(Sometimes a post is so spot-on appropriate, I only have to share it so that others can also absorb the higher energy from it.)
“There is a Universal Creative Force connecting all beings and things, a source of love and wisdom that can be drawn from (and revealed through the creation of works of art).
[Indigenous cultures teach that] ‘spiritual healing’ begins with respect for the Great Spirit—the life and love that can be found in all of nature’s creations. Each element of creation has its own will, its own way, and its own purpose. These ways need to be respected, not exploited, by human beings.
I have learned that all knowledge is available to us. We don’t have to create it; we have only to access it. Simply ask in the right way—not with pride in your accomplishment, but with an open heart. Don’t think about yourself at all, nor about your ability or lack of it. Concentrate, rather, on attuning yourself to Infinite Consciousness and ask for guidance in what you want to do.
We are all surrounded by an ocean of abundance: knowledge, wisdom, ability, opportunities, material plenty. What a pity it is that people close themselves off from that spiritual environment. Keeping their gaze fixed on the ground, they trudge through a life burdened with worries, fears, and self-doubts.
To effect large-scale changes in our lives and in the world, we need to hold large-scale visions in our minds and consciously pour our energy into them.
As the Hindu sages who fashioned the Akashic concept realized, there are aspects of the human mind that are unlimited in space, therefore omnipresent, and that are also boundless in time, therefore eternal and immortal. Omnipresence and eternality are qualities that have always been attributed to the Divine—thus the Hindu aphorism ‘Thou art that,’ which affirms that we share qualities with the Absolute, however named.”
“Cosmos -Return to Oneness-” – Ervin Laszlo
Shvetashvatara Upanishad – Advaita Vedānta https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1xw8LxopiM