Manifestation follows inspiration. Inspiration is the point from which we set our intentions. Without intention our manifestations are haphazard and unfocused.
At some point in our lives we find ourselves devoid of inspiration. We become jaded, unmoved, apathetic or indifferent to our current situation. There is a lack of the inspirational fire that incites us to take action, or even to set an intention. We do not know what we want for ourselves, so we have not set out to manifest anything with any deliberate intention.
Contrary to what we believe, we do not need to wait for inspiration to alight upon us. We can take action without any specific inspiration to propel us forward. The simplest thing we can do to pull us out of our entropy is to experience something new, something untried. It doesn’t really matter whether or not it is something we have been wanting to do or we’ve been wanting to try someday. It could be something that we have never considered whatsoever.
The design of experiencing the untried is to reawaken the nervous energy that comes with anything novel. New neural pathways become mapped through the static mind and the heart pumps previously dormant dopamines and endorphins from our endocrine system, generated by the exhilaration of a new event.
When we find ourselves experiencing something new, no matter how we find the experience, it is the novelty that creates bridges across the chasm of jadedness that leads us to discover new inspirations. New experiences awaken the senses to unveil our true desires that had remained hidden beneath our ennui. So we can actually create inspiration where there was previously none by experiencing something we’ve never experienced before. It simply needs to be something new.