The more you access your true nature, you spontaneously receive creative thoughts because the field of pure potentiality is the field of infinite creativity and pure knowledge. An Australian philosopher and a poet “Franz Kafka” once said; ” You need not to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. You need not even listen, simply wait. You need not even wait. Just learn to become quite and still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked. It has no choice. It will roll in ecstasy at your feet. What we see in the universe is the expression of creative mind of nature. The more tuned you are to it the more access you have to its infinite, unbounded creativity. But first you need to go beyond the turbulence in your internal dialogue and then create a dynamic activity and at the same time carrying that stillness of the eternal, unbounded creative mind. The combination of this is the perfect balance of stillness and movement that can create whatever you want. Such coexistence of opposites stillness and dynamism makes you independent of situations, circumstances, people and things. The moment you obey to this coexistence of opposites you align yourself with the world of energy “The quantum soup”. This is the non material which is the source of the material world. Stillness alone is the potentiality of creativity. Movement alone is the creativity restricted to a certain aspect of its expression. But the combination of stillness and movement enables you to unleash your creativity in all directions wherever the power of your attention takes you. Wherever you go in the midst of movement or activity carry your stillness with you. The chaotic movement within you will never overshadow the reservoir of creativity within you. That’s the field of pure potentiality.
Know thyself Ye are gods.
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