Why are we discussing creation and its importance today? It is because your current year is nearly over and the year to come is about creation. God was a creator and as His children, so are you. Many of you say, “I am not an artist; I cannot draw, paint or sculpt something. How am I going to create?”
The first and most important step is deciding what it is you want to create. If you do not know where you are going, then how can you plan out the next step and the next? Sit down and open yourself to possibilities; any and all things that come to your mind. What are the needs you see around you in your world? What is lacking by others? Start brain storming, allowing anything and everything to be on your list, no matter how far out it may seem to be. Have fun with this. Write down all the silly things that come to your mind, for they may take you to a completely different path. You might even want to brain storm with a friend.
If you could create anything what would it be? Do not discount anything and do not be concerned about how much it will cost, etc. What does the world need now or in the future? What do you see as possibilities or even those things that do not sound possible? It is just an open, fun thinking session. Then set your list aside for awhile and add to it when something pops into your mind as you go about your daily routine.
Once you feel your list is pretty much complete, then start looking at each one of your items and eliminate those that are least important. Also think about what things you enjoy doing. As you go through your list, thinking all things are possible, be careful not to say, “This is a great idea, but there is no way I could do this.” Be open.
Your creation may not be done by you alone. If you find something you really want to do and put energy into it, the universe will assist you. Others will show up to help when needed. You may find your idea expands into another direction. Asking for assistance brings the right person at the right time. When you feel stuck in the process of what needs to be done next, even if you have planned out each step, ask for the next step and allow yourself to be open to what shows up, no matter how abstract or strange it might seem. The step you take may lead you to exactly what you need. Have fun with your creation and put your love into it.
Your creation may be tied to your purpose. If you do not yet know what your purpose is, ask Archangel Michael to help you find it. Then be open to the clues that come in interesting ways. Your creation(s) may also be a balance to your purpose. If you are already creating, such as an artist, you may find your work taking a different direction. As an artist, I am being asked to work with geometrics and a much different palette with my non-dominate hand.
Wishing you love in all that you do, Mary