Creativity is the driving force behind progress and innovation. Creativity is defined as the innate ability to create work that is both original and useful. It is necessary and relevant for problem solving. Every day, you face problems, and creativity enables you to effectively solve them. Every cool scientific discovery or technological breakthrough you read about serves the purpose of resolving a problem. It is not possible to solve a problem without obtaining a better, higher perspective on the matter. As Albert Einstein said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Creativity requires that you operate from a higher state of consciousness.
Matthew 4:17 says, “From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” The word often misleadingly translated as “repent” is metanoiete. This Greek term is based upon two words, meta (beyond) and nous (mind or spirit). So, in its most basic form, it means something like “go beyond the mind that you have.” Today, we tend to think of repentance in religious or moral terms. Like a call to stop sinning. Yes, you must stop sinning, but it is also a call to a higher level of consciousness.
You cannot solve the problems of your world by thinking at the same frequency of your world. You have to tap into something higher than your world. To tap into the full potential of our creative abilities, we must evolve our consciousness. Jesus calls upon you in Matthew 4:17. He wants you to change your way of thinking, and your frame of mind. Your perception and understanding will evolve. Only then can you uncover the hidden possibilities and unlock the true power of creativity. When you allow the life of God to take hold of your heart. Your life will emit the light of heaven (John 1:1-5).