As a creator, your imagination has endless potential, and you can achieve incredible things if you fully tap into it. Your ability to dream knows no limits, and you can make anything happen within the realm of your imagination.
In terms of psychological character structures, creators are often associated with the Schizoid structure, which is linked to the early phase of human life, from two months before birth to two to eight weeks after birth.
Main features of the Schizoid structure
You probably have a slender and delicate body, and most of your energy seems concentrated in your shoulders and head.
It might be challenging for you to feel connected to your body as a whole, making it tough to experience emotions fully.
When you're stressed, your hands and feet tend to become cold first.
Your body might not feel entirely balanced, which can disrupt the smooth flow of energy.
You have a highly imaginative mind. You often find yourself daydreaming and drifting into your own thoughts as a way to escape when things get uncomfortable.
You frequently focus on what you believe you should be feeling in specific situations rather than genuinely experiencing those emotions.
In relationships, you often feel a sense of insecurity, which leads you to adhere to your preconceived notions of what a relationship should be like, rather than fully immersing yourself in the actual experience of being in one.
You have a strong connection to spiritual energies or higher forces. It's like you're a conduit for these higher powers.
Naturally, you seek guidance and support from these higher realms rather than connecting with your peers. You can easily experience out-of-body or transcendental experiences.
The Creator in relationship
You feel comfortable when you're alone and don't mind not being in a romantic relationship.
However, when you are in a relationship, you tend to focus more on the idea of the person you're with rather than truly connecting with them as an individual. You do your best to contribute what you think is necessary to maintain a healthy relationship, but it's challenging for you to gauge what is genuinely needed accurately. Despite your usual loving nature as a partner, intimacy can be difficult for you.
You greatly appreciate hearing that you are welcome and loved, and it's not easy for you to sense this from non-verbal cues or energy. During arguments with your partner, you often find yourself getting emotionally overwhelmed, making it tough to stay grounded in those moments.
The Creator in life
You are the creator of your own life, and you are a master of just that. That also creates lots of opportunities to feel content and happy.
You probably experience quite some tension and fear in social gatherings. You are very sensitive to aggression, and when it appears, you will dissociate, retire and protect yourself. So social gatherings are often challenging for you, and you often tend to avoid them if possible.
'Breathing is feeling' is an expression often used in bodywork. This expression is most applicable to you as a creator. You often have shallow and fast breaths, which prevents you from really feeling what is going on in your body. This also causes you to float through the day, not really present to the details of your life.
You tend to pick up multiple tasks at once. Your energy is often that of a puppy. Whenever something new and interesting arises, you will follow that impulse. You are a creator and not a finisher, so most of your projects are unfinished.
What's crucial for you is finding a sense of stability, and that starts with your breath.
Here's a simple breathing exercise:
Inhale deeply for 5 seconds.
Hold your breath for 5 seconds.
Exhale slowly for 5 seconds.
Pause for 5 seconds before starting again.
Repeat this cycle 10 times.
To enhance your feeling of stability even more, try this:
Sit down with your back against a wall and lower yourself into a chair-like position until your legs start to feel uncomfortable. While doing this, pay attention to what's going on in your mind. Try to focus on the sensations in your legs instead of getting lost in your thoughts or feelings of detachment.