Creativity, Why Do We Need It?

First of all, let me ask another question: what would a world without creativity look like? Well, to begin with it could not exist. Creativity and creation are one in the same: to generate something that previously did not exist, at least not in that same way. Every time you are creative you are literally creating something out of nothing more than the quantum leap taking place within your mind, the leap from one location—or, in this case, state of mind—to another without traveling the distance in between.

All of that being said, what would a world without creativity look like? Well, it would probably be black and white because color would not be essential in such a place. It would be drab and stark, very boring. Nothing would be alive, because without creativity how could anything be born or grow? There would be no awareness of anything because nothing would be there to observe it. Are you starting to get the picture? Again, such a place could not exist.

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Creativity is the life force that created you, it is the intent behind all things both alive and dead, and it is the awareness of what is being created or has already been created anywhere at any time. Without creativity the world could not exist and it most definitely would not be worth living in even if it was habitable.

With this in mind, how is it possible that human beings have become so uncreative over the last few decades, that we as a civilization have become so unimaginative, so unoriginal that we literally can’t even think for ourselves anymore? Here is a small clip to illustrate exactly what I am talking about:

You see?! We have been brainwashed to believe that who we are and what we are capable of is everything that we have been told, but I myself am proof that when you consciously choose to recapture your creativity, life takes on a whole new meaning and as a result it becomes beautiful in the process.

Now, am I claiming to have an absolutely perfect life without struggle or conflict? Of course not, but what I am telling you beyond a shadow of a doubt is that once I awoke to my own limitless potential and the creativity inside me, I began to see the beauty all around me and my environment responded in kind. To paraphrase Wayne Dyer, I changed the way I looked at things and the things I looked at changed. We must go back to being as creative as when we were children.

Most people think that growing out of your creativity is just a part of life, but I’m here to tell you that it’s actually such an unnatural process it is literally killing us, driving many to early graves due to unfulfilled creative expressions and suppressed creative tendencies. We are creative creatures, and the more we resist our own natural urges to express our creativity, the more disharmonic we become. It is time to change the way we present ourselves and our talents to the world.

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2 thoughts on “Creativity, Why Do We Need It?

  1. i have found that those within a creative childlike mind, have no limits in creating that which has not been created hence before…

    Thank you for dropping by to have a read….

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