Such words of encouragement and what an AWESOME mantra this is turning out to be!
“I Own My Creatorship”.
Say it out loud… I OWN MY CREATORSHIP.
Say it again and let it sink into your heart. I OWN MY CREATORSHIP…
For the past five days, these words have brought about a new way of viewing and understanding my life. Today’s lesson came in a moving mountains kind of way. It taught me that I don’t have to orchestrate the world. I only have to make a decision on what I choose to create and the world will work around my desires.
Sound like bs? I would have thought so too. But what is the likelihood of this example that follows happening at this precise point and time?
Owning my creatorship doesn’t mean I push people out… As stated in my previous article, Friday I found out my Dad was being taken off his doctor’s care for his cancer and was being paced on Hospice. Not knowing what to do, I make a 7 minute video clip of me hiking. It was silly and meant to make him laugh. It succeeded. You can read the details and view the video in Owning My Creatorship (Part A).
That’s important for this next part to make sense…
During a discussion with a close friend about the video, this person determined their opinion was required about the video project. Their point was how I could have improved my efforts and made the project “better”, in their opinion.
My thought in the moment was that I don’t want to create someone else’s critiquing my project and taking away from my feelings of using a healthy outlet for myself, that did give my Father the laughter I was hoping it would. This thought led to my initial comment: that the way the project turned out perfect just as it was. The conversation led to frustration from the other person. Within a very short time, maybe a few minutes at most, the person got up and left my home. I would describe their state as angry (trust me on this, I’ve driven enough people to anger to consider myself somewhat of an expert).
After their departure it HIT me like a ton of bricks…
Their leaving was me taking ownership over my creatorship. Like I said earlier, I had decided at the start of the conversation that I did not need to experience criticism and in doing so, ultimately (but very quickly) created the departure. I didn’t have to be upset, angered, explain myself or ask the person to leave. It all unfolded with my feeling loving towards myself and the person I was with. As soon as they left, I was able to be in gratitude for the video I created. Enjoying my creativeness as a perfect work.
And it felt REJUVENATING!
All the reading and listening I’ve been doing for so long is fitting together now. I don’t have to create the specific details. I only have to decide what I want to experience (create). God and the universe will work as one on the details of how it will come to me, but I can be certain it will show up. The clearer I can be about the details of what the experience will look like, the more power I will be putting into the creation.
In my closing words of wisdom, I guess this is what the bible refers to as us all having the power to move mountains. FINALLY, I can stop trying to push them to where I want them!!
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