A Source of Creation

“Universality is the origin of our creativity.”

Sleight of Social Reality

The common reality we adopt and accept is an illusion.  It is a perceptual projection driven by our engagement and interaction.  The more we invest our focus and energy, the more we manifest it into our experience.  It is a hacked simulation to distract and preoccupy us with the trivialities of “life.”  This is the ultimate conspiracy theory, because the collective, cognitive dissonance of humanity refuses to accept the truth.  We are enslaved by social reality.

My friend Elva Thompson recently wrote an article, “You Will Own Nothing.”  She writes about how we are all programs of artificial intelligence.  Everything we are, do and achieve is an orchestrated replication. Our beliefs, instincts, thoughts and emotions are conditioned, behavioral patterns sustaining our artificiality. We sacrifice our soul upon the altar of knowledge.  Knowing this is one thing.  Understanding it is the beginning of our freedom. 

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Our unique creativity cannot be truly observed, experienced, expressed or made manifest within the imposed domains of education, media, occupation, politics, religion and society.  We are not taught how to transcend the design of our enslavement.  We are influenced to adopt, enable, enforce and maintain the status quo of authoritarian indoctrination.  Now more than ever, we need to stand for, empower and express our creativity and imagination.

Each of us has a unique perception of the universe, ourselves and society. The social reality in which we exist is contrary to our conscious understanding.  Creating in the wake of its currents is a common practice for artists dedicated to their personal expression.  When the tides of humanity ebb and flow with global circumstances and events, conscious beings align with the universe, establish their equilibrium, focus their expression and embody universality.

The Art of Understanding

In the previous article, “From Vision to Being,” I drew the distinction between knowing and understanding our experience.  Knowing is a declaration of our intellect.  Whereas understanding is an expression of our soul.  It is the difference between thinking our way through life and being a personification of the universe.  There are many things we will never know, at least in the ways we believe, desire or expect.  Understanding provides us the opportunity to be.

To fulfill our understanding, it is essential to establish equilibrium between the domains of our being. This empowers our ability to align ourselves with our universality.  Understanding is a multidimensional experience, requiring the balance of our body, mind and heart to relate with our soul.  When we shift the focus of our intention from knowing to understanding, an extraordinary expansion of consciousness occurs.  Understanding is the cornerstone of our awareness.

“Conscious being is creativity.”

Common Tones

All of us have unique elements of our being to express our originality.  For all the diversities that define our personality, there are vital qualities we all share.  Regardless of belief, experience, heredity, ideology, interpretation, perception, politics, race and religion, we all have a soul.  Our soul synergizes with the universe, providing us an abundance of empowerment and energy.  This is true for all of us, no matter what personal or socially induced filters we apply to our experience. 

We all have an intuition which functions as an avenue through which our universality relates with the rest of our being.  Our heart center is a powerful, electromagnetic torus of energy, expressing itself beyond the acuity of our awareness.  Our mind is an app we use to interpret and apply all we are into the three-dimensional domain of human existence.  Our body is our vehicle, driven primarily by action, desire and instinct.

Creative Dynamics

Creativity is the expression of our universality.  We are not artists, simply observers, interpreters and ambassadors of universal experience.  Our soul is one with the universe.  When we are aligned and related, we discover, experience and express the source of creation.  Insight, inspiration and manifestation begins when we release our instinct, intellect and toxic emotionality to embrace the energy of universality. Our relativity with being is the expression of our creativity.

Our soul emanates universality.  Our intuition receives and transmits this energy to the centers of our being.  Our heart center is the focal point of how we synergize our multidimensionality.  When we are balanced, our intuition, heart and mind transform universal epiphanies into inspiration, sending empowerment and energy for its expression.  Whether we are conveying art or life, our creative dynamic is empowered by our consciousness.

Source of Being

In social reality, spiritual experience is commonly perceived as delusion, fantasy or imaginary.  Relativity with the universe is almost impossible to encounter; let alone create, establish and sustain.  Artificiality is the existential ego of social reality.  Fear, insecurity and self-righteousness annihilates our creative expression.  Every moment is an opportunity to align, focus, ground, center and shift our experience.  We are only as eloquent as our relativity with the universe.    

All we desire, think, say or do is irrelevant in relation to who we are.  Many believe our instincts, thoughts and actions are the key elements of our existence.  However sensible this may seem; it is furthest from the truth.  Our vision, observation, focus, experience, expression and being is the omnidimensional progression of how to shift and transform social reality.  We fulfill our universality when we manifest the unique expression of our being.

“Universality is the source of our creation.”

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