I once had an idea come to me about the task of harnessing creativity. I looked it up and someone had already taken the title so I let it go. It makes me laugh now because I am pretty sure more than one person can comment meaningfully on such a powerful topic.
Nevertheless, the challenge of moving ideas from the imagination into action is one that I feel drawn to in many domains. In fact one of our core courses developed in our Consciousness Explorations curriculum is called Inspired Action. Just in case you are worried you missed it, we are still in the phase of development.
I personally don't mind being messy in the way I grab something from the ethers and plop it down into 3D. I feel like so many ideas are lost because of the fear of the chaotic messy phase. Oh no, what will they think of this blob of unformed imagination. Certainly it does not have the polish and shine we normally see on a finished product.
I am playing around these days with continual evolution. It is a hard concept for most of us to accept because our minds love powerful endings! The never-ending game has some appeal, but eventually we get sick of it. The project that seems to go on forever goes from fun to futile. But life is so much more of a process. Even in death our active ideas will continue to be reformed.
I love to share the process of forming and reforming my ideas. It takes a different attitude when you participate in life this way. There is much more uncertainty and change. But this same constant movement leads to a powerful experience of spontaneity, responsiveness and inspiration. This leads us to be fully present, rather than enacting a script of plan, we allow each event to unfold in front of us with the greatest amount of flexible awareness.
What would your life be like if you allowed yourself to go deeply into each moment, and viewed everything as an important part of the process of creating the life of your desires.