Felt a sudden inspiration to write this post. I’ve not written anything apart from my daily gratitude diary for the last month. Indecisive would be a massive understatement to describe how I’ve been feeling lately. If you’ve read some of the things I’ve written in the past you’ll know that I have a lot of interests and passions, and am working on a LOT of different goals all at the same time.
The last few weeks I’ve been getting stuck more than usual and have found myself completely unable to focus for long periods of time. I think all that has changed now with this very simple realization which just came to me, and inspired me to write this much over due post.
What I realized is, there is no wrong thing to be doing. It doesn’t matter if I choose to do some writing, do some yoga, take some photos, promote my business or play my guitar. I’ve been so caught up in thinking I have to choose wisely how I spend my time that I missed the entire point. It’s all about the HOW.
If you’ve read my ramblings in The Super Power Of Visualization, you’ll know the kind of thing I’m talking about. I’m all about breaking through limiting beliefs and realizing our infinite potential. When I say infinite, I mean infinite. I’m talking about using my imagination to dream up things that make my spirit soar. I could be playing a simple few chords in a song I’ve played a thousand times before, but when I really engage my imagination in this way that’s when the magic happens.
I can make improvements in many other ways through dedication and hard work, but it’s so much more thrilling to let it happen through the beauty and grace of the present moment. When I’m busy visualizing an ‘out of this world’ scene of myself playing unconstrained by limiting beliefs, I free myself up to channel an infinite source of creativity.
This infinite potential is always present, and can light up my photography, inspire me to connect with new people, inspire me to write a lengthy blog post in a few minutes, or give me the energy to get on my yoga mat and play. I used to think that in order to get the energy to flow I had to pick the ‘right’ thing to be doing. There is still a part of me that believes that, but after today’s realization, the part that knows that the infinite potential is everywhere is growing.
This energy can flow into whatever we’re doing if we go for it wholeheartedly. So it doesn’t matter if I’m listing a new item in my Etsy shop, promoting my holistic massage business or making jewellery, as long as I’m doing SOMETHING. Sitting around worrying about not doing the ‘right’ thing isn’t going to get me anywhere. Taking action is what makes stuff happen. It doesn’t matter what I choose to do, but it does matter HOW.
I’m blessed with highly charged emotions. If there’s a slight hint of straining or resistance to what I’m doing, or I feel I’m doing it for the wrong reasons, I really know about it. I’m not as bad now as I used to be (thank god!), but I can still wind myself up in to a right old state when I’m trying to get stuff done. Through trial and error I’ve found the absolute best way for me to flow easily with work, and any activity involving effort and concentration, is by using visualization to tap into my infinite creative potential.
Most times when I get stuck it’s because I feel like I’m not good enough at whatever I’m trying to do. So visualizing gives me a clean slate to work with, free from these limiting beliefs. If it doesn’t work, I reach even further with my imagination.
Too tired to write that next blog post? I’m a divine being with infinite creative capacity, of course I can do it!
Instead of slogging away and creating things without passion that bore me and make me feel drained, I can put my all into whatever I’m doing, feel my soul at peace, and create something I truly value. Then I’m not so hung up on how much I’ve achieved (even though I achieve far more with this approach), because I love doing it so much!
Maximizing my potential is what gives me a sense of meaning and purpose. Not because I want to be the best I can be (I do, but that’s not the meaningful part), but because the creative process never ceases to amaze me. When I allow myself to visualize being capable of absolutely anything, I am staggered by the things that happen. I adore the process of releasing those habitual limiting thoughts (if only for a few seconds at a time while I concentrate on the ‘heavenly’ image in my mind), and seeing how this gives me more energy, clarity and ability in whatever I’m doing.
I’m guessing if you’ve found your way to my site you’re somewhat creative/free-spirited/alittlebitcrazy, so I would love to hear your thoughts on this subject… Bring me back down to earth with a BUMP, or skyrocket me into space with your dreams, either is fine with me! Thanks for stopping by. ❤SHARE