Is it our creative inspiration, that energy fluttering amidst the ethers of our consciousness, awaiting our trust to bring it to light?
I think the Muse is a beautiful idea; a wondrous source of inspiration and intelligence.
Yet, when an artist expects the Muse to seek them it does not. When an artist, be they writer, painter, or other creative, demands the Muse to deliver it does not answer them.
Then there are those moments when the Muse sits near, patiently waiting for a creative conscious to grasp hold of a thought and write upon it. But some thoughts slip through the creative’s grasp, to be bounced along to the next willing creative conscious.
For just as the universe expands infinitely, so too does creative inspiration.
The Muse, too, is abundant throughout the universe.
There is no end to this source of creativity. Creative inspiration and the Muse are plentiful and always giving to the creative conscious open to receiving their gift.
The challenge is to put aside the busy work, those unnecessary worldly things, and make creativity our priority.
Make your writing a priority over all else!
Until this happens, until the book or novel becomes the author’s primary focus and intention, the book will remain unwritten.
This is a crucial time. A time for the writer, and the artist, to take heed and consciously demand control of the outcome of their inspirations.
The first step a writer must take to control their inspiration and the visiting Muse is to trust. Trust that the ideas and insights are yours. Trust that you have the grace and wisdom to write, to take your inclinations by the hand and carry them to their fullest potential.
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