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Leaving our Mark on the World

I like to believe that creativity is our most valuable quality. Creativity is the way we leave our mark on the world. It is the manner in which we work with what's around us to create something new, or at the very least, a new interpretation!

Random question for you... Can you tell me lots about your grandfather's grandfather?

The reason I ask is, we tend to place most significance on our own life, our own pleasures, and providing for the people we hold close, but less often do we think about what we will leave behind trans-generationally. In other words, what we will leave behind to go on and stand the test of time.

The mediums through which we express our power of creation are vast. They go well beyond the physical and they even go well beyond our basic understanding of the arts (e.g. fine arts, music, drama, dance, sculpture & architecture).

At the root, creativity is a new way of seeing things. It's a matter of extending horizons of awareness and consciousness.

The most beautiful part of all is that we we're all born with the miraculous gift of being different and seeing the world differently. The sad part is that we've been bought into a narrative that sees this beauty as a weed that must be exterminated. The tendency is to be railed onto one common track of thinking.

When we think creatively, we open ourselves to new possibilities and perspectives. We begin to see the world in a different light, and ideas that may have seemed impossible or far-fetched suddenly become plausible.


This shift in mindset can be incredibly empowering, as it allows us to approach problems and challenges with fresh energy and enthusiasm.

Whether we're creating art, solving a complex equation, or simply trying to navigate our daily lives, tapping into our creativity can help us break down barriers and find innovative solutions. We develop ways of thinking that differ from the thinking from which such problems arose.

"When we think creatively, we open ourselves up to new possibilities and perspectives." - Dr. Kyle Ryley

So the next time you're feeling stuck or uninspired, try looking at the situation from a new angle. You might be surprised at what you discover!

PS. Take this is a reminder to take time regularly to rekindle this connection with your creative spirit. In many ways, it's as simple as becoming a kid again and seeing the world with new, wide open eyes!

Dr. Kyle Ryley Acu., TCMD

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