Do We Really Want to Be There Yet
The beauty in creation is in the process, in every single step along the way.
A lot of attention is given a thing that is under construction or in the building stages. The activity around the construction of a new high-rise, an ocean liner or dam is immense. Volumes of energy and thought are concentrated on the process of building something physical from only a thought.
A picture of the finished project is in the minds of the workers and it is in fact already built before construction in their minds eye and its creator is working backwards from the finished item to the beginnings of construction. The workers are simply going through the motions of creating it one step at a time.
The excitement, the drama the high energy comes from the process of creating and it is the same energy that is in and around sculpting, painting, writing music and dancing, starting a new business or the birth of a child. From one's imagination new energy is formed around bringing something into physical reality.
You experience this feeling everyday with the anticipation of a new job, a vacation, a new relationship the act of physical sex, the joy of birth or any creative thought. Life is moving and change is the constant and when you embrace those things you are aware that you are alive.
To create excitement in your life start planning, start moving, get accelerated, and get involved. Breath in the new air, tell everyone and receive their energy as well, start to move and don't waste a moment procrastinating. Nothing gets people more excited than a new project whether they are for it or against it. Even in the stillness of the observer, there is movement and excitement beginning to build up.
A relationship dies once you have become familiar with it, unless it is constantly changing and growing and you are growing with it.
Death itself is another beginning, not an end and it is a new project, there is always excitement and energy around death. Nothing creates more urgency than the knowledge that you are going to die or someone close to you is very near death.
Life is a constant flow of energy from the cradle to the grave. Life is movement, always changing always creating something new. Life is not found in waiting for it to happen, but in the process of making it happen and it is not about being in the moment, but in moving from one moment to another.
Life is what is already happening around you while you are waiting for it. There is nothing in your world that is static, it's always in a state of flux, and even a rock is moving it you look close enough. Inner space is just as much alive as outer space. If you truly want to feel alive, then do something, anything just move and then react to it and in that moment you will know that you are alive.
Roy E. Klienwachter is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. A student of NLP, ordained minister, New Age Light Worker and Teacher. Roy has written and published five books on New Age wisdom. Roy's books are thought provoking and designed to empower you to take responsibility for your life and what you create. His books and articles are written in the simplicity and eloquence of Zen wisdom.
You may not always agree with what he has to say. You will always come away with a new perspective and your thinking will never be the same.
Roy's style is honest and comes straight from the heart without all the metaphorical mumble jumble and BS.
Visit Roy at: www.klienwachter.com">http://www.klienwachter.com
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