Exploring making something out of nothing; how your heart always guides you to what you can make that is in harmony within you, the world, and always in the most loving way; the importance of unconditional love as you persevere in your heart-felt creations; the example and story of the inner growth's journey and mindset creation; and why the way you look at something and nothing makes a difference; and how seeing through the eyes of inner growth will always reveal to you the things that you are creating and the infinite potential you hold to bring forth more if you'd like (always with the foundation of unconditional love).
When you have an idea in mind, something you want to do or be in life, it takes some time to feel and see that you’re making something. Typically, nothing is what you initially see from the steps you take to create that something. This is because you have in your mind an already complete vision of that something, and until it’s completed, all that is visible are the pieces (steps) to it. It is through persevering, even when you see nothing, that you make something. In fact, you realize that what was “nothing” is something that has been created through your every day pieces (steps).
In raising your consciousness to the aspect of you seeing something (at least a minimal idea of something) already whole, you realize that until it is whole, you can only see the pieces of it. Psychologically speaking, it feels or may seem like nothing because you are essentially building the blocks to that something as you take actions every day through what you do. Through an inner growth mindset (journey and approach) you are ensuring you stay aware consciously that the pieces won’t be visible until enough of them come together to start seeing (that) something that you’re creating (making); but you also acknowledge thanks to the inner and outer world relationship you now have through a higher state of consciousness to both your worlds, that your perseverance is key to the complete unfolding of that something; as well as the open heart and mind to compromise when that something seems different than what you envisioned at the start (the minimal idea or view of that something). Without flexibility (compromise), you would have a hard time pursuing more of what you need to do (to see that something you’ve set out to make) come to fruition. Thanks to a learning and loving mindset with inner growth at hand, you instead, appreciate the nothing in knowing that it is something because it is leading you to that something you’re making (creating) and will become visible in time.
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