Me as Divine Artist

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A subject for a great poet would be God’s boredom after the seventh day of creation. – Friedrich Nietzsche


Is God bored? Is that perhaps why I have the feeling of disconnect? Or maybe I am bored and am the source of that disconnect.

God as creator can be seen through me as a creator. I haven’t been creating, I haven’t been acting as a divine, or rather, expressing my aspect of the divine. Playing my role as part of the divine. Nietzsche says god may be bored. My response may be to suggest invoking the divine in our selves and create in gods’ stead. We are now responsible for utilizing that creative energy and manifest art and beauty in our lives. If we are bored, god is bored; if we are creating, god is creating. We are a reflection , an incarnation, we need to take accountability for our spark of diving light within ourselves. Tap into our energy centers, get the kundalini moving and BE divine. Live divinely. I haven’t been responsible in that sense. Yeah, I go to work every day and design flyers, posters, invites, programs, brochures, websites, etc. But it’s rarely a baring of my soul. It’s not my interpretations of life, of this world. I mean, it’s me designing for my demographics, so I guess it’s a capitalistic creative “ad”venture. I guess I want to see art that is me. That is a reflection of me and my perceptions. Who knows, I guess I just want to paint/draw more. I want to access my individual divine, stop my boredom, start creating.
Ignite my divine flow.

“To know the whole world is nothing when it is compared to knowing your own inner mystery of life.” – Osho


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