When we talk about divine inspiration, we often mean it in a spiritual sense. I mean, the word divine means “of or from God.” We talk about huge concepts or grand ideas being divine inspiration. What many of us fail to realize is that ALL inspiration is divine. You don’t have to call it God, you can call it source or the universe, or the powers that be. But the same inspiration we feel to be creative or use in problem-solving comes from the same place as the inspiration we feel to grow spiritually. It isn’t just all connected; it’s all the same!
If you’ve read my bio, you know that I’ve been sensitive since I was a child, and my spiritual path has dipped and soared and loopedy-looped over the past 25 years. I’ve worked with angels, fairies, spirit guides, and ancestors. I’ve struggled with negative attachments and lived with ghosts. While I still do spiritual work every day, including doing readings for clients, I’m also being guided to channel inspiration into creative projects. Namely, writing. For the past couple of years, I’ve been receiving messages like the ones below:
These are from Doreen Virtue’s Archangel Gabriel oracle cards. Any time I would use these cards over the past couple of years, I would draw some combination of the above cards. (Not all six at once, but at least two or three at a time.) But I struggled with HOW I would act on that message. After two or so years, I finally settled on writing romance. I’ve been an avid romance reader since my tweens, and it finally felt like the right time to dive in. So, in addition to being a psychic medium and spiritual life coach, I also write romance novels. Some are romantic comedies and some are dark and twisted, but either way, I’m writing the stories that I feel INSPIRED to tell.
So, what are you passionate about? What do you feel inspired to do? Are you indulging that need for creative expression? How has inspiration altered your current path or enriched it?