A mind that is stretched to a new idea never returns to its original dimension.

The relevance of conceptual creativity is very clear if you consider yourself an artist. The creative force is often considered to be God as well. Therefore, if the creative force is flowing and represented through the artist’s manifestation. Then you could say that God is flowing and represented through the art thus created. I don’t even believe in God either

Invocations

how certain is your perception of fate
is it reflecting all those things in which you wish to create
then rectify invocations, incarnating cultivations
of true desire, thus revealed in adaptations

she’ll show her face, amongst the patterns that you’ve  yearned
taking not into account, anything that you have learned
actual weight, to knowledge of self is to be known
and your capacity of self worth, will increase as you grow

significant affirmations of divinity, through the recipients of energy
that is the remedy
extensively revealing the essential concept of our unity
resulting therein, revelrous states of that community

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© Conifur 2013

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2 thoughts on “A mind that is stretched to a new idea never returns to its original dimension.

    • Most defiantly. We are all creators, most all of us know that. We’ve been created by the universe too, and to not create your own life is literally impossible. “God” is often perceived to be present at all times, everywhere as well. I have a hard time calling that God, as I don’t see this ubiquitous influence being one entity. Calling it the universe seems a lot more appropriate to me. I do agree that this process can be invited into, and used through anyone though. Even if you don’t believe it can for you. It can.

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