There was no anxiety in the Garden of Eden

If you read the depiction of the Creation in Genesis, there is no sense of anxiety, uncertainty or doubt. The Creator went from Day 1 to Day 2 in a very measured and certain manner. As I stated in the book, it is all so well-organized that I believe he knew the end even before he started.

Now, consider this for your own life and your own creative process. You must not be anxious about anything. Take a step back or pause if you are unsure. And do not think you have to rush or be hasty to take any action. Anxiety is not part of the Create Your GOE process. If ever you find yourself in a situation and you feel yourself become anxious – usually because things are not going the way you like or at the pace you want – step back and pause.

Remember when we started. We conceived of the end, and developed a plan. We sought the help of the Creator in developing the plan to fulfill his purpose. We expect and believe that if we are going astray, he will guide us back on the right track. We continue to assess each step and each day to ensure what we do is consistent with his values and standards. We ensure each day is good.

So if we started with this momentum, let us not decline into anxiety and wondering how things will turn out, and what will happen in the future. We are creating our life based on the Creator’s pattern. We need to be certain that this process will give us the desired result. And we need to silence any doubts or anxiety as they arise.

Sometimes you need to remain silent

Sometimes when you’re creating your ideal life, the framework for your purpose to be expressed, or just following your dream, you need to remain silent and not share too much with others who may not understand what you are doing.

In the original Garden of Eden during the creation process, we see the three aspects of the Godhead; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. We do not see any other beings -heavenly creatures that we know (later of course) existed at the time.

God, the creator shared the vision with his co-partners (to use a term that is imperfect). This is quite clear when he said “Let us” when he began to create his masterpiece, the human.

While he may have spoken and the results of his declared word and his actions became visible to all, we do not see conversation, discussion, explanation or negotiation with others.

While you do have to enlist support, be certain that those to whom you turn for advice or even just for a listening ear understand the importance of following the godly principles and the pattern created by the Creator.

Others may seek to discourage or distract. Remain focused on creating your Garden of Eden and, if necessary, remain silent.

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