As you consciously consider the way you feel, you will get better
and better at directing the Source Energy, and you become
a disciplined and joyous deliberate creator, with practice you will be able to
achieve a focused control of this Creative Energy, and, like the skilled sculptor,
you will take delight in the molding of this Energy, which creates worlds,
and direct it toward your individual creative endeavors.
As you focus Creative Energy, there are two factors to consider:
first, the intensity and speed of the Energy; and second, your level of allowing or resisting it.
The first factor has to do with the amount of time you have spent considering your desire,
and to what degree you have become specific.
In other words, when you have been wanting something for a long time,
your summoning power is much greater than if you are thinking about it for the first time today.
Also, whenever you have considered it for some time,
having experienced contrast that helped you to become even more specific about it,
your desire summons it in an even more powerful way. Once a desire has achieved that
sort of power or speed, it is quite easy for you to feel how you are doing with the second factor:
the allowing or resisting part of the equation.
When you are thinking about something that you have been wanting for a very long time,
and, in this moment, you are noticing that it has not yet happened,
a strong negative emotion would be present within you, for you are thinking
about something that has very strong energy that you are not in vibrational alignment with.
However, if you are thinking about something that you have been
wanting for a long time and you are imagining that it is happening,
then your emotion would be one of anticipation or eagerness.
And so, you can tell by the way you feel whether, in this moment, you are a match to your desire or a
match to its absence; whether you are allowing or resisting your desire,
or whether you are, in this moment, helping or hindering.
"Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties."
~ Erich Fromm