Tweaking My Creative Process

I completely believe in the power of creative thought.  I just want to take a minute to share something that I noticed about my manifestation process.  Today, it was a perfectly good day.  I did notice some angst, but it was manageable.  When I examined it, I noticed that it was about having so much to do and so little time to do it.  A little background: I have been fearing how my life will change when my youngest child goes to college in the fall.  I have feared that having too much unstructured time will make me depressed and unmotivated.  Back to today: I’m zipping through my day and I’m telling myself, “there is enough time to do everything I need to do.  Everything I need to do falls into place as if by magic,”  And that is what happens.  I mark things off my list, I do all the things I need to do, small miracles happening at every turn.  And I’m breathless, and excited and grateful.  And I notice that this is kind of how things have been going lately: things get done, I do a good job, but there is NO time between tasks to breathe or to sit or to rest or to read, or even to think about sitting down for an hour to practice my Rosetta Stone Spanish course.  “Hmmm” I say to myself.  “I asked for this, didn’t I?”  I asked for this because I was afraid I couldn’t be trusted with extra time.  The universe obliged me.  Could be I need to re-think what I am asking for.  Here are some ideas of what I need to do to tweak my creative process:  “I can be trusted to manage my time.”  “My resources and knowledge are readily available to me.”  “I am guided continually toward my highest good.”  “I move through life with grace and ease.”  “I have ample time to do all the things I need to do including to pause, to process, and to rest.”

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