Let’s talk about the relationship between being selfish and being creative. Being creative is one of the most selfish and selfless acts we can commit.
What is the definition of creativity? What is the difference between situational and fundamental creativity? What does creativity mean to you?
Activate your creativity so you can take your place catalyzing creativity everywhere you go. The world needs your creative fire, now, more than ever.
May your voices gain strength. May your creative vision stay clear and strong. May your creative fire spark change in the world.
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Let’s talk about the relationship between being selfish and being creative. Being creative is one of the most selfish and selfless acts we can commit. What is the definition of creativity? What is the difference between situational and fundamental creativity? What does creativity mean to you?
Welcome to amplify a micro podcast for macro cosmic creators. I’m your host, Karen Curry Parker. Let’s talk about the relationship between being selfish, and being creative. Being creative is one of the most selfish and consequently selfless acts we can commit. We’re going to unpack this idea over the next few weeks. Let’s start first by exploring the definition of creativity. Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity is characterized by the ability to perceive the world in new ways to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomenon, and to generate solutions. We often think creativity is being artistic. But you can be creative without being artistic. But you can’t be artistic without being creative. The purpose of creativity is to bring in something new creativity is transformative. mutational and evolutionary, there are two kinds of creativity, situational creativity and fundamental creativity. Situational creativity is born from our conditioning, all the different things we learned about who we are from our life experiences, from our families, from school, from work, etc. Situational creativity is in the moment, it’s often determined by your conditioning. It’s finite comes from the conditioned mind. It is the result oftentimes of figuring things out or thinking and reasoning, and it is consequently, reasonable. You might say that being situationally creative is being reactive, and while at times, it can be a little innovative. It’s usually the same old cut and dry response to situations that are somewhat similar in nature. Fundamental creativity is the kind of creativity that emerges when we transcend our conditioned response and reactivity. You might say that fundamental creativity is a quantum leap over our old programming, and our old narratives. Fundamental creativity happens when we connect to the slipstream of photons that contain the code for life’s intelligence, spurring us towards growth, expansion and coherence. Fundamental creativity transcends conditioning. It often arrives as an epiphany or an Aha. It comes from Infinite Source, the flow of life’s intelligence. It’s imaginative, and possibility oriented, and aligns with cosmic order, it’s evolutionary. Consequently, it’s also often unreasonable, it’s something new. Science shows that the nature of the cosmos is to move towards coherence, organization and unification. As holographic aspects of the cosmos, human beings are also born to grow towards coherence, organization, and unification. In other words, being creative, sustainable, abundant, etc, is our natural state. Our conditioning takes us away from our natural state, leaving us stuck in situational creativity. The more we heal our old stories, break free from those places where we’ve internalized the message that it’s not okay for us to be who we are, and how we are, the more we can access our fundamental creativity. We have to heal our old stories and condition narratives to fully activate our creative power. That means you’ve got to focus on yourself, reclaiming your true identity, and rewriting your personal narrative so that you’re telling yourself a story that invites you into the pure creative flow that is an essential part, and the natural expression of who you truly are. Take some time this week to focus on yourself. Explore what all narratives you’re telling yourself that might be keeping you from accessing your fundamental creativity. Here’s the deal. Being fundamentally creative is contagious. It’s an energy state, a high frequency way of living in the world. The more you hold this energy, the more you bring others with you into the flow of our creative essence. We live in a world that needs creative people to unlock the solutions to the challenges facing humanity today. Activate your creativity so you can take your place, catalyzing creativity everywhere you go. The world needs your creative fire. Now, more than ever, what’s the next right step for you getting your creative contribution out into the world? You can find us at Gracepoint publishing dot outcome may your voices gain strength may your vision stay clear and strong May your creative fire spark change in the world