Creation is never static.
Progress grows out of motion and you, as a vessel of creation, are designed for progress.
This leads to an understanding that experience is never really duplicated because no subsequent experience can be an exact replica of the one(s) before it. Nothing is completely either/or. Life is fluid. You are both introverted and extroverted. You are both masculine and feminine. You are binary, possessing yin and yang.
Far too often we fight this fluid, expansive nature within us by caging our creativity in stale patterning.
Yes, I can honor the legacies of those before me but I do not want to be a carbon copy of them. Yes, I can appreciate my heritage, my country, my alma mater, but I never want to stop forging new terrains of adventure and ideas.
Your creative nature needs permission to venture outside the familiar. It needs to be stimulated so that you actually experience the energy of nervousness inside your gut before you take to life’s stage to express it.
It is our fear, plain and simple, that keeps us loyal to conformed, static ideals.
Change is natural. Fear of change is not.
George Bernard Shaw said “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
Consider these questions.
Where have you suppressed your creativity?
Where have you become reasonable about life?
What will it take to give your ideas the necessary resuscitation to breathe again and see that anything is possible in a cosmic world that knows no limitation?
You are the one in charge. You have the lock and key in your own hands.