Category Archives: Creativity

Our Foundation is Creativity


We are creators. Our lives are fulfilled by creatively applying our thoughts and emotions into an activity that results in a product, a structure, a book or painting, a garden or a delicious meal.

We thrive when we are able to demonstrate in some way that we are present on the planet…at least to ourselves, if not to others.

Creative endeavors give us a feeling of fulfillment, worthiness and wholeness.  The creative process connects us to the endlessly creative Universal Consciousness.

Indulging in the playful act of creating something in form or simply playing sports, gardening, cooking, involving ourselves with nature, we transcend the programmed repetition that has become our daily lives.

Actively creating harmonizes our mind, body and spirit.

When we indulge in creative activity, we become healthier, more balanced and harmonious with our surroundings.

Why is creativity so important to our well-being? Because, we are energy in form. We are patterns of energy that manifest in this vibrational frequency known as Earth. If we do not use the activating frequency of creativity, our bodies tend to become denser and our minds less responsive.

Our thoughts are the most powerful tools for good or evil. We have the opportunity to create our heart’s desires or to manifest difficult battles to fight. We can project a new and enlightened future, or we can wallow through our memories of past experiences that no longer, if ever, gave us pleasure and repeat them over and over again.

What it is the difference?

The difference is our state of mind. The beliefs and ideas we have gathered from family, friends and enemies, books and the media form the thoughts we think.

Thoughts generate our emotions. Emotion is our fuel for creating and manifesting our reality. Emotion is energy in motion. It sets our thoughts into motion. Fear and excitement share the same activating frequency.  They are the most dynamic emotions that will generate the manifestation of the type of people and experiences we love or hate.

Thoughts and emotions guide our choices. Those large and small choices we make each day lead to actions. Our actions influence how we care for our health, and dictate the type of life events and relationships we will attract to our personal reality.

This effortless flow of creativity is our life script in living color.

Beliefs form thoughts.

Thoughts generate emotions.

Emotions (how we feel) guide our choices

Choices result in our personal reality.

It all begins with beliefs about who you are, what you can or cannot do, beliefs about other people, your home, neighborhood, nation and world. We are formed by our beliefs about health, intelligence, emotional balance, physical appearance, talents and abilities.

We become the energetic representation of all that we are thinking and feeling. We are thoughts and beliefs in form.

Life is a bio-feedback system

Our health, wealth, relationships, and life experiences act as a bio-feedback system, which shows us what we believe and what we have been thinking and feeling. Our outer world is an out-picturing of our inner landscape. What we believe is what we get.

Whatever beliefs we hold in consciousness about ourselves and others, whether it be joy or hate, satisfaction or frustration, expansion or restriction, success or failure, will manifest in our reality.

The thoughts in our heads will be spoken by someone outside of us, either:  “You are a wonderful person!” Or “I don’t want to be with you.” The negative and positive behaviors, the weak and strong actions will show up in the form of other people in our lives.

The amazing thing about this game of life is that we have the unique opportunity to change the events and people in our lives by changing our thoughts and beliefs.

We can change our underlying beliefs

We can change our underlying beliefs about who we are and what we can accomplish. We can generate new imagery, new concepts of reality to form beautiful pictures of a life that we would truly love.

Or, we can spend our time viewing past mistakes, miscalculations, detours and problems that led to difficult and possibly painful experiences.

The people of the past would say, “Choose your medicine. Choose which road you will travel.” Your beliefs about yourself and your reality will take you there.

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Your Health and MSG

Could that delicious food your eating contain MSG and “Natural Flavor”?

Perhaps you should consider how you are feeling after you eat that packaged meal or load up at your favorite restaurant. Do you seem to have a headache and tight muscles in your neck and shoulders after you eat lunch and dinner?

Is it difficult for you to lose those extra pounds around your stomach?

Maybe it is time to become super aware of what you are eating!

It is just as important to consider what you are eating as it is what type of fuel you put in your car.  If there are chemicals damaging the engine (in this case the heart and brain and other vital organs), then it might be best to change what you consider to be food.

Your vitality, sense of well-being, muscle strength, intelligence ratio, and energy to meet your goals and live a fulfilling life can all be traced to the type of food you are eating.

Be especially careful when you purchase packaged food and many restaurant items.

Did you know that over 3 billion pounds of MSG are added to our food each year? 

Why do companies add MSG? Food that has been pre-cooked and packaged loses most of its taste and nutritional value. Often this packaged food is loaded with preservatives and “taste enhancers”. MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) and “Natural Flavors” (actually chemicals), which are added to make up for the fact that the food will lose its flavor after it is put in the packaging.

Also, many restaurant chains pre-package their food in a factory and ship it to your local restaurant. Some restaurants only have microwave ovens and heat up frozen dinners loaded with chemicals for your dining pleasure.

These “Natural Flavors” are whipped up in the laboratory and the magic they perform was in an expose shown on Nov. 27, 2011 on 60 minutes TV Show.

So what can you do about all the chemicals added to our food?

Take the time to shop consciously with full awareness of the food that is healthy for you! You are what you eat, and what you eat either irritates your system or re-builds your body each moment of the day.

What Can I Eat?

It is very simple. Eat food that is alive. Alive food includes fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Learn how to make salads with mixed greens, cucumbers, avocados, tomatoes and free range, chemical free chicken, turkey, tuna or other fish.

You can make your own dressing of olive oil and vinegar (there are many different vinegar that can be used that have no chemicals in them.) Use pure spices – not the mixed blends that usually contain MSG. Add garlic, herbs such as rosemary, and perhaps a little wine to your vinegar (or buy wine vinegar).

Toss the dressing into the salad with a few blueberries or strawberries, unsalted walnuts and raisins, a sprinkling of crumbled Blue cheese, grated Parmesan or Goat cheese, and you will enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner.

Become interested in juicing. You will enjoy the fresh, delicious flavors of fruit and vegetables by juicing. (One of the top juicers is a 5-speed Breville.) You can use live ingredients, including apples, peaches, pineapple and blueberries blended with protein powder and a banana in the morning. You will feel terrific!

Take an interest in cooking and preparing food. There are so many great recipes online. Try them and have fun and feel alive with your live food!

Affects of eating food filled with MSG:

The Mayo Clinic mentions the symptoms of MSG reactions, known as MSG symptom complex include:

  • Headache
  • Flushing
  • Sweating
  • Facial pressure or tightness
  • Numbness, tingling or burning in the face, neck and other areas
  • Rapid, fluttering heartbeats (heart palpitations)
  • Chest pain
  • Nausea
  • Weakness

Stay healthy and eliminate MSG and Natural Flavors from your diet.


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