The Theory of Creativity was developed by Stella Baker in November 2009. It was originally developed over a number of years as a theory of modern drama but became the theory of creativity when Stella Baker discovered that drama was related to increased perception of consciousness or a desire for increased perception of consciousness and thus it became the Theory of Creativity.
There are two parts to the theory of Creativity. The first part is the Energy Spectrum and then there's the Theory of Creativity itself. Here you have a brief overview of the entire theory.
The Energy Spectrum
Energy exists on a spectrum between zero point energy and consciousness on the one hand and black holes and radiation on the other. This spectrum is one half of a cycle because energy is either a wave or a particle.
The Theory of Creativity
The Theory of Creativity gives us the three core principles of existence which are as follows
- Individuality - everything created is unique and individual and is never replicated or reproduced.
- Binarity - to facilitate interaction because everything is relative to everything else.
- Cyclicity - because all change and creativity is cyclical in nature relative to the Energy Spectrum
Development of consciousness
This is the common objective of the universe, evolution and life.
What motivates human evolution?
Human evolution is motivated by a desire for Selfhood in the individual through creative personal self-expression and connection to others through life experience, which promotes cultural development and cultural awareness, which in turn promotes social progress and it is this process of enlightenment which motivates human evolution.