“Here’s the trick: We’re never alone. As soon as we step outside the campfire glow, our Muse lights on our shoulder like a butterfly. The act of courage calls forth infallibly that deeper part of ourselves that supports and sustains us.” Steven Pressfield from The War of Art.
I have experienced my Muse, and I’ll bet you have too. When I’m in my most self expressed, creative place, I know that I’m not alone. I feel as though I’m merely an instrument for my creation; that what I’m creating is not of me, but from me. It’s divine.
I know that there is more, always, to be created. It’s easy to get caught up in struggle and day-to-day worries. Am I enough? Am I really creative, or do I just wish I were? Am I capable of living up to my dreams? When can I find time to explore what my spirit wants to create?
The truth is all of that is bullshit. It’s IN me. It’s cheating the world of my talent and gifts by making excuses not to write, paint, create. It’s a cop out. Whenever there is a will to do something, there is an opposing will. The trick is to push through that opposition called Resistance and create anyway.
There is magnificence already born within us. We must get started now. We must do the work.
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