The Weekly Ecstatic Blessing

You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have


March 01, 20243 min read

"You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have."

- Maya Angelou

Your Weekly Ecstatic Blessing:

My greatest asset is my imagination.

I am able to see what is invisible to others and bring it into being.

I am a Visionary who not only sees the future but shapes it.

Made in the image of the Creator, I have Divine Power to mold my world in accordance with my will.


Personal Letter:

Despite Facebook telling everyone that my birthday was the 19th, my birthday was yesterday… ;)

We went to Palm Springs last week for vacation.

And I forced my kids to read REALLY PAPER BOOKS - muahaha!

It sounds funny, but after 3 years of travel, when all we had to read were books on Kindle, paper books feel crazy luxurious.

In fact, I was just talking to a friend about how -- not that long ago -- books were the most valuable asset you could own.

Only the wealthiest were able to read, let alone own books.

Now we give them away for free at garage sales.

Similarly, did you know that when we finally figured out how to make aluminum metal, it was so hard to make that it was more rare than gold?

Napoleon III had a set of silverware made of aluminum that he considered more valuable than his gold set.

But eventually, science caught up with demand and in less than 20 years, aluminum became a ubiquitous manufacturing material.

We now use it like paper - lining our pans and tossing it in the trash when we’re done.

What does this tell us?

Well, obviously, it highlights the power of economics… Where there is a high demand, we will create a higher supply.


Through Creativity.

Perhaps the most unique characteristic of humanity, Creativity -- our ability to create -- reflects our Divine Nature.

We can see an empty field, and imagine a harvest.

We can see a problem, and find a solution.

We can look at heartbreak, and find hope.

In fact, we’re so good at creativity, that we can turn scarcity into superfluity… almost overnight.

As Napoleon Hill puts it:

“When riches begin to come they come so quickly, in such great abundance, that one wonders where they have been hiding during all those lean years.”

So, today, evaluate where in your life you’re feeling “a gap”.

  • Does money feel tight?

  • Does love feel lacking?

  • Does health feel hard?

Whatever aspect of your life is feeling Sub-Par, set aside some time to daydream…

Allow yourself to imagine how your money, love life, health, etcetera, will feel when it’s a 10 out of 10.

How great can you allow yourself to imagine that aspect of your life becoming?

Write down your vision in the present tense, using Bob Proctor’s prompt:

“I am so happy and grateful now that…”

For example:

I am so happy and grateful now that money flows easily in and gratefully out of my life. I always have more money than I need. I enjoy tracking my finances and nurturing my wealth, knowing that I am always taken care of. I love how more money allows me to be more generous.

I am so happy and grateful now that I feel unconditionally loved. I am loved and respected by all who know me. I am Seen and Valued by my partner, who goes out of their way to make me feel special and cherished. I am in love with the whole world.

I am so happy and grateful now that I am healthy and full of energy. I feel sexy in my body. I make wise decisions that support my mental, emotional and physical well-being such as drinking water, getting plenty of sleep and moving my body in joyful ways.

Big hugs,


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