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Becoming a Responsible Creator

Article written by: Aimee Mosco

Co-founder of IHS Unity / Intentional Healing Systems LLC

What is a “responsible creator?”

Our definition of a responsible creator is someone who uses thoughtful intent to create with purpose in ways that honor themselves as well as others.

Thoughtful intent is one of the most significant hallmarks of the new era, and it begins with thought. When you form your thoughts with intent, the quality of your thoughts change. The reason this is so significant and powerful is because your thoughts generate energy. That energy impacts anything that happens after the thought is formed.

For example: Say you run to the grocery store because you forgot to buy an ingredient you need for the dinner you are preparing. The whole way to the grocery store your thoughts are beating you up for making that mistake. You get to the grocery store, grab what you forgot the first time and then find that there is only one check stand open. The people in front of you each have full grocery baskets. You continue to beat yourself up with your thoughts as you wait and by the time you pay, your irritation has mounted so not only are you upset with yourself but you have villainized all of the people that were standing in line in front of you.

In this example your thoughts went on an unchecked journey. Had you chosen to intentionally send your thoughts in another direction at the beginning of the journey, your outcome would have been much different. You could have chosen to take the opportunity to remember that mistakes happen sometimes and it’s not the end of the world. That path, guided by your intent, would have kept you on higher ground, not just for your own benefit, but for the benefit of your family when you came home in a happy mood rather than colossally irritated.

Each stage of human growth comes with a new set of responsibilities. When babies grow into to kids, kids into teenagers, teenagers into adults, each stage brings with it a new level of responsibility and reward. The same holds true of the spiritual stages you grow into. Each one offers you the opportunity to take more responsibility for your creatorship abilities, and reap the rewards accordingly.

This new spiritual era and the energies it brings with it offers us a multitude of opportunities to expand our horizons and grow by leaps and bounds. We will have the chance to partake in rapid manifestation, self-healing with greater ease, attracting more joyous relationships and becoming a more peaceful and unified society. The catch is, we must train ourselves to “create” in a responsible manner to enjoy the fruits of the new era.

Creating responsibly begins with thought management. Bringing your thoughts to a higher level so they generate and emit favorable energy keeps you in alignment with the rewards of the new era. It takes some effort to train yourself into this practice but it will get easier with time.

Here are some simple tips to get you started:

  • Whenever you catch yourself forming an unfavorable judgement about yourself or another person, divert your attention and focus on a favorable attribute or some benefit of the situation.
  • Make an agreement with yourself at the beginning of each day to only emit the energy of the most favorable thoughts you have. In the event you slip, agree to attach the neutralizing energies of forgiveness and love to the offending thoughts.
  • Use thought triggers. A thought trigger is something that inspires a particular thought. For example: I look at a designated picture of my dogs on my phone to trigger happy (favorable) thoughts when I want to change my course of thought.

As with all of our other suggested techniques, have some fun as you develop new habits that speak to using intent to manage your thoughts. Stay tuned as we have lots more to share on the topic of thought management and methods for becoming a responsible creator.

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