“Creativity requires courage and is therefore avoided by the majority of people”.
The creative process cannot take place until you are willing to let go of what you presently have and replace it with something new.
Often it requires confronting what you are currently holding on to (e.g. an unfulfilling relationship or an unfulfilling job), choosing to leave whatever it is, and then moving into a temporary void or chaos.
It is only then that sufficient space is created, allowing a new vision to begin taking form.
Most people lack the self-esteem, confidence and courage to pass through this experience of nothingness.
Instead, they seek to avoid creativity and passively wait for the next predictable experience or event to happen in their lives.
People all over the planet are waiting.
Waiting for their parents' approval, waiting for their boss to give them a pay rise, waiting for their lovers to bring them into a blissful orgasm...
Waiting, waiting and more waiting...
At a first glance it seems that 'waiting' is harmless.
But whilst those in waiting complain, whine and make excuses - they infect others with their apathy, disgust and general avoidance of contributing to the planet.
Instead of participation, they simply suck off those who choose to create, complaining that 'they' have all the power, influence and fun.
The bad news is that most of us, at some time, suffer from this 'waiting' illness.
The good news is that we all can change, and do it differently, if we are willing...
Willing is a key word.
It is what creates the energy and courage to create.
Wanting, by itself, just isn't good enough.
In other words, wanting a better job, a loving relationship or a healthier body doesn't create them.
Being willing to have them is what creates them.
Being willing moves you beyond your limitations into greatness.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to simply point your finger at an empty space in your room, whisper a magic word and...
POOF... whatever you ask for is suddenly manifested?
Manifesting is the magic of transforming a thought into a physical reality.
And you are capable of manifesting!
Actually, this is how everything, both positive and negative, in your reality is created.
Birds fly, fish swim and humans create. This is our nature.
Let's take this chair that you are sitting on.
Someone had to think about it, design it and create it.
First there was the thought, only later there was the chair.
You also had first to think, "I need a chair" before you went to the shop, looked around, chose and finally purchased the chair.
First there was the thought, only later, the chair...
Whether you are consciously or unconsciously creating the thought, you are the cause and therefore the creator of your life.
We all are motivated by our currently dominant thoughts.
We become what we dwell upon.
You are what you think about most.
Unconscious people are motivated by their fears and obsessions (e.g. "I don't want to be sick", "I don't want to stay alone").
These are physically manifested in their lives, their living conditions, health, finances, etc...
Simply, they become what they fear!
Conscious people are inspired and motivated by desires rather than fears and even see problems as opportunities.
This is the most fundamental belief behind inventors, artists, innovative scientists, etc...
They create their lives the way they choose to, expect to and are willing to - they are basically optimists.
Eventually they receive what they are expecting.
At the end of the day, both optimists and pessimists are proved to be right.
You become what you think...
The only thing that keeps you away from realizing that you are the creator of your life is the lack of awareness of the creative process.
When you become conscious of your ability to manifest thought as objective physical reality, you move beyond the concepts of fate and destiny, beyond being fortunate or unfortunate.
You also joyously take responsibility for creating and having created your entire life.
Here are a few steps, taken from the Manifesting Results course, you can do in order to manifest successfully, anything you are willing to create:
1. Make a list of 10 results you are willing to create.
Commit it to paper. (Contemplation is not enough)
Start by asking, "What am I willing to have?"
Do not limit what you are willing to have, based on what you think is possible.
This takes practice because we were often taught to censor our creativity and dreams and shrink our vision to 'realistic' results.
Keep your results simple, clear and detailed.
Instead of "making a lot of money" use "I earn xxx a month".
Do not limit what you are willing to have based on how you will get it.
Premature focus on the process, how they can manifest, will restrict the creation of your results.
Ask yourself: "If I could have it, would I take it?"
2. Create (visualize) a clear picture of your results in PRESENT TIME as if they were already realized.
Involve all your senses in this picture (see it, smell it, touch it,...)
Bring to the picture positive emotions such as joy, fun and excitement.
3. Repeat the thought and visualization process of your results (step 2) twice a day.
It takes about 20-25 minutes a day, and is worth the investment of time.
4. Take a step every day towards realizing your results, no matter how small. (This can even be a mental action)
A daily step towards each result ensures that you are not unconsciously being amongst 'those who wait'.
In addition, this daily step speeds up the realization of the desired result faster than you can imagine.
5. Acknowledge yourself for any step you complete on the way to realizing your result.
Why wait when you can create?
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