creativity  How often would having more creativity help you?  Spontaneous inspiration?  New ideas? A big light bulb sparking above your head in a “Eureka!” moment?

You don’t have to be a writer to know that creativity is an awesome “superpower” to possess. (Click that link to Tweet it)

I’ll bet you can think of many, many ways in which more creativity will help you too.

An Eternal Wellspring of Unbounded Creativity Already Exists…Inside You

Doing things the same old way brings the same old results.  You know this intuitively and through your own life experiences.  The same is even more true for thinking about things the same old way.

Lucky for you, you possess a wellspring of creativity, available to you right now.  This spring is eternal – it never runs dry. (Click that link to Tweet it)  And, best of all, this spring is inside you and costs you nothing to use to its fullest extent.

Both quantum physicists and neural scientists tell us about something called the pre-cognitive moment.  The pre-cognitive moment is the measurable, fraction-of-a-second between the time you place your awareness on the infinitely creative quantum field of unformed particles and the time your practiced neural network of habitual thought takes over.

Can You Really Avoid Continually Re-Creating the Same (Unwanted) Experiences?

You see, your practiced neural network of habitual thought is the blueprint your physical brain uses to create your expectations.  And, as a student of my books and this blog, you know that your expectations command the quantum field to form a concrete, material reality for you.

The pre-cognitive moment is a brief span of time when, literally, anything is possible.  Since the quantum field can become any material object for you, this moment represents pure access to the most unadulterated creativity possible or imaginable.  When you’re in the pre-cognitive moment you are the most powerful magician on this planet! (Click that link to Tweet it)

How to Make the Pre-Cognitive Moment Last Longer and Reap the Rewards

So how can you use this knowledge to have abundant creativity?  Simply spend more time in the pre-cognitive moment.  Expand the pre-cognitive moment for yourself.


  • Meditate for fifteen minutes each day – this “trains” your brain to calm down and give you more access
  • Still your mind as often as possible during your day – holding no thoughts
  • As often as possible, form no judgements and assign no values (tell no stories) to your life experiences

These techniques are powerful and they work, expanding your access to the pre-cognitive moment.  And the longer you are in pre-cognitive moment, the more possibilities are available to you. (Click that link to Tweet it)

Infinite possibilities exist.  Quantum physics tell us this.  Limitless creativity.  That is the essence of our universe.   And not in a metaphorical sense either; quantum physics tell us this is the true nature of the quantum field (which you are accessing in the pre-cognitive moment).

Tap into your birthright of incredible creativity today.

And stay tuned to this blog for more techniques to use new paradigms from quantum physics to align your life with your desires…