The more in contact we are with our depths, the more creative we will tend to be… Creativity creates the illusion of a self-contained creator, a somebody doing it, but in fact it births and delivers itself, if we will but give our permission. At essence, creativity bypasses egoity, though egoity may claim credit for creativity’s products. In the throes of pure creativity, we primarily exist as an intimate witnessing of–and space for–what is unfolding. We are then not the creator, but are simply present for–and also as–the creative process. Robert Augustus Masters

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