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Creative Living Perspective comes from today’s Skilled Empath Merge with Einstein

Creative Living — isn’t that the purpose of your “creativity”? Fortunately, each of us is loaded with creativity. Life demands it of us. Along with the rest that we need for quality of life, we pursue creative living through:

  1. A creative originality. Basically, needed for solving problems.
  2. Creative expressiveness. Needed so that your individual spark can light up life for yourself and others.
  3. An inner creative intelligence. Most noteworthy, using your brain to shape the creativity
  4. Honesty, ethicsand responsibility driving the creativity. Otherwise, why bother to bring something new into this world?
  5. Caring about others. Why human creativity requires hands and feet, stomach, and all else… Needed because mere cleverness is a dead end. Seems like caring gives direction to creative living.
  6. Passionate creativity. Because, have you noticed? You’re more creative when it matters that you DELIVER.

Blog-Buddies, which of these six versions of creative living do you relate to most?

Or does some other aspect of creative living stand out for you these days? Do tell!

Creative Living Emerges as a Theme in Exploring Creativity

Second Prize to our Creativity Contest goes to creatively named “ANONYMOUS ANTEATER.” Highlighting his or her lovely entry about Albert Einstein in Comments 82-94.

The photo selected for Skilled Empath Merge was taken in 1915. You realize, that’s a bit more than 100 years ago! Einstein is the guy on the right.

If you’re not sure yet what it means when I do Skilled Empath Merge, please take a look at another blog post in this series, where I awarded Third Prize for this Creativity Contest. Yeah, CHLOE! And now…

Creative Living Perspective on Albert Einstein’s

Root Chakra Databank for Connection to Physical Reality

This chakra databank impacts creativity… why? Because we’re mortal. Creatively we humans express through physical reality.

Symbolic Size: 28 feet. Normal range.

Quality: Life is made out of equations. One chunk of causation nested inside of another, inside of another.

Swappable intelligence. Yet with default ways of being that can open up to exploration.

Rose Rosetree, the empath, is impressed. Even awed. For Albert Einstein, hey, that’s life.

Creative Living Perspective on Albert Einstein’s

Belly Chakra Databank for Flow of Creativity

This chakra databank impacts creativity… why? Because creative speech and action require energy. How will that energy flow for Einstein?

Symbolic Size: 40 feet.

Quality: Free flow of creativity. Akin to big ocean waves, perfect for surfing.

  • No! Right now, Einstein’s creativity loves saying, “No, you’re wrong.”
  • Why not? Unlike human life, Einstein’s thought experiments can be whatever he likes.
  • And lead him wherever he likes. What do I want? I’ll know it when I find it.

Creative Living Perspective on Albert Einstein’s

Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity

This chakra databank impacts creativity… why? Because those who speak the truth enjoy the purest results from their creativity. By contrast, lack of verbal integrity distorts creativity.

Symbolic Size: 84 feet, including a hiccup.

Quality: Einstein’s inclination is not to give a hoot about verbal integrity. By the time of this photo, he’s pretty fed up with authority figures and the rules they enforce.

Hence, the hiccup I noticed right at the start.

But Einstein has gotten over that rebellious phase. Instead of boring truth-telling, he’s discovered something rather magical.

When he enters the area of mathematical theory, and especially theoretical physics, what is truth then? Everything!

Picture a chalkboard covered with scribbled equations. Quite frenzy of inspiration! That’s what it means, by now, for Albert Einstein to speak up with integrity.

Creative Living Perspective on Albert Einstein’s

Right Palm Chakra Databank for Coordination Between Thought and Action

This chakra databank impacts creativity… why? Since there’s many a slip ‘twixt the cup and the lip. And you can’t prevent that slip just by holding tight to a violin. 😉

(Brainy Einstein played the fiddle. In contrast to genius detective Sherlock Holmes, who also played the fiddle. Sadly, believe it or not, Holmes was not real. Einstein, however, was! But you knew that. )

Symbolic Size: 90 miles. Overfunctioning, yet he needs every bit of that.

Quality: Einstein’s thoughts aren’t constrained by physical reality here on Planet Earth. Such as a term you may know from “The New Strong“: Human Vibrational Frequencies.

By contrast, Einstein’s ideas don’t come from Human Vibrational Frequencies. More like from very high Astral Vibrational Frequencies. Or even The Divine Vibrational Frequency. Depending on what he’s working on.

Regardless, to make e’s theoretical bursts of thought effective in the world, what’s needed. A mighty coordination, indeed! Intellectual and spiritual power strong enough to help E move up and down, vibrationally. Seems like he does a form of juggling.

Picture it like this:

  1. Tossing up one emerald-colored ball about Human Vibrational Frequencies.
  2. Catching a fizzy, chartreuse-colored ball that falls down from very high Astral Vibrational Frequencies.
  3. Throwing more and more balls in the air. Catching others. Until that array of spinning balls flows with the blur of motion.

Are there Olympics for that kind of coordination? Maybe. Perhaps in the form of companies that we have today like Tesla, Inc., Microsoft, Apple, and other innovative companies that, so far, fly under mainstream frequencies for radar.

Creative Living Perspective on Albert Einstein’s

High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

This chakra databank impacts creativity… why? Because living in a way that honors your soul makes it easier for you. Easier to do anything you wish. Including creative speech and actions.

Symbolic Size: 85 feet. Over-functioning a bit.

Quality: Granted, I don’t know the man with whom Einstein is posing. Or the occasion. Yet I suspect this is related to recognition for the physicist’s work.

Because the joy in this chakra databank reminds me of Klezmer music. (In case you’re not familiar with it, here’s a link.) (Also, here a pretty unusual Klezmer YouTube, featuring an A-List violinist.)

It’s a proudly mocking form of music, part triumph and part “Shame on you — whoever you are — because I’m going to live my way anyway.”  Such a Jewish version of the Blues!

Qualities in this chakra databank suggest something highly unusual about Einstein’s reality. He comes to live in two worlds, alternating in patterns beyond his control

  • At the time of this photo, Einstein sometimes lives in a world where his work is recognized. Beyond that, he can foresee a future premised upon the recognition of his world. And to say that thrills his soul is to put things mildly.
  • Other times in his life, Einstein lives in a world where truth doesn’t matter. Not much. Not to most people. What matters to him about such a world, devoid of soul thrill? Not the lack of personal recognition, or even fame. But the sheer, unnecessary stupidity.
  • Hence the Klezmer quality in the background, even during a photograph taken during a moment of triumph.

In Conclusion

Einstein has learned how to catch his creative ideas. How to keep stuffing the back into reality. How to make a difference.

We can’t all be Einsteins. Only one mortal has been given that form of creative living.

Yet each of us can play beautiful music in life. Neither requiring physics smarts or the ability to properly tune the G string on a violin. Living in such a way that we find our own joy, helping others, we can contribute to creative living.

We can. Might I add? Living now, we must.

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  1. 1
    Anonymous Anteater says:

    Thanks Rose! What a fascinating person!

    Love your description of his coordination between thought and action about how he brought his ideas into the world. No wonder he was so successful!

  2. 2
    Anonymous Anteater says:

    Makes me wonder if he would have been as successful a theorist/physicist if he had been living now vs. when he was alive before the Age of Awakening.

    If he was living now he obviously would have a much easier time accessing those higher vibrational frequencies to formulate his ideas but I wonder if 20 min technique time per day would have given him enough time to figure out those ideas and carry a thought experiment through to the end….

  3. 3
    Anonymous Anteater says:

    Or perhaps he would have set himself up a bit differently for his incarnation and taken a different approach to his theorizing if he was incarnating today vs. back when he was alive, so 20 min of technique time wouldn’t be a limiting factor.

  4. 4
    Rose Rosetree says:

    ANONYMOUS ANTEATER,you’re so welcome.

    I, in turn, am thrilled with your comments on winning this Contest Prize.

    You’ve given a perspective informed by your reading of “The New Strong.” A perspective deepened by your attendance, nearly a year ago,of the New Strong Workshop (first time offered).

    So you’re thinking automatically about how creativity can flow differently now, in this Age of Awakening.

  5. 5
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Only one thing. Could it be? You’re still learning one of the practical points about living The New Strong.

    (As are most Blog-Buddies.) So, again, I’m just thrilled about the perspective you’ve brought here.

  6. 6
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Consider this, ANONYMOUS ANTEATER.

    What if Einstein DID live now, in The Age of Awakening? What if he were well adapted to 20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, Tops. Which is, incidentally,just part of living The New Strong.

    Witness the Rules & Tools for living in the Age of Awakening, which you’ll find aplenty when reading — or re-reading — “The New Strong.” For a small reminder, here’s a link to the Table of Contents for “The New Strong,”

  7. 7
    Rose Rosetree says:

    As we move forward in the Age of Awakening, you’ll be learning more about one of the leading-edge skill sets in Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES).

    It’s called Consciousness Resource Consulting. And I guess it deserves a blog post in its own right.

  8. 8
    Zofia says:

    That sounds awesome.

  9. 9
    Valerie says:

    This is so beautiful Rose! And very informative. It leads me to think more about how I can bring more creative living into my life.

  10. 10
    Zofia says:

    Here’s a thing. I’ve basically only studied maths and physics and computer science since I was 16. In the UK, you can specialize early…

  11. 11
    Gillian says:

    Another interesting skilled empath merge, Rose – with a fascinating subject!

    I also have to comment that anyone who chooses a blog name like “Anonymous Anteater” is self-evidently a creative innovator! I love it 🙂

  12. 12
    Zofia says:

    Now, people like me (though I don’t class myself as being really “up there”) can often come across as hyper rational and analytical, and not traditionally spiritual.

  13. 13
    Zofia says:

    But, but… I’ve seen many folk and myself really struggling to keep their feet on the ground. Which can lead to externally controlling behaviours…

    (Again Rose confirmed that some family members spend a lot of time in bits of the astral, maybe without realising it…)

  14. 14
    Zofia says:

    Anyways, the fact that Einstein could be so productive with his talent says a lot. 🙂

    Especially given the context of my life. (Again not necessarily me, I think of my Dad, for example.) Lol. Oh man.

  15. 15
    Liane says:

    Being used to seeing the images of Albert Einstein with all that crazy-wonderful white hair, it was refreshing to see him as a younger man. What incredible creativity he possessed!

    Thinking of him in that way changes the how I think of him in every way.

    He was a man, he had a life, oh, he was a genius who had a great time with his gifts, and he had fun. This non-mathmatical person can appreciate and relate to him a whole lot more now.

  16. 16
    Dana W. says:

    Thank you for sharing this skilled empath merge!

    Funny I never thought about him co-creating his ideas but then I haven’t known about positioning of consciousness for very long.

  17. 17
    Dana W. says:

    Love your conclusion, especially: “Living in such a way that we find our own joy, helping others, we can contribute to creative living.”

  18. 18

    Thanks for this one. Made me smile.

  19. 19
    Zofia says:

    A key point you make is this:

    “Passionate creativity. Because, have you noticed? You’re more creative when it matters that you DELIVER.”

    This seems to be the way to stay sane while doing technical work.

  20. 20
    Julie says:

    Interesting to learn about this iconic person. I like the visual of Einstein catching his ideas and stuffing them back into reality.

    I can relate to the need to catch at least some of the ideas, and make them real.

  21. 21
    Zofia says:

    Totally. Like dancing with shadows. Which is the cool concept of this music video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGCsyshUU-A

  22. 22
    An Avid Reader says:

    This is so very interesting, Rose! Thank you for doing this reading!

  23. 23
    David B says:

    Thanks, Rose. I read that Einstein had visions, then worked to turn those into math. To bring that down into formulae.

    E=mc2 was revolutionary in his day. As evidenced by the state of energetic literacy in the world, we still have much to learn about it. 🙂

  24. 24
    David B says:

    Speaking of empaths, the latest Guardians movie has a new character “Mantis” who’s an “empath.” She experiences anothers feelings when she touches them and has short antenna that are related.

    A comic book understanding but certainly in popular culture now… 🙂

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