The Creative Process.
I have been exposed to The Secret about a year ago and it changed the way I view the world. It allowed me to stay positive in a very negative environment. A year ago I was about to lose my job and I thought I can’t go through this again, so a friend of mine talked about this book she read (The Secret) and told me about it. I thought what harm would it do to read this book. I began to evaluate where I was and apply what I have learned.
I started with the creative process. I read the story about the artist who had women in every corner of his room all viewing him in an aloof manner. I began to look at my own room, and for the first time what I noticed was astonishing. On every wall of my room there was a woman that I had photographed years earlier with the weight of the world on her shoulders, and a relief sculpture of a woman carrying a vase on her shoulders. All of these images to say the least spoke to me of terrible burdens. It all began to make sense, the job loss the sea of debt my father’s illness, all terrible burdens in my life.
I began to change my room and in doing so change my life. I put images of a creative source and love and freedom and I began to achieve those things. I have begun to study The Secret more and more for a better understanding and like Rhonda Byrne, look for people who know The Secret. All “The Greats” including Michael Jackson. In one of his interviews he spoke of the creative process and that thoughts are seeds planted by the creative source. They grow to create the world we live in and have a tremendous impact on our lives. Even Michael Jackson understood The Secret and the power of gratitude.
So I will continue in my daily practices and continue to live in possibility through the creative process.
Thank you everyone involved in “The Secret’ project especially Rhonda Byrne. Thank you.