Your imagining it, is my creating it. Love, The Universe

Oct 7, 2014 | My Creative Practice

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I had a really big aha moment a few months back when I was given this truth through a sort of divine intervention during a healing/visioning exercise – a part of my collection of woo-woo experiences earlier this year. I’m so grateful for the opening and the wisdom received, because it’s true. When we imagine anything, we’re in sacred co-collaboration with our highest selves, the universe, God. 

But, often, and I mean often, I need the reminder. I don’t know about you, but when I reach my own edges, all my imagining is replaced by worry. How will I ever do/begin/finish it? What if I’ll never heal this certain wound? What if I fail? What if it’s not perfect? 

I love this quote by Abraham-Hicks:
“When the desire is born, right away you start counting yourselves a failure, because you’ve got this desire that hasn’t been satisfied. Know that you never get it done! And since you never get it done, it’s time to stop being unhappy about what’s undone, because most of it is undone! You are an eternal being. Most of it is undone. Instead of taking score about what’s been achieved — we want you to start feeling anticipation about what is still to arrive.”
This wisdom brings me back to center. And back to the truth that my imagining the things I want to release, the things I want to birth, the people I want to surround myself with, the the life I want to live, is a part of a bigger vision that is being held and nurtured by something deeper, more profound, and more beautiful than any mystery I can begin to unravel. But it starts with my imagining it, and having a little faith. And then the magic begins.

I know you know what I mean. And that’s precisely why I like you. A lot.
XO,
Kelly Rae

Sending much love,

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Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my creative whispers, and today I’m an artist & Possibilitarian. I’m passionate about creating meaningful art and experiences that awaken and inspire our spirits.

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