The source of inspiration is referred to as The Well, or The Reservoir, or The Womb or something similiar to the screenwriters, musicians, painters that I meet.
Keeping it short and sweet today. Meditate on this for a few minutes:
"It is like the eternal void;
filled with infinite possibilities.
[- Tao Te Ching]
We call the Tao "reality." We can also call it "mind." Mind is a natural resource that never comes to an end. When it no longer believes its thoughts, it has entered the dimension of the unlimited. It's like a bottomless well: you can draw from it, and it will always give you the water of life. Because it is completely open and sees that nothing is true, it is filled with more possibilities than we can ever imagine.
Lao-Tzu says, "I don't know who gave birth to it." I do. You give birth to it every time your own mind opens to what is beyond what you think you know. And when your mind opens, what is beyond knowing, what is older than "God," streams in as a gift. There is no end to that gift." - Bryon Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy
image Gustav Klimt's Danae. Symbolically, in myth, the highest Greek God Zeus came to Danaë in the form of a beam of sunlight, and impregnated her. So what are you birthing into form from divine possibility?