If you feel blessed but you can’t feel good, maybe spiritual creation is missing. Spiritual creation is what comes before physical creation and speaking our powerful words. Listen in as I discuss two separate examples of spiritual creation in my life.

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In the last episode, we talked about how our words hold power and what we speak is what we create.

But there’s something that comes BEFORE that…

Spiritual Creation

Moses 3:5 And every plant of the field before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field before it grew. For I, the Lord God, created all things, of which I have spoken, spiritually, before they were naturally upon the face of the earth. For I, the Lord God, had not caused it to rain upon the face of the earth. And I, the Lord God, had created all the children of men; and not yet a man to till the ground; for in heaven created I them; and there was not yet flesh upon the earth, neither in the water, neither in the air;

Moses 6:51 I am God; I made the world, and men before they were in the flesh.

The principle here is that all things created, are first created spiritually before they are created physically.

I believe both parts— spiritual and physical creation— have to be in place to be an effective creator.

Lack Of Connection

I have to be completely honest here, this episode is as much for me as it is for you.

I am writing a book right now, and I have felt so much resistance. After a coaching call with my coach, I realized that I’m not connected to what EXACTLY I am creating. I just jumped into taking action, without the spiritual creation of the book.

So this morning, I sat in meditation, spiritually creating the book, seeing myself in the future writing, publishing, marketing, speaking. I still need to work more on this, but I feel much more connected.

Practicing Spiritual Creation

When I was younger, I saw how my parents’ lives turned out. They were High School dropouts, drug and alcohol addicts. They had no money and were unhappy all the time! I committed to being the exact opposite of them.

At some point, I realized that going to college was a way out of that kind of life, so from a very young age (4th or 5th grade), I was dedicated to getting to college. I had no idea how I would pay for it, but I knew I would go.

As I got older, I had more and more opportunities to do programs and activities on college campuses. I didn’t know I was practicing spiritual creation at the time, but I constantly imagined myself graduating from high school, getting scholarships, and going to college. And not just college, but university. And you know what? I did it.

I created the opportunity to attend the University of Washington with no college debt when I graduated. I didn’t know all the details along the way, but I could see myself at college, going to classes, studying, and graduating.

The Importance Of Spiritual AND Physical Creation

When we spiritually create, but then don’t physically create, nothing happens. We pine away in our daydreams.

When we physically create, but don’t spiritually create first, things happen, but often there is a lot of resistance along the way.

Before we can SAY IT and DO IT, we must SEE IT and FEEL IT.

What goals or desires do you have for yourself or your family?

Can you see it coming to fruition?

Can you feel how you would feel when it’s a reality in the world?

Do you see it and feel it clearly enough to confidently speak it out loud?

And then do you take action toward your goal or desire?

All 4 of these pieces need to happen in order for you to create what you want in your life in a sustainable way.

And I want to add one more piece to this puzzle: we create from WHO WE ARE.

You may have heard the idea that anything you truly desire you can create.

Everyone always uses the example of “anyone can become a professional basketball player if they truly desire it, but if I’m only 5 feet tall, I likely wouldn’t desire it.”

Upon reflection, I think that it’s more accurate to say, “you can create anything you want if it’s who you are.”

When your identity, your spiritual creation, and your physical creation are all in alignment, creating what you desire becomes natural.

If you feel blessed, but not good, maybe it’s because you are not spending time or attention in spiritual creation.

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This podcast is recorded by me, Denita Bremer, and produced by Denita Bremer Studios.