How stopping negative thinking can lead to creative inspiration
"OF YOUR OWN ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS. LIFE WILL GIVE YOU WHAT YOU ATTRACT WITH YOUR THOUGHTS THINK, ACT AND TALK NEGATIVELY AND YOUR WORLD WILL BE NEGATIVE. THINK AND ACT AND TALK WITH ENTHUSIASM AND YOU WILL ATTRACT POSITIVE RESULTS."
In order to let your muse find your creative light, you need to snuff out negative thoughts before they get too big and cast a shadow over your aspirations. Turn you back on negative thinking and do not let it find a place to fester and sap away your creative energy.
Negate the Negativity
“Oh, man. I am never going to find my muse,” He thought to himself, donning on the dark hood of negativity and covering his creative light. Finding creative inspiration was to him like banging his head against the wall, and the more he thought about, the more he wanted to give up his artistic aspirations and resign himself to a mid level management position for the rest of his life.
“Who wants to be a starving artist anyway?” He tried to convince himself, his negative thoughts forming an aspiration sucking black hole within the nebula of his mind. As he thought up even more reasons not to pursue with creative ambitions, (no one is going to like my idea, it is a waste of time and money) the dark maw in the center of his mind grew and sapped away all of his creative light and energy. Soon, there was nothing left, only darkness.
Your muse is a like moth attracted to the light of positivity, ready to immolate itself in your creative flame lending its energy into the act of creating something new. If you let your negative thoughts take over, like the dark hood of Death, it will smother your creative light and the moth that is your muse will flutter away into the night, its destiny left unfulfilled.
In order to avoid the darkness and to find your muse, you need be vigilant of negative thoughts and stop them before they can fester and take over your thought processes. Negative thoughts are easy to spot if you know what you are looking for. They are the thoughts that dampen your creative spirit and make you want to watch day time television or take a very, very, very long shower rather than pursue a creative outlet.
In order to negate the negative thought, you need to turn away from it and not let it enter your thinking. Turn your back on it and ignore its whispers of “I can’t” and “I couldn’t”. Refuse to let it sap your creative spirit and focus on positive thinking instead, allowing your muse to come to you.