I create – I form, I make, I produce, I create, I build, I invent, I shape, I find, I establish, I discover
Creativity is a mental and social process of human activity that creates completely new, original material and spiritual values. It is connected to the generation of new ideas and concepts or new connections between existing ones. Creativity is a possible way to develop every single thing. Each person inherently is an artist, a free creator and an author. The self-consciousness of a person as a creative being, as an artist, is inherent, not a derivative self-consciousness. Creativity is one way of creating the world. People are originally given the possibility of creativity and creation is possible as a constant process. Those who start to create are rewarded with a sense of thoroughness, purposefulness and satisfaction.
Man has the same composition with the universe, he is a complete small universe. The Universe may be known by the one who is a universe himself/herself, who has the power to oppose the universe as equal thereto and as capable of incorporating it into itself. Creativity is the result of the revelation in man of the image of the artist, of God, of the divine power. Creativity creates another world, continues the act of creation. True creativity is theurgy, the divine act, establishing a creative world.
Creativity is inextricably linked to freedom, but to freedom that has purpose and content. In creativity, freedom is “for,” and not “from”. The content of freedom is love. The artist must be free in order to express himself/herself and to make new creations. Only the free man creates. Freedom of man is connected with the freedom of the world and is only realized in the liberation of the world. Only the free person knows freedom, only the creative person knows creativity.
Beauty is not only an objective in art but also an objective in life. The creative world assumes living in beauty because the artist expects from his creation as much beauty as goodness.
Once achieved, the creative world will be supra-moral. Creative morality is built on honor, masculinity, and caring for the creative ascent. There are two possible moral paths we face – obedience and creativity, the “arrangement” of the world and the “rising” of the world.
The creative revolution is basically a revolution of the spirit that leads to a political, social, economic and cultural revolution. People of the creative spirit are not revolutionaries in the socio-mechanical sense of the word. Their creative revolution is incomprehensibly more radical, indigenous, organic.
So far, creativity has often been born out of imperfection and flaw, the rebellion in the status quo was tolerated, which, /sadly/, is a sales approach. All achievements of art and culture are symbolic – they are not realistic. So far all the art works of “culture” have been only a sign and preparation for the true creation of another, new world – a world of creativity, a creative world. Today’s person-creator can no longer classically, i.e. according to the norms, create art, culture, science, economics or politics. Everywhere he/she wants to reach the limit, to cross beyond the borders, to create a new being – to elevate the failed mysticism of creativity.
We desire not the symbols of truth but the truth itself. Not the symbols of beauty, but beauty itself. Not the symbols of love, but love itself. Not the symbols of power, but power itself.
We, who believe in the power of man to create, establish a creative culture, creative education, creative economics, creative politics, creative state and a creative world.
- Definition of Creativity in Wikipedia;
- Bulgarian synonyms;
- The meaning of creativity, Nikolay Berdjaev;
- “2012” Manifesto of the “Old School” Circle for the Beginning of the New World;
- Concept of the Old School of Ritual Art.