Occasionally, on days when there is no reason to rush out of bed, I have conversations with Eloheim. I document these messages by texting them to a friend who types them up.

These “Morning Messages” are delivered in short bursts whose coherence always surprises me when I read them strung together.

I started sharing them with a small group and they became very popular very quickly. I’ve decided to share them here as well.

Morning Message #2014-07 March 6, 2014

“I don’t know” – It’s an odd statement.

Your society prizes knowledge and you having an answer, no matter what the topic, is almost expected. If you don’t have an answer, you can Google it. All that information at your fingertips.

Yet, as beautiful as knowledge is, it’s not always meaning.

It alone is often not enough to spark a connection to an aha. To take an idea to a new place or offer a breakthrough in understanding.

That most often comes when you allow an opening to “I don’t know.” I don’t know isn’t defeat. It’s a starting point. It slays preconceived notions. I don’t know removes the burden of being “right, right now.” It gives you a chance to check in with your body, your feelings, your insight, YOU.

If you struggle to comfortably say I don’t know, add “yet” to the end of it. “I don’t know yet” or “I don’t know now.”

Give yourself permission to abide in the uncertainty of not knowing for that is where creativity springs forth.

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