When we connect with our inner source of spirituality and creativity, we transcend the mind and its constant worries and distractions. There’s nothing inherently wrong with the mind – it’s how we use it that counts.
The mind can be used progressively, but it can also spell our undoing if we aren’t careful.
It might go without saying that the best way to use the mind is to transcend its influence and fade deep into our sacred center, which will work through the mind to offer us the creative inspiration we use to produce our spiritually inspired work.
Lately, I’m learning that we can either create directly from the mind as we open it slightly to receive creative inspiration from our sacred center, or we can close our eyes, sit back and access this center more deeply, thus allowing it to, again, work through the mind and produce work that’s more flowingly inspired by spirit.
We each contain a wealth of links to our inner realms, but we have to open our minds and utilize these connections to see just what they have to offer.
I can say from experience that it feels great to create with the mind in both ways (creating directly from it vs. opening it and creating from the sacred center), but no matter how we use it, we’ll want to make sure we don’t let its woes and perils distract us from our mission.
We have a lot of spiritually inspired things to do, but we can only do them if we use the mind the way it’s intended to be used – as an instrument for the expression of our consciousness, awareness, and creativity
The mind will hold us back if we let it, so let’s refuse to give into the ego’s overearing influence and continuously embrace our spirituality and the creativity we’re here to present ot the rest of the world.
Will you use your mind today, or will you let it use you?
Wes Annac <3