I encourage you to be part of the creative process going on all around your in nature. It feels great to develop dormant qualities. You need not create a great work of art – your daily life presents opportunities continuously.
Activity you are engaged in may be either routine, or undertaken in a creative sense. Daily routines as dressing, polishing one’s teeth, preparing one’s food, if undertaken in thoughtfulness and devotion may take on quite different aspects.
Office work may be boring, but possibly with hidden opportunities. And if not, why not make a change so that it does not hamper your growth?
Work with matter, one’s own nature, contact with one’s fellowman, all may be done off-hand without giving it a thought, or in full awareness of what is happening.
Unfortunately human nature tends to inertia. That should be recognized, but not disciplined. There should be spontaneity left. One’s nature should not be drilled, but rather coaxed into cooperativeness.
Important is that you remember how great you felt in times of creativity. Make a mental note of such moments to give you faith and activate you at times that you have lost inspiration.