Embracing Your Creative Force

Now, while keeping your feet firmly on the ground, let’s take a moment to reflect on your creative journey. Think about all the things you have created this week. It could be a piece of writing, a work of art, or even a delicious meal you cooked. Take a few seconds to recall as many creations as you can.

Now, let’s go a bit further back into the past. Think back to a couple of weeks ago, a few months ago, or even a few years ago. Remember all the wonderful things you’ve created or helped to create. Take a moment to recollect this creative process.

What did you enjoy the most? Was there a particular part of the creative process that made you happy or excited? Think about a moment when time seemed to fly by because you were so engrossed in the creative flow. Can you recall that feeling?

Now, think of one thing you love doing so much that you would be surprised if it actually became your job. Is there such an activity? Take a moment to imagine yourself doing this exciting thing you just thought about.

That feeling of excitement and joy is transferable to any activity in your life. You have the power to supercharge any task or project by tapping into this creative force within you. All you have to do is remember how it feels.

Take a moment to absorb this creative energy. Let it become a part of your being, and carry it with you in everything you do.

Now, gently shift your focus back to your feet. Visualize yourself standing up from the log and walking back into the forest. Feel the cool forest floor beneath your bare feet, the touch of leaves against your toes and heels.

Slowly bring your awareness back to the present moment, to this room. Feel your feet firmly grounded on the floor. Imagine your roots deepening into the ground, connecting you to the earth.

As you continue to focus on your feet, become fully aware of the room around you. Notice the chair supporting your body. Listen to the sounds in the room. Bring your attention back to your feet. Can you feel them? Take a moment to wiggle your toes and feel the sensation of the floor beneath your feet.

Now, gently wiggle your fingers and rub your palms together. Move your shoulders and take a deep breath. When you’re ready, slowly open your eyes, starting by looking down and then gradually looking up until you’re looking straight ahead.

Take your time with this process. When your eyes are open, give yourself a good stretch, if possible, in silence, allowing others the space to do the same in their own time.