Creation is infinite The
creative process occurs, and is occurring, at many different
levels or in many different overlapping and independent ways
simultaneously. For each and every creative process that occurs or
is occurring, an existing created form comes into existence then
ultimately dissolves back into its component parts or the “stuff” of
Creation only to be recast into a new form.
As multidimensional infinitely creative beings, there will always be
a part of ourselves dissolving and being recast into a new form. We
creative living process constantly being destroyed and reformed.
It is an on going and never ending process. We are just not usually
aware of this process because we are the process itself.
We see the movement in the external world and we see the external
world change but are unaware that we are ourselves are moving and
changing constantly redefining who and what we are. We fail to see
and understand the movement within our own being. There is no
ultimate death for the essence of our being, that stuff out of which
we arose, cannot be destroyed and it cannot not exist. All that
happens is that we reform or reshape ourselves into a new creation.
In this regard, there is no “place” of “no-thing-ness.”
Never was, and never will be. The place of “no-thing-ness” is simply
the experience of the stuff of creation when it has no form as
perceived by consciousness.
The process of dissolving the existing creation can be seen and
experienced as a death. It is the death and destruction of the
existing form. But it is also the liberation and freedom from what
has bound the energy. Whether we focus on the death or the
liberation depends on how you choose to view the process. The
experience of this process is reflected in what has been called the
Dark Night of the Soul and the Kundalini Rising.
The part of the creative process which is reflective of the space
between the death of the existing form and its resurrection into a
new creation is often experienced as chaos. When we are creating,
there will always be aspects of our life that are chaotic and
seemingly in turmoil. There is nothing wrong with this. It is part
of the process. Chaos is part of the creative process and will
always exist to some extent. Whether we feel that turmoil is a
The particular thought that we need to carry with us from this
discussion is that chaos and the feeling of chaos will be present in
every creative endeavor. It is natural and inherent in the process.
The chaos of this creativity can occur inside ourselves, experienced
external to us or experienced both inside and external to us
depending on what it is we are trying to create. We can expect to
have some chaos enter the area of our life or our actions that are
truly creative. This bring up several important concepts.
One of which is the cauldron of creation. That is, there is a point
in the process where we may seem to be sitting and boiling or
cooking in a cauldron and we can’t seem to escape. We do everything
that we think we need to do to create what we desire but nothing
seems to be happening. We can’t understand what we are doing wrong.
However it is only a step in the creative process where the existing
creation is being dissolved before the new begins to emerges. How
long it takes depends on what we are trying to create. How much
turmoil we feel depends both on what we are trying to create and/or
how sensitive we are to what we feel.
The second is that we may, or may not, feel the chaos in some way
within our physical being. What we feel will depend on the
perspective or view about our life and the world that we have
created. It is not uncommon to feel an agitation or unsettledness
within our being as we are going thought the creative process. It is
as though we can feel ourselves cooking. It is nothing to worry
about and we may just want to change how we are viewing the process.
If we feel the chaos, we are in mind with an awareness of feelings.
This is because mind is what has created that which is being
destroyed and perceives the destruction of its creation. In many
ways, mind is experience a part of the destruction of itself. If we
do not feel the chaos, either 1) we are in mind and have numbed or
denied the feelings and/or diverted your attention from what we feel
and our feelings in some way, or 2) we are out of mind and in the
flow of energy. If we know we are creating and we feel nothing, we
may want to explore why. In exploring why we feel little or nothing,
we may find that we have numbed ourselves to pain and/or live in a
mental habit that diverts our attention away from pain.
A third is the perceived silence between the manifestations, a place
Between the dissolution of the existing form and the appearance of
the new form there is a “no-thing-ness” much like the silence
between two notes being played on a piano. However, in reality,
there seems to be a calmness between the dissolution and emergence
of the new creation because of how we are choosing to view the
process. As a musician, as the creator of the music, we can, if we
wish, sit in this silence and not play the next note. Before the
note is played in what is perceive to be silence, there is the
movement necessary to create that next note. We do not experience
that movement because we are focusing on the music and not what is
making the music. Of then to our mind, which is focused on the
creation rather than the creation process, the conscious experience
of that movement is chaos. Yet, if we become aware of the creative
process, the chaos is evaporates.
creative perspective, the most profound way to view this state
of the cauldron is to understand that silence and nothingness does
not mean nothing is happening, it only means we are not focusing on
the whole creative process and what is happening behind the scene.
We have only taken a perspective that lets us have the illusion that
we are in a place of “no-thing-ness” when in fact you are within a
If we think about it, many mystics go to a place of no-thing-ness.
They then have realizations, see into the past or future, see into a
person’s mind, and/or other phenomenon that are not normally
experienced. By taking the proper view what they do simply look into
that space between thoughts, that calmness, that place of
no-thing-ness to see what is happening behind the scenes. It is
simply a matter of changing our focus.
To understand this, we can look at the process of looking at the
space between thoughts as looking at an agitated pond of water with
many ripples. As the pond is calmed, the ripples stop and we can
either 1) look at a calm and quite pond, or 2) by looking in the
right way, we will see into the depth of the pond and what is below
the surface. It is simply a matter of deciding how we choose to
look. There is nothing magical about seeing though time and space.
We just need to know how to look and be aware of that for which we
look. All that needs to be understood is that our mind may not have
the minimum set of requisite experience to properly characterize
what we see.
creative process there appears to be four places where a
calmness, stillness or place of “no-thing-ness” appears to exist.
One is after dissolution and before the moment before a creation
emerges. As said above, this calmness and quietness is somewhat of
an illusion because we are not observing the complete process of
The second is where there is no movement of energy. We can only
experience creation if there is movement and to have movement you
need to have energy. If there is no movement, either all the energy
is fixed or bound, or there is no energy such that all the energy
has been removed. But since everything is
energy consciousness, you can’t really move all the energy from
any aspect of Creation. All you can do is fix or freeze the energy
causing movement to stop. That in turn creates the illusion there is
The third is actually a combination of the first two. It is a
consciously created state that is a place of no-thing-ness where the
energy appears to be removed. That is, we move into a creative
process (like meditation) allowing the existing form to dissolve
(sit and meditate withdrawing from the world) and then freeze the
process occurring in the cauldron (deny body sensations of the body)
and we have a seemingly place of “no-thing-ness.” This is to create
the pond without ripples and look only at the surface of the pond
not paying any attention to what you can see below the pond or what
is being reflected back to you.
Although this calm, quite state can be created in meditation, in the
end, it is only a creation that must be destroyed and recreated
another time. As soon as we get up and get on with our life that
state is destroyed. It was only the temporary suspension of the flow
of energy an did not eliminated it. This is why it is very difficult
to hold the calm and quietness we experiences in meditation when we
are active in the world. Life events cause us to experience energy
flows that disrupt any calmness within your being.
The fourth way to create “no-thing-ness” is to align one’s
consciousness with the flow of energy. The energy that is flowing
into a creation and out of a creation has no form. It has a flow but
no form. It is no-thing. By flowing with the energy as it moves into
and out of creation and stay focused on the energy you will always
be in a place of quite, calmness and peace independent of what is
occurring external to the flow. The “trick” one needs to learn if
the want to carry a calmness within their being is to surrender to
the flow outside of mind allowing the energy to fully dissipate in
the experience. That dissipation cause as natural calmness to arise.
We can Look at what is described here as sitting in the current of a
river. We are calm and peaceful yet we see the surrounding
countryside move by. You do not appear to be moving but rather the
environment appears to be moving. But in reality, we are moving in a
calm and peacefulness.
This phenomenon is why Einstein’s physics of relativity was so
profound and such an initial breakthrough in understanding. We are
not aware that we are moving and all the laws that govern movement
and govern the Universe appear to be equally valid if we are, or are
not, moving. We only know if we are moving relative to someone or
something else. Hence the need for Creation and the fact that we
will always create with someone or something. We need the other if
for no other reason to know we are moving. Otherwise you will have
no reference point to understand if our energy is flowing or not
If we study the creation process one will see that in reality “no-thing-ness”
exists in only two places. One is to be within the creative process
in total alignment with the flow of energy for the flow has no form.
The other is to stand outside the creative process and seen the
space that exist in the moment be the dissolution of the existing
from and the creation of the new form. It is the space or the empty
container in which a new creation can form. That is, that space we
create by moving out all that obstructs or stands in the way of what
we desire to create. We can place your conscious awareness at either
To place our awareness in the flow, we can fully participate in the
creative process and be actively engaged in any activity. It is to
be in the calmness that comes with being in the flow. Or, we can
step out of the creative process and attempt to freeze the space
that is created for creation to occur and reside in that space of
“no-thing-ness”. This is what many esoteric traditions do and why
many esoteric traditions recommend that we focus our attention and
awareness to create a calm state within our being like a calm,
ripple less pool of water. In reality we are creating a space for
creation to occur but then we attempt to hold that space as opposed
to flowing with the creation itself. Ultimately it is an issue of
control where mind does not desire to surrender. It want to control
what it experience.
Whether or not we have available the necessary free energy for the
new creation to be planted in this space we create depends on how
the space was created. It depends on whether the existing form that
was dissolved, that which was discarded from our life to create the
space, was somehow fixed or allow to flow. What many traditions do
is, because of what they teach the individuals to think and believe,
actually bind and fix one’s energy or regulate its flow into a
creation determined by the tradition as opposed to determined by the
individual. Part of this may a be required to create the experience
that is desired and supplied by the tradition. In that sense there
is nothing wrong with fixing and binding one’s energy. We are simply
creating an experience and after the experience we can let it go.
The problem is whether or not we are able to release their energy to
be free to create the next experience we choose or we continue to be
held and bound by the tradition along after it has served what we
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