If you choose to pursue using the
Releasing Your Unlimited Creativity approach, whether for an
individual or collective effort or to create a
gentle phoenix, you will be asked to address the items below
in one form or another. The approach will include discussion of your
response to each of the items to explore where your
creative spirit will need to become
free to "undo" or recreate your existing creation.
The Approach views the
creative power you need to create what you
desire as currently raveled, entwined and/or otherwise entangled
in the life and world you currently experience and the experiences
you have had. All that you ever have been is reflected in who you
are now and what you are experiencing. That is, all that you have
experienced biases how you approach life and make your decisions
about, and in, life. On this point, each of our worlds is very
different and very unique. The approach is to release or untangle a
sufficient amount of your creative power from your existing world to
create the new experiences you desire.
The approach is to proverbially “pull the string” as you would a string to unknit a knitted sweater. It can be
said the approach is to “undo” the creative steps you have taken to
create your existing experiences to
free the energy and ability to
desired experiences. In that
freedom, you are then free
to create whatever you desire. Here again, the “undoing” process is
unique to what you have created.
It is requested that you being to think about and consider your
answer and/or response to each. If you are requesting support for an
organization or as part of an organization, you will need to shift
your perspective and include two views. One is to think about your
responses as if you are the organization. The other perspective is
to look to see how you would personally answer the question. Become
aware of any differences that may exist in your answer.
Items for consideration
Spend time become aware of what
you feel and don’t feel. Every environment in which we find
ourselves is different. See if you can feel the differences. If so,
describe what you feel in each.
Work on the ability to calm oneself. - A
calming/centering exercise is provided if you have no such
Think about what you wish to create with your life or accomplish in
your life. Think about giving the eulogy at your own funeral. What
would you say about yourself, the life that you have lived and what
you have created? What you wish to create is open to iteration so
you are not locking yourself into something you cannot change
Think about the experiences in life and the feelings you had. Look
for the experiences that (1) made you feel life was worth living and
you wanted to get more of it and (2) those that made you simply
overwhelmed and enthused with the splendor life itself that you
could feel yourself wanting to explore because you are so full of
life. If you have no such experiences, identify those that come
closest to such experiences.
Think about the key decision points or turning points in your life.
Where were they, what was happening, what were you experiencing and
whom were you with, if with anybody.
Be prepared to tell the story of your life. It can be a
chronological listing. But it should be more about what happened and
what you experienced than just a list of dates and facts.
Think about the major setbacks in your life. What were they? Why do
you think they occurred? What do you think was the cause of the set
Think about where there had been magical or mystical moments in your
life. What were they and what were you doing? Was there a “magical”
intervention of someone or something?
In whatever way you understand God in relation to the Creative
Powers of Creation, be prepared to do a short ritual, prayer or in
whatever way appropriate, to contact this Power and gain Its favor
and support in your creative efforts. You can do this ritual, prayer
or whatever, with whomever you choose. If you don’t believe in God,
be prepared to take whatever actions are appropriate to access the
creative powers/Creative Powers
as you understand them.