What Is A Deliberate Creator And How Can You Achieve It?
First, it is closely related to the Art of Allowing within the Law of Attraction. Deliberate Creation basically means that you experience whatever you consistently, think about. Whether it’s something you want or not.
If you are thinking about it, spending your time, energy, attention, or words on a subject, that is what you are creating more of in your life!
It does not matter what the tone of the thoughts are, if you hate that thing, are angry about it, don’t want it, or really want the opposite of whatever it is , the subject of your thoughts is what is doing the attraction. And it’s fueled by the energy of your emotions, so if you’re really angry about it, you are attracting it even faster!
Dr. Robert Anthony wrote this:
The Five Steps of a Deliberate Creator:
- Know what you don’t want
- Choose what you are truly passionate about changing or creating
- Align your conscious desires with your subconscious beliefs
- Suspend disbelief (stop thinking you can’t have whatever it is you want)
- Let go and take inspired action
I will include the link to dive more deeply into each of these at the bottom of my article.
For instance, the Law of Attraction explains that your thoughts, words, and feelings project a powerful energy that, like a magnet, is attracting things with similar vibrations into your life.
Being a Deliberate Creator is the intentional focus on something that is wanted with the purpose of creating a pleasing outcome.
By deliberately focusing your thoughts, which shifts the way you feel, thereby changing your point of attraction, you will receive more satisfying results in what you are wanting.
Therefore, as a deliberate creator, you come to understand the connection between what you are thinking, how you feel, and the manifestations generated by your conscious focus.
Words have power.
But most people are offering words in a very unconscious fashion. We complain and blame. Our words betray our dearest wishes, and we conflict ourselves with contrary words and intentions. We say we want this or that to occur in our lives, but when things show up to make it happen, we complain and turn away, holding on to our view of the world, comfort zones and blaming others or an unfair situation.
To become more conscious, we must pay attention to our words and what we say about ourselves.
Our self-image has huge control over what we allow in our lives. And this is ‘fed’ by what we think and say about ourselves.
Trying to push something away by saying “no” to it is still giving it attention.
Your thoughts are the first step to creating your reality so you want to be conscious of what kinds of thoughts you are allowing yourself to have.
This is one of the critical components of living the Law of Attraction every day.
Becoming more conscious of the thoughts we give our attention to therefore, is the first stage in becoming a more conscious deliberate creator.
If we let our thoughts grow wild, the circumstances in our lives will be of a similar nature.
“Man has been so created as to have absolute control over the thoughts which reach his subconscious mind” – Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich
Hill goes on to say, “that most people don’t exercise this control.”
He likens the subconscious mind to a “fertile garden spot”, in which “weeds will grow in abundance, if thoughts of a more desirable nature are not sewn therein”.
Finally, it’s imperative that you pay attention to your emotions (use the Emotional Scale I shared last week often), your thoughts, and the words you’re speaking.
Lastly, I am here if you would like to talk about any of this. I can help you get a game plan together for yourself to begin to become a Conscious Creator.
To your success,
PS. Here is the web site to read more about the 5 steps Dr. Robert Anthony spoke of: