Waking up to the Holiness of Life

If you were to point your attention inward, you would find there is an arising spring of energy: thoughts, emotions, images, memories, ideas, insights, dream snippets, and bodily sensations continue to be born. You might notice that there is a fountain of energy forever emerging within you. Step away from the content of your thoughts and see that thoughts themselves continue to come into existence. See that your inner experiences are forever being born.

You could say that there is a fountain of energy ceaselessly emerging from within. This Fountain, this Life energy, this power can be the vehicle for spiritual practice. Unlike renouncing the world and pulling away from experience to discover the true nature of existence, the spiritual practice of Creation Meditation invites you to dive right into the heart of Life, into the heart of experience.

With this, develop a more intimate (and healthy) relationship with Life, discovering the reverent and sacred nature of this existence. And the more intimate your relationship with the intelligence arising from within, the more intimate your relationship with God. This sacred, inner intimacy facilitates an ever-more conscious participation in the evolution of your life.

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Creation is the energy, the life-giving force that keeps the universe in motion. It is the power that keeps all of Nature moving, shifting, and unfolding in a variety of magnificent ways.
Creation is happening right now, across dimensions of time, and through and as the human being. Fundamentally, an individual does not exist as a separate being, but rather as an indivisible expression of what connects all of us, the underlying, interconnected sacred and generative field of nothingness.          
From this inner field of no-thing-ness, an exquisite vitality emerges. We know this vitality as life itself. It is holy. It is abundant. And yes, it is sexual.

“The world you perceive is made of consciousness; what you call matter is consciousness itself.”

– Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

“Profound self-knowledge is knowledge of God.”

– John Baldock, The Alternative Gospel