Bringing Your Ideas To The Next Level.
"Oh, wow I never would have thought of that, you're so creative".
"I'd really value your insight on my newest idea".
"Where do these ideas come from"?
"It's like you are able to go inside my chaotic mind, sort through it, bring out ideas and make them something beautiful".
Above are a sample of phrases and questions I've heard throughout most of my life. It wasn't until recently that I began to value the importance of my own gift. I've always known I was a Creator, it's at the core of who I am but lately I've grown to honour another aspect of my creative force that has been difficult to articulate or place in any preexisting social structure.
You would think by now I would no longer be surprised that what I offer the world is unique and that means doing things just outside the box labelled "normal".
It took me some time to get past trying to find the right language and to get through the limiting belief that nobody would get it.
The best way for me to quickly describe it is if you were able to peek inside my head for a moment you would likely see a flow of ideas entering through channels as downloads while some get filed and others swirl about. I've never known any different however, I have in recent years learned a lot more about how to manage the flow in order to serve myself and everyone around me better.
I could never possibly execute all of the ideas and I've learned over time I am not supposed to. What a relief!
I've learned how to witness and wait on the opportune ideas destined for myself and how to pass on the concepts that are meant for others.
I've recently helped others start their businesses that were once seedlings waiting to be watered.
Randomly blurted out a name of a company for a client who was feeling stuck. The name is now registered and she is on fire! Cleared the fog that was felt around how to make the next move in a major life shift.
Executed creating "the perfect space" that a client couldn't even describe what she wanted before we sat down.
Here's the thing; I'm not sure how it works exactly and maybe I am not meant to. What I do know is that I'm here to share this gift with the world and embrace this part of me.