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You’re probably bombarded with ideas all the time. But you’re also prone to dismissing ideas as “pie in the sky,” impractical, or that you don’t have the time, money, expertise, or other resources. Consider these concepts as potential future outcomes that are pleading with you to bring them to reality. If you do not claim one, it will be given to someone who will. Elizabeth Gilbert states in her book Big Magic (a treasure trove of creative advice) that an idea is not our own. It is a part of the Cosmos. If we don’t seize it, it will simply pass on to someone who will. It is on the lookout for its steward. Maintain an idea diary. It comes to you for a reason, no matter how “out there” it appears to be. Please don’t dismiss it. Which path do you want to take? What keeps you awake at night?
Once you’ve decided which idea to pursue, you’ll need to start putting it into action — that is, really doing something. That could be getting up early to start your novel before the kids wake up, enrolling in a course to learn a new skill, brushing up on your resume, or volunteering for a cause that interests you. What matters is that you take action. That shows the universe that you’ve taken ownership of the suggestion she made and are pursuing it. You must be receptive to creative inspiration when co-creating, but you must also roll up your sleeves and get to work on bringing your ideas to life.
Kindergartners were instructed to consider all of the things they could do with a paperclip as part of their studies. Over 100 different concepts were generated by the pupils – including a paperclip! Adults, on the other hand, have about five ideas, on average. We lose our ability to imagine as we grow older.
Consider your idea and play the “What if?” game. Consider the following example:
Don’t be afraid to dream big. But don’t only concentrate on the end result. Think about how you’ll feel once you’ve accomplished your goal. What emotion do you want to evoke? Is it a sense of accomplishment, financial security, independence, or inspiration? Keep this in mind because it’s the sensation you’re pursuing, and it can come in unexpected ways.
Tantra, a spiritual-materialist tradition, proposes that you hold what you want in one hand and the knowledge that you might not obtain it in the other. The Universe may have alternative plans for teaching you the lessons you need for your personal growth and evolution. Alternatively, the universe may have something even better in store for you than you could have dreamed of. Keep an eye out for signs and be willing to branch out in new ways. believe in the divine order of things.
“How come the cosmos wants to help me?” you might wonder. It’s not so much that she wants to see you start a hugely successful t-shirt company (though she may), but it’s because it’s in the best interests of the world for you to do great, big things. When you follow your passion, you improve the world. You are not a single entity, but rather a vital component of a larger, more dynamic whole. The Universe is counting on you to rise to the occasion and contribute what you have to offer.
Take a step towards your goals. You must take the initial step in order for the Universe to meet you and assist you. The seed of your idea came from the Universe. It needs to be planted and watered. Perhaps even erect a fence around it to keep predators at bay. Co-creation is a two-way street that necessitates an exchange of energy and a readiness to adapt. When you stay open to new ideas, pay attention to the indications, and trust that you’ll get what you need, your life becomes infused with fortuitous opportunities, and instead of living for the weekend, you’ll be living with purpose.
By – Priyanka Dhillon