What Does It Mean To Be a Conscious Creator?
What does it mean to be a conscious creator?
Here’s my take on the definition of one who consciously creates:
a conscious creator (noun) is
- one who creates their reality by purposely focusing attention in alignment to desires.
- one who practices vibration management for purposes of creating reality.
- one who deliberately chooses thoughts and/or takes action to enhance vibrational alignment.
The essence of what it means to be a conscious creator is that because we believe the world doesn’t happen to us, but rather that we create it ourselves based on our vibration, we harness our focus in a way that creates our preferred reality.
You could describe conscious creation as the process of proactively engaging thoughts that attract like energy. Meaning, we’re at choice, we’re doing it deliberately, and we lead the way based on the vibrations we activate.
Which means that the folks who know we create our own reality, but don’t actually engage that power, aren’t necessarily conscious creators.
Even though they know how it works, if they aren’t working it, they’re better described as default creators than conscious creators.
And for the folks who don’t know or believe that we create our reality, in law of attraction circles they’re often affectionately referred to as muggles.
Maybe a conscious creator has studied law of attraction principles; maybe they’ve always known and practiced it intuitively.
Maybe they are familiar with the words of vibration, alignment and law of attraction; maybe they don’t have a language for what they practice.
But what I’ve noticed more often than not is that it’s not so much that we are or aren’t a conscious creator, as much as it is sometimes we do and sometimes we don’t.
Sometimes I conduct myself like a default creator, and sometimes I’m really good at deliberately harnessing my attention in a way that takes me where I want to go.
That’s my take, though.
Here’s to more often (and with more natural ease) using our creative power to our benefit. 🙂
All of these work for me! 🙂
How about this? One who is aware of one’s own vibration and deliberately chooses to modify it when necessary in order to feel better and create one’s physical reality.
Barbara, I love that definition!
Very well said – thank you! 🙂
I like how your definition includes the key points about feeling better and altering one’s physical reality.
My theory is increasingly that Law of Attraction was never meant as instructions. When you’re working with metaphysical laws, your meta-intentions matter. So I think that, perhaps, the definition of Deliberate Creator ought to leave external reality out of the picture. “One who is completely in charge of his or her quality of life,” maybe. Since quality of life is determined not by external things but internal ones, it seems to me that that’s what true power really is, anyway.
Your definitions are so spot-on, accurate, complete, all-encompassing and well worded, Jeannette. 🙂
I can just say it in other words.
Conscious creators are:
Spirits bold enough to defy the default vibration of society including themselves and do not give in to the succumbing ways of the average human.
A conscious creator is:
A pioneer of higher vibrations and higher realities hoping to be an example to his friends and loved ones. 😀
I love this post and I too am guilty of being a default creator…sometimes way too much! I am learning to be more patient and enjoy the manifesting process instead of having that kid in a car “are we there yet?” mindset.
Hi Jeannette, this is from Joshua
A conscious creator understands that there are two states of being; resistant or allowing. When you are in the state of allowing, you are able to receive what you want. When you judge the conditions or people around you as wrong, you are in the state of resistance and you are resisting the delivery of what you want.
When you ask, it is given. The only thing that has to happen for you to receive what you want is to become a vibrational match to it. As soon as you become a match to your desire, it will manifest into your reality. The only way to become a match is to allow the universe to mold you into the vibrational version of you that matches what you want. That means you will have to change your beliefs and opinions. The universe will put you in situations (called manifestation events) which will challenge your beliefs, attitudes, and opinions. If you allow the change to occur by acknowledging the the event is for your highest good, you move one step closer to becoming a vibrational match. If you resist the change by judging the event as bad or wrong, you hold yourself firm and stand in resistance to what you’ve asked for. It’s a simple system when you think about it.
The conscious creator is aware that every event and every condition comes with a reason. The conscious creator allows the message to come through without judging it. The conscious creator allows the change to take place. The Conscious Creator is an Allower.
We Are Joshua
I’ve been testing out different terms that describe “people who get into alignment with their desires so that they manifest into their experience” for a number of years. I smiled a few weeks ago, when I saw that you already owned a domain name for a term I was considering (manifestingpro.com).
The reason I’m not comfortable with the term “conscious creator” is because it caused me to misunderstand my role in the manifestation process for a number of years. Thinking of myself as a “creator” use to have me mistakenly putting in way too much effort/action into the manifestation process. Eventually, I realized that I’m not really creating anything, I’m just “selecting” a different version of reality that already exists. I played around with the term “conscious selector” for a while. For me at least, it describes more accurately what I am actually doing during the manifestation process. However, it’s just not as catchy as the term conscious creator and I never fell in love with it. I like Joshua’s emphasis on the term “Allower” but I still find the term “conscious creator” to be cooler. I’m trusting that both a very accurate and cool sounding term is going to show up soon that will be perfect =)
I really loved the point you made at the end of your article, “I’ve noticed more often than not is that it’s not so much that we are or aren’t a conscious creator, as much as it is sometimes we do and sometimes we don’t.” That’s a very important point to remember.
I really love the way you explained the value of life experiences and why it’s so critical not to judge them. Thank you for that. I’ve never heard it put in that way. Explained in your terms, it really is a simple system when I think about it.
A conscious creator is one who
1) is purposefully creating rather than by default. This means choosing thoughts, feelings, practices, and overall a way of being that allows the best continued alignment with their ever changing desired reality.
2) Embraces the process and has fun knowing that life is a journey and manifestation is not a destination, but a continues experience.
3) Understands how the universe works and revels in the power each of us have to choose our reality.
4) Doesn’t sweat moments of contrast, but enjoys being in the place from where new desires are born.
5) And for me (one who tends to try to hard) it also means just BEING (getting out of my own way). The place of no resistance when manifestation is instant.
6) And I would say a conscious creator is a person who is much happier than the masses (default creators), because there is such incredible joy in experiencing endless abundance and grace and the POWER of leveling the universe to create. Now, how FUN is that?!
I have problems with a lot of the terms in LOA starting with Law of Attraction. You don’t attract anything. You decided what you want and the Universe rearranges itself around you.
The problem I think is that people tend to think of the world as solid, but this is because we created our senses to interpret it this way. The world is energetic, and we have invented vast sciences to explain it to our senses.
So my problem with the term conscious creator is that it implies you have to do something, and so people try all sorts of things to try to get it right. But the main thing to do is to decide to have it. You then have to get the feeling of how it will be when you have it–something that makes it feel real to you–(Align) but as Abraham says , this is like for 17 seconds. Then you just do something else. (Allow) Live your life doing what is easy and obvious.
But I don’t begrudge the terms really. I mean you have to call it something, right? And it is important to have a lexicon.
While I appreciate the term conscious creator, I’ve been looking for another term. After reading your comment, it occurred to me that maybe no term is needed at all. That would certainly simplify things.
Thanks for taking the time to respond,
I agree. Once you get that you are the one that cretes your experience, it doesn’t matte what you call it.
I agree. You might as well call LOA “energetic gravity,” not only because gravity is an “attraction” force, but also because it’s quite simply a consequence of mass, rather than an algorithm one must “get right” — something you have to DO — in order to experience it. I don’t think LOA was supposed to be instructions so much as a simple statement of how existence functions. And my own personal learning curve has been that if you’re leveraging it “in order” to get something, you’re not really leveraging it at all, in a subtle but crucial way. The perceptual shift — which can’t NOT shift your material experience, true — MUST be an end in itself.
Still, the terms do help us all talk to one another, which is nothing to be sneezed at. 🙂
Yes, thanks to Ester for the lexicon.
Chip, You have hit the nail on the head for me with all the jargon and making a decisions to be/have…