We discount this power because it’s often done on a small scale. But you can scale up your creations if size matters. We discount this power because sometimes other people discount our creation. That is just a matter of finding the right audience. We discount this power because it doesn’t seem to change the world. But, nothing completely changes the world for everyone – some people don’t want a car – one of the most significant inventions of all time. And, we discount this power because it doesn’t solve some of the big problems in our life. But that’s just a matter of taking what we learned during one act of creation and creatively applying it to something else.
This is what I do in my painting class – Creative and Calm; Painting for Personal Growth – I teach people to paint and while they’re painting I ask them to reflect on what they’re learning, what they’re experiencing and what gets results. Then, I ask them if this applies to something else in their life. And it usually does.
First, make sure you are creating something; cook, garden, arrange flowers, paint, compose, turn wood. Then, while you’re doing it, ask yourself what is happening in that moment, what lesson there is going on. Then, ask yourself if this lesson will help you solve a bigger problem, if you could approach the bigger problem the way you are approaching the act of creation. After all, its quite likely you had a hand in creating the big problem anyway. If you are the architect of that problem, you could be the architect of the solution.
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