True Freedom and True Creative
Freedom, free will and
Giving true freedom
True freedom is to be like the
wind - coming with nothing and leaving with nothing. It is to allow
all that has gone into anything we create to fully dissolve and
dissipate back into its fundamental components so they can be
available for the next creation. Anything that does not fully
dissolve and dissipate is unavailable for the next creation. That in
turn, limits what is possible to create the next creation.
However, to create what you want you need to attached the focus of
your attention and awareness on whatever it is you
desire to create.
dance of creation is to desire with all your heart what you wish
to create with the passion of a drowning individual grasping for
air. Yet it is to be totally detached being only a witness to the unfoldment of your desires and the experiences it creates. If you
can stand apart from your thoughts and your body as a
detached witness, realizing you are not your thoughts or your
body but rather you are the creator of your thoughts, your body and
the experiences you have in your body, you gain the key to freedom.
It is the freedom to create whatever you wish. It is that space of
freedom that you become the
creator/Creator at one with the
free will and programming (Top)
Freedom is to have the option to
say yes or no without any constraints or influences forcing one or
the other. The consequences may differ but the options to choose are
equal and not influences by the consequences. There is no bias one
way or another in any way.
Free will is the ability to consciously and knowingly chose one over
the other. However, our first response in any situation is most
often is a response based on the past conditioning and not
necessarily the response that we really
desire to make. Nor is it
based on freedom. We may have the free will to choose one over the
other but we do not necessarily have freedom of choice. That is
something pushes us one way or another. Usually what pushes us is
To have freedom of choice and not be controlled we have to allow
ourselves to explore the depth and breath of our own being. We must
go deep enough to explore to find out what is in our best interest
at our deepest levels, not what our mind wants and what we think. To
have freedom we need to have the freedom to change the programming
of the past and to choose against our own best interests. However,
until we understand our best interests at the deepest level and the
possible ways to achieve it what the mind wants we will not be able
to become free for otherwise they will influence us subconsciously.
Our Freedom has been taken away from us for we have not be taught
how to freely say yes and no. We are slaves to the way we have been
taught to respond to life. It is only when someone creates the space
and allows to freely explore both yes and no do we come to
understand freedom and free will. Both their power and their
consequences. Until we have such a space and experience that
freedom, we are a slave to the conditioning and programming that we
have been given.
Most of us never freely choose or even have come to learn to feel
what it means to have a freedom of choice. Most of us have been so
conditioned that we response from our past thinking and experiences
and ideas about life that we never look at the decision we have to
make in the freedom of having no past and the freedom to have no
concern for the future. Rather than acting in true freedom with a
free will, or an ability to say yes or no not based on our own best
interests, we chose in the interest of others and what they want us
to do, what they wants us to believe and/or otherwise want us to be
in the world. Most of us have never been taught to discover and
explore ourselves to know what is in our own best interests.
True freedom is to be able to say yes or not without influence and
threat of consequences. There are consequences to all our actions.
Some are more enjoyable than others. However, the fear of
consequences from external influences or internal past programming
does not give freedom. True freedom is being free to accept the
consequences whether or not we ultimately judge them good or bad.
This includes the freedom of fear of potential pain. In many ways
innocence and naiveness are the only ways to guarantee true freedom.
Hence the state of spontaneous and innocent state of childlike play
as being is the most creative state you can enter. Spontaneous and
innocent play allows one to explore the options without taking any
one of then seriously.
true freedom to another (Top)
The person who can be in your life
and give true freedom is one who says something equivalent to the
following: “You have given me the most exquisite pleasures anyone
could ask for. I am so full of life I am bursting forth with what
you have caused to happen within me. All I can do is give what is
within me to the world and share it with others. If you are so lead,
feel free to give to another what you have given to me. I can deny
no one what I have found and been given. If you are the vehicle to
what I have found, all I can do is share you with others in the way
you are lead to share yourself.” Such a person will not attempt to
own or control you or your actions no matter how wonderful they feel
they have become because you were in their life.
Creative Freedom (Top)
Most of us are not free in all
aspects and/or all areas of our life. Sometimes this is good.
Sometimes this is bad. Sometimes it doesn’t matter. However, when it
comes to a creative endeavor we must be at least free to explore the
options in our own mind and/or within the minds of others. Although
we may not be free to implement the options we can access and
explore, we cannot deny the exploration because of that reason. We
must be able to freely play with the situation we face to find those
creative solutions that go to the depth of the situation and address
the root of the issue we face. We cannot do that if we limit our own
thinking by the limits imposed externally.
There is a concept which comes from mathematics call
complex integration that parallels the exploration of creative
ideas. Quite simply the technique is to go into a combination of
real and imaginary space, solve a problem that is insolvable in real
space, and bring back the real part of the solution that is found.
Creative freedom is the ability to do the same thing. It is to go
creative imagination and to freely explore options without
constrain. It may also require play with options in prototyping,
metatheater, and other forms of physical play. Free exploration
allows us to both get to the root of our issue and to find ways
around obstacles that are otherwise not possible to overcome. To
hold our creativity scared, as a minimum, is to allow our selves
free exploration of all options within our own mind whether or not
all those solutions can be brought into the world
True creative freedom (Top)
True creative freedom has two
parts. It is about being free to explore any and all options and
possibilities within our
creative imagination without attachment or constraints to
any of the options. It is then about being free to finding a way to
Physical Creation a figurative or literal manifestation of the
Rituals, ceremonies, prototyping,
are the usually ways in which the explored possibilities are brought
into manifestation. In manifesting the explored possibility, we can
look to see if the feel of what we create is what we
desire to actually manifest. If what we manifest as a ritual,
ceremony, prototype or metathater does not give us the feeling we
desire, we can go back and bring other explored options into
manifestation to see which if any meets our needs. When we find that
option, we are the free to recreate our life around that option.
Experience imprints feelings
Most creative state of being
Seeing in the moment - the "Now"
Being open to the moment - a story
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