Most people landing on my Free Spirit Blog are aware of all the options to create one’s own life or at least the universal laws connected to it. If you think this up to a certain state – sooner or later you see creations of yourself and others overlapping – somehow: he/they create and you create.
There are your thoughts and the thoughts of other’s. There is your energy and the energy of other’s. What if other people’s energy is being directed onto your (intended) creations?
Limits you are not “guilty” of
For a longer time I had suspicions that relatives of mine mess up my creations. E.g. my parents have a certain kind of concern, which they impress onto „my world“. Imagine: concern is kind of energy and in a way not a good one, at least not a constructive one. Concern is kind of fear of future. And if this energy is being focused onto my undertakings this – in my view – can definitely impact my world, my undertakings, things I am doing – in regard to the overall process of it and of course of the outcome.
Like our own energy any focussed energy by someone can have impact – had definitely has in my opinion.
If you wonder why certain things don’t work out in your life – although you are doing your best – even using all universal laws, think who else you told about this and whether there might be some overlapping energies.
Very often people who are very closed to us: parents, sisters, closed friends – especially if they have a different view onto this world that you have – have concerns, fears or other unfortunate and hindering feelings, which can imprint on your creation, your projects.
Take care whom you tell what
It doesn’t make sense anyway to tell someone who is uncertain, timid or just not even fine with his/her own world – about bigger projects beyond their imagination. It would just frighten them. And even if you think that it doesn’t matter what they say to you – there is energy floating around, especially from people very closed to you, people who love you or even feel a responsibility.
You can’t imagine how my parents (who always were employed their whole life) reacted when I had resigned my last „fix job“. They didn’t talk with me for about a month and send me a long letter then. It was just beyond their imagination. Meanwhile I noticed that it is still better not to talk with them about any of my business undertakings because it’s just out of their world, it would create concerns, which I would 1st have to handle verbally, later energetically … overall much more efforts than needed and wanted, additional work to be done.
So what to do?
Free Spirit Summary
- Choose wisely whom you tell what! Why you do it and whether your fellows can handle it. Not everyone needs to know everything. Certain things might be an unnecessary burden to your fellows.
- Keep your projects under kind of „energetic cheese dome“ or energy bubble, which you feed and care for, but which is also protected by your energy.
Yes, you are allowed to call me „nuts“ giving you this advice, but if you think through it – there might be some deeper sense.
live long and prosper!
Leonard Nimoy, also known as Spock and known to be very logical and his special Vulkan Spock greeting shares his experience and wisdom talking about most simple but profound questions like
“Who am I supposed to be and what am I supposed to do with the rest of my life?”
“How to find the right job?”
… with is 2012 Colleage of Fine Arts Convocation Address:
“I am a walkling, talking bundle of gratitude.”
He starts sharing how he found his path.
But what can we learn from Spock? Nimoy states following for both: Spock and himself in his path and at that time current situation starting Star Trek carrer:
“How to find your way as the alien in a foreign culture?
Where does your identity, your dignity come from, and how do you make a contribution?”
Before he reminds us that we are creators of our own lifes he continues reflecting on artists lifes …
“Respect your body. It’s a vital part of the creative process.”
“Our creativity walks on the razor’s edge using both sides of the brain.
The left side gives us logic and discipline. On the right side, is instinctive, creative thinking.
We, as artists, need both.
Fall to the left side and we lose inspiration and originality.
Fall too far to the right and we are in danger of drifting into undisciplined chaos.
The secret of a long, healthy carreer in the arts is the successful walk on the razor’s edge.”
“I shall give you hunger and pain and sleepless nights.
Also beauty and satisfaction known to a few
and glimpses of the heavenly life.
None of these shall you have continually, and of their coming and going, you shall not be foretold.”
Edwin Booth (actor) on the artist’s life – hearing the wisper of the god of all arts
… ending his speach with good old Spock greeting “Live long and prosper.”
And finally remember:
“There is always room for one more good one!”
live long and prosper!