There is something in your womb, your testes, that is screaming "LET ME OUT!" and it isn't a baby. It is organic, has no limits, and is there loving you unconditionally. So my question is what is your relationship with your creativity?
Have you ever thought of your relationship with your creativity as a love affair? I have and I noticed something. Most people's relationship with their creativity resembles the way they approach love/romantic relationships. Some are the head over heels love affairs that quickly burn out. Some are the longstanding relationships that last for a long time because you don't communicate enough to really know each other therefore nothing is ever yielded from it. Some are the "baby mama baby daddy" dramas where lots of creations have been made but the foundation is broken and the creations do not receive optimum nurturing and are therefore at risk for arrested development. Are you non-committal? Do want to hit and quit? Do you see where I am going? What are your relationships like? Show me your relationships and I will show you what you have done with your creativity.
My pattern has been the head over heels/burn out style. I would be in love with my creativity and give and give and then one day I would look up and realize I was exhausted and wasn't interested anymore (ah the love story of my life's past).. I am teaching myself now to take it slow, walk away and do something else sometimes. I take care of myself more making sure I am rested and well-fed. I listen and really take the time to understand my creativity. Patience is a virtue I am really working hard to develop. I check in regularly but I don't over do it. I trust and know that my creativity will always be there. I don't have to behave as if it will leave me or that eventually the love will fizzle out. I no longer treat it as a temporary lover. It is my forever friend. So now I love hanging out with it, seeing what it has to share. I don't feel like I have to do much to be around it either, no preparing or gussying up. I can come as I am and listen. I even romance it a bit with a little music and singing. I wake up every morning ready to love anew, knowing that I am making a real commitment to a love everlasting.
Are you ready to make a real commitment to your creativity, to yourself? Are you really ready for love? Don't let your lonely guide you, let your trust in yourself embrace you. Listen to your heart, your creativity's mouthpiece, and make magic happen. Immaculate conception isn't just for Mary and virgins, it's your right and you deserve it. This message has been brought to you by Whitney Houston, deep Reiki assisted meditations, great showers, and ultimately MY HEART. So tell me this time will be different. Share the dream that you have visualized. Are you really ready for love?