Change is a part of Creativity. Without change, there is no manifestation or creativity reward. Think about the terrifying, horrible, lonely, unwanted experiences that you have been in and you may be tremendously happy that change is a part of creativity. Think about a happy experience that you relished and you might be disappointed that change is a part of creativity.
Change is not a sign that we are not in control of our lives, that we have no input or influence over what we experience. Even with change, we get to pick how we will perceive a person, an experience, an emotion — a thought. The key is to remember that all living beings are sending out requests all the time. Every living being is part of the creative process.
Creativity is at its best when it flows naturally, absent Fear. Simply put, fear is a blocker. It’s like a linebacker who won’t let a running back get by. Even more, fear causes us to feel like we need to hold on to an emotion, an experience, a person, an event.
It’s why we grab the rails of a car, the door rest, etc. when we aren’t sure what’s coming next. Experience something over and over, regardless of how starling, and you may not brace yourself for the event anymore. You may simply expect it and respond to the event unconsciously.
Furthermore, this is where growing accustomed to fear can impede the creative process. The Tilson family is a great example of this. Their story is told in the book, Spiral. Fear for this family starts as it does with many individuals and families. It’s rooted in fearing that others don’t value you. The road to fear can be quick and easy.
The path out is not always as quick or as easy, which is why it’s best not to start down that road at all. If you want to see what happens to the Tilson family and how they get out of the dark, consider reading Spiral.
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