To be evolutionary in our thinking, we have to believe that more is possible for ourselves and for our world than what currently exists. The simple principles of creative orientation, and our capacities for joy, give me a deep conviction of what we can achieve if we act with love, intent and focus.
Such is what I term a “creating mindset”. Learning to orientate day to day choices and actions towards personal or collective purpose – a clarity-giving and resilient approach to life. Distinct from the casual notion of “being creative”, sustaining a conscious attitude to creating outcomes involves progressive and original thinking – forming new neural paths in the process.
Creative originality is universal, it is a human survival skill. As a species we are in our highest vibration when creating. It is the fastest way to learn about ourselves (be it an argument, a business, a paper animal). It teaches us in an advancing capacity for growth and for emotional well-being.