must learn. Change seemingly requires a conscious process that involves willpower.

Reading books, taking courses, and listening to various teachers are all tools we use for self-improvement. But change is hard, which is why so many people fail to live the life they want.

Transformation, on the other hand, involves an entirely different approach. Change is not its goal, even though the outcome of transformation is a new you with infinite creative potential. But when you focus on who you want to become or what you want to do, you are unconsciously expressing dissatisfaction with what you have, and insecurity about who you are.

For example, if your goal is to be a good person, you are essentially saying that I’m not a good person right now. The dualistic mind has made a judgment about who you are, and you are not enough the way you are. You need to become a good person to validate your sense of self to feel better about who you are. So you set out to become “good” through what you can gain and achieve.

However, transformation is the spirit’s remodeling of who you are in your metacognitive mind. You are secure and complete in love. Nothing is missing in your life. You don’t need to become something different than what you are. Your true essence is one with God.

When your unconscious mind aligns itself with your true nature of love, then the instincts, feelings, and thoughts arising from your unconscious are divinely inspired. You become more creative because you are attuned to the universal mind of God. You have a purpose beyond the superficial needs of the ego. Love—not fear—is the new filter through which you observe reality.

Continued tomorrow…

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