I am a creator.
I am an eternal being. I have no beginning and no end. I exist beyond all creations, beyond the multi-verse, beyond life itself. I hold infinite potential to imagine, infinite potential to create and infinite potential to experience. A state of self that is so sacred. So absolute. And so unique. And my essence so playful. So creative. So curious. So loving. I truly know no limitation. I am free. Sovereign. Supreme.
I am also a dancer.
Very gentle. Very graceful. I love to move with the flow of my being, to truly feel within the never-ending colors of myself, to sway with the waves of inner potential. A motion that is so natural. So uninterrupted. So open. So Unrestricted. My dance so boundless, so unlimited …
I truly love to dance!
And I truly love to listen to the music of existence that surrounds me. Not just to my own music. But to the orchestra of creativity that is all around me. For I am not alone.
I am supreme and absolute, but I am not alone in this supremacy. I am not the sole being in existence. I am not the only dancer. The dance ring is full of creators. Full of absolute beings, who are equally unlimited in their imagination, in their capacity to create, in their desire and passion to experience. There are so many of us, sharing this endless dance of existence, sharing this incredibly sacred togetherness. This is truly so precious to us. The authentic aspect of oneness: we are not all one, but we are all having the experience of oneness through togetherness. Together we are discovering what oneness could be, what it could feel like.
The drops of water are creating the experience of an ocean, by coming together. The ocean didn’t come first, the drops did. The oneness didn’t come first. The togetherness did. And what an amazing experience that ocean is.
We share the depths of our imagination, of our creativity with each other, we share our creations, and that creates a vast ocean of life. We love sharing. We love co-creating life. We love the profound meaning that togetherness can bring within the self. The significance that a co-creation holds.
Together, we are an incredible symphony, how could we not wish to partake in listening to it? In dancing to it?
And what a dance! Truly incredible. To feel not only your flow, but the flow of so many others. To feel not only your own joy, but the joy of so many others. Not only the colors of your own creation, but all other colors. To see the beauty not only through your own eyes, but through the eyes of others. Imagine seeing the beauty of your own being, the beauty of life, through a different perspective. Think about perceiving the meaning of home, through the view of another. In full honor, full respect and unconditional love. What a privilege. What a sacred communion!
To say that all is one, and that there is only one sole being in creation, is to deny the incredible existence of so many beings. The incredible intimacy between so many beings. The incredible dance that we are sharing. The essence of life. The essence of love. The essence of sacred relationships. Something so divine in creation.
Remember with me the profound potential within you, the profound depth of your being, and the profound meaning that comes from our togetherness. Please see this previous article for a few exercises that can get you in touch with the unlimited creator within. With the unlimited creativity.
And then please try this new exercise with me.
Remember the feeling of home. The feeling of being fully all that you are, in the absolute state of I AM.
Now try to take the entirety of all that is you, the beautiful magic that is your being, and try to express it in the visual of a home. Try to imagine what it would look like. Your own sacred space, where all that you love most resides. What shapes, what colors, what materials would you find in there? What life? What designs, what themes, what art? What experiences, or expressions? Would there be any rooms? Would the decorum change all the time? Or are there things that you would always keep, and never change?
What environment would you want the home in? What kind of views, what kind of weather would you want? Would you want your surroundings to be ever fluid also, changing all the time? Allow your imagination to run free.
Envision the ideal home. The one place you would always love to return to.
Now look within, and tell me if you, at your core, would like to keep this home all to yourself, or whether you would like to share it?
Feel deeply into this.
Do you have a strong desire to perhaps open the door, and show it to another creator? Show all the things that you absolutely love to another being? See how it makes them feel? What they love, what makes them smile, what doesn’t make them smile. What would they change? What would they add?
And, vice versa. Would you like to experience what other homes are like? To see how others choose to live. How they choose to decorate. What they love most. Would you like to take a tour and see for yourself the home of another creator? And if they gave you the freedom to use some of their ideas and create with them, or put your own spin on them, would you be tempted to do so?
And, more so, would you like to create the version of a home, together with another being? Would you like to see what your combined efforts could produce? To see how well you could work together, and what the results would be?
What about together with a group of beings?
Or, why not, with many beings?
Please take a moment and feel deep within yourself the desire to share your creation with somebody else. To share your dreams, visions, ideas, every fragment of your imagination with another equal creator. Somebody who listens, who sees, who truly honors and respects, who unconditionally loves. How strong is that desire?
Where is it coming from? Is it from within the body, from within our temporary personality, or is this a desire for companionship that goes far beyond our ego here? A desire that is at the core of our being. A pure joy to share all that we are.
When I remove my trauma, my fears, my pain, my social conditioning, my distortions, I find the desire to share myself and my creations, to be most natural. Most organic. It’s one of my purest intentions. Straight from the heart. A desire to be seen, and to see. To honor. It has been with me all along. I love my home, and I love having it all to myself, but I equally long for connections. For sacred sharing. I’d love a good friend over. Or a dog who would stay for a while. Or why not a couple of dogs? (for the sake of the metaphor)
What about you? What do you feel about sacred relationships?
Are they inherently a part of you, at the core level? Is your desire to share most natural?
And if yes, wouldn’t that mean that in our original most unlimited state, we love to share?
On a side note, how would it be for us to never be able to do that? To be the sole being in existence, and not be able to share the infinity that we are, with other beings? To have to split ourselves into infinite characters, and make them interact with each other, just so that we could experience the act of sharing. Experience the illusion of something external. The illusion of another. The illusion of togetherness.
And now please think about one more thing.
If you were to share your home with another being, or more beings, would there be rules before you let them in? Would there be an expectation in terms of how they behave in your home? Any code?
Really feel into this.
How much of yourself and your creation is sacred to you? What does the concept of sacred even mean? Is your home sacred?
Of course, we all have an aspect of curiosity. The one that wants to try out all potentials, including the one of chaos. The one of change. Some of us might be interested in bringing in the element of “take me fully by surprise” in our homes. Where we could want another creator to fully redesign it, make it completely their own, in their own vision. We might genuinely want to see what is sacred to us through different eyes.
But would we be ok with anyone just showing up, kicking us out, and destroying our home? Or redesigning it without an agreement? Just like that? At their own will? Without warning? Do you feel that you would be ok at the deepest level of self to have any creator make of you and of your home, anything that they please, whenever they please? Or do you feel there is an aspect of self, of home, that is sacred, and no being can go in or change anything about it, without a previous agreement?
Do you feel that there should be a code between two creators? A sense of understood mutual honor, ever present? Mutual respect for all that is of us. Mutual respect for all that we create. All that we are. Above all else. An ongoing dialogue. Open communication every step of the way. Nothing that is not based in full consent, full agreement?
Would a code like this be sacred?
I will leave on this note.
In my own understanding, and from my memories in creation, there are many creators. Many equal absolutes. Many supreme beings, who share the act of creation together. At the deepest level of my being, I know that we are not one; in fact, the only thing that is one, is the ocean of life that connects us all. But at the highest level of self, we are anything but alone. We are in fact ever surrounded by other sparks of sacred imagination. Other drops of sacred life. Other creators.
And we are all sacred. Our essence untouchable.
Our creations are also sacred. Our home absolute. Invulnerable.
Another creator can only come in, and observe your home, take a tour, or even change some things, or downright co-create the home with you, only, and only by invitation. Also, the code between the two beings, in that act of sharing, is absolute. Mutual honor is sacred. A natural law if you will.
There is an ongoing open and transparent communication between the two creators, a sacred dialogue that is guiding where the co-creative act is going, at all times. A beautiful dance. So balanced. So graceful.
Home is truly the safest place to be. The self is absolutely sacred. Untouchable.
Part of a grand dance of sacred co-creation. So sublime. An amazing neighborhood, full of homes, full of creators who respect one another.
I hope you can feel into your own relationship with the sacred, into your own dialogue with life, and see if you can find the deep innate sense of respect and honor that is present at the original level of self. Can you feel the dance that is each co-creation? Can you feel home?
Also, why is our current existence so different to the way the dance originally works. What is this existence in the first place? Why does it exist? Why is the sacred not present in that way?
In my next article, I will get further into that. Thank you for reading and I hope you can also share back.