BEFORE.

Embracing our divine nature | The Creator

We are a true reflection of mother nature, when we witness her pace, her grace,
her zero sense of urgency, we witness the true fashion in which we are. -Torie

naturePhoto By: @lawofunity

The innate desire to create is apart of are coding.
As creators, we create life, art and magick with every thought, feeling and touch we make.

When I hear a creator label themself a “workaholic”. I’m thrilled, you’ve received the HARMONY button! If there is anything I have learned in my research over the last 3000 lifetimes, it’s productivity and creation are phenomenal, however one can’t forget about play, romance and adventure!

When having a particular focus outweighs personal relations ie connecting with yourself and or the world around you; expect balance, introspection and adventure to call.

Labeling an encoded truth something that it’s not, will makes things confusing, for the truth and the label are not vibrating at the same frequency, “workaholic” insinuates that there is something wrong with the desire to create, believing we should fix or overcome a particular part of ourselves. Everyone is having their perfect experience, always. And the desire to create is encoded in every cell of our existence.

Embrace yourself, literally, hold yourself gently, caress your arm with the tips of your fingers, up and down, take a deep breath in AND laugh aloud!!!… because you’re a fucking weirdo and you love it! We’re all high spirited unique weirdos here, and I want you to fall eternally in love with everything that you are, a high-spirited passionate as fuck superstar, and then sprinkle that shit around like pixie dust, everywhere you go.

Create your little heart out Hunny Bunny,
just remember that this life is best when shared with everyone.

honor and embrace our nature;
balance, harmony and rest ie all aspects of the creation experience,
that’s when we truly live.

When “goals” are intangible and experiential, everything simply falls into place.

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