The Inner Artist 3.

The importance of deep levels of understanding and consciousness as a creator.

On a deep level, creating wealth for example, is adding value.  A state of not being divided internally, will automatically attract a state of prosperity, you could call this a state of oneness.

From time to time it’s important to identify the state you are in and how much of you is in conflict with yourself and how much of you is in a state of completeness within yourself.

How is your health?

How is your state of prosperity?

How are your relationships?

Which part of your consciousness are you aligned to – the higher or the lower?

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With creativity, you need to have a very strong intent. Intent is different from desire. It is desire with tremendous passion. Intent possesses you. You are obsessed. You are driven. You also need to know where your intent is sourced from.

Is your creativity rooted in what will benefit mankind as a whole, or is it more of a selfish pursuit?

All of these questions are important for to you to consider and to address. If your intentions are misaligned, your creativity will always be misguided.

If your intentions are not clear, your creativity will always be misguided. To prompt yourself into action you need to have a strong enough intent. You need to make sure that your effort is mutually nourishing and is essentially beneficial to others.

You need to know that you’re capable of putting in constant effort and preferably have this effort be inspired over a long period, then you will see the results of your effort.

A further metaphor helps to explain this concept:

There is a boy with a dream to be a doctor. He became a great student, but failed three exams for universities out of his fear and nervousness at the last moment in the examination room. He and his father were on a train to the last university, the fourth university, where he was going to sit for his fourth exam and he was worried.

There was a man sitting in the carriage of the train and they got talking. The man found out all about the boy’s desire to become a doctor and how good he was as a student and that he just had nerves in the exam. The next day, when the boy and the father went to the interview, the boy was very nervous.

As he opened the door to go into the room to meet the headmaster, he looked up to see that the headmaster was the man that was on the train. As a result, the exam went really well because he felt comfortable and relaxed and he received an entrance into the university. This boy went on to become one of the country’s greatest physicians and helped countless people.

When you connect with higher consciousness you access infinite intelligence and wisdom. If you don’t use the higher consciousness you’re not using all your strength.

Another story describes how a child was on the beach building sandcastles. He’d gotten almost to the end of his constructions and found himself coming across a giant rock, which he tried moving and tried building around until he knew he needed to move the rock. After many attempts to move the rock he collapsed onto the ground and cried. The father noticed the boy crying and went over to him and said, “What’s wrong son?” and the boy said, “I can’t move the rock” and the father asked, “Did you use all your strength?” And the boy said, “Yes I did.” and the father said “No you didn’t, son, you didn’t ask me to help.”

Then the father ended up helping the boy move the rock together and the boy was able to complete his project.

You can use that story as a metaphor about tapping into the higher consciousness. You’re not using all your strength unless you use the higher consciousness.

I’m using this last story as a final closing tale, which, I believe sums up my reasoning about the need to not loose your path, whether you are a gardener a soldier, a business man or an artist.

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