Inspiration is flowing energy that is unseen by the human eye, and the power with which it is felt is undeniable proof of Source Energy, resonance and Divine Purpose.
Inspiration is evidence that the bandwidth to your Divine Purpose is wide open. Inspiration connects you to True Success in a manner that can’t be experienced in any other way. Divine Purpose flows as you “let go” of your “outside-in” desire to just take action, and begin taking inspired actions.
“Many writers, artists, and musicians have talked about having the experience of suddenly tapping into this dimension of their being where they could see the whole painting already done, or sense the whole book already done, or literally hear the completed song playing – and all they had to do was be a channel for it or take ‘divine dictation’. The word ‘human’ actually comes from a Sanskrit term meaning ‘the dispenser of divine gifts’. And that is what we’re here to do — to draw these patterns from the invisible and dispense them on earth. Michelangelo knew this when he created the David. He saw the completed masterpiece already in the block of marble and just chipped away everything that wasn’t David. He based his life on the idea that these divine perfect forms already existed and his job, rather than creating something out of nothing, was to reveal this heavenly perfection on earth. The universe is not a vast sea of random energy moving in arbitrary ways; there is order, intelligence, and divine ideas waiting to be caught and brought to shore. That’s why an acorn always becomes an oak, a caterpillar doesn’t become a cat, and we can discover laws that always work. As Einstein said, ‘God does not play dice with the universe.” – Derek Rydall
There are many ways to get inspiration; some people get a warm feeling inside, some people actually get goose bumps, but the key is that when you are inspired you feel joy.
1. Don’t be driven! Driven-ness is the opposite of inspiration. Driven-ness is when you self-will is out of control.
2. Don’t try to motivate your self! Motivation comes from a outisde focus and it has to be maintained.
3. Be still! Inspiration flows from inside as we quiet our minds by putting aside driven-ness and motivation. It is evidence that your Divine Purpose is trying to emerge.
Mozart didn’t have to motivate himself to write symphonies, because symphonies presented themselves to him, since the time he was nine years old. When an idea gets a hold of you, you get into a place of surrender, where you just “let go and let God.”
Inspiration is evidence of the invisible laws of True success at work! Action does not lead to True Success, but inspired action always does!
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