God Bless the Creative


God Bless the Creative

If you’re wondering how to be creative there is no secret.  As sometimes happens in human life, we occasionally must remove the blocks that impede our creative spirit that exists only in our minds.

Those of us who want to be creative arise each morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to remake the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.

God Bless The Creative

On days when we’re not inspired to act out our creative drive, we live like everybody else. Life on earth can get a little muddy at times especially when it rains.

The great thing about mud is that it comes off so easily; and presto, the mud that cakes on our wings, weighing our spirits down, requires spiritual water to remove it. Seek out  God and his angels to help you wash away the ordinary in you.

I imagine most of us hope at the end of the day we have accessed the angelic realm for enough inspiration to stir the fire in our souls. To create anything wonderful, we must first be inspired; the inspiration is the most important component of greatness.

The angels can inspire you to give love to the world in your own special way, to live a creative life in harmony with your divine purpose.

Most of us believe the purpose of life, after all, is to enjoy a life of purpose.  If you asked any creative person like a writer or artist where the art resides, I’d imagine most would say it resides in the maker, in the artwork, and in the viewer.

When writers and artists have an itch to begin a project, we look around to fill what’s empty, empty what’s full, and scratch where it itches. To do this we have to have faith that we were divinely blessed with the curiosity of a cat and the arrogance of a hungry lion. We must remember faith is there, even when we can’t see it or feel it; if we want it to be there.

Self-love is our ultimate lesson and absolutely essential for creativity to flourish. We are all teachers for one another.  Sometimes we don’t even realize what we are truly teaching.

If we live our lives with the desire to improve our world, our teachings will raise the vibrations of all that become our audience.  David Bazan, author, and singer of the popular song, God Bless this Mess, is one of those teachers that enjoys giving us ideas to inspire the creative process:

  • Reading poetry will make you a better writer.
  • Every writer’s unique voice is the result of cumulative experience.
  • When you’re blocked, put other narrative voices in your head by reading or listening to someone else.
  • For your first drafts, don’t worry about form or correctness. Don’t edit as you write. Just get everything all out on paper in one giant mess, and then revise later. Remember, you’re always in the middle of your creative process, even when you’re not writing.
  • Experiment with different points of view in your writing.

There are three questions all writers and artists must ask themselves once their work is finished…What was I trying to achieve?  Did I succeed? Was my art worth doing?  There’s little reward in easy perfection with little or no challenge. Some say there is no such thing as good art or bad art; either you make art or you don’t.  Either you sing or you can’t.

Either you write or you don’t, and courting another’s opinions never helps. Good art is not what it looks like, but what it does to us.  Good art makes you hear music.

I don’t think any artist wants to die with the music still in him. By the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.  Says Sylvia Plath.

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