What I know about creating flow is built around emptiness, stillness and silence, and requires us to have no attachment to any outcome, which implies no opinions, no expectations, no restrictions, no demands, and being like a cork on the water-- or like the water itself, which has no association with liking or not liking anything it comes across, but folds everything into its path in an "Okay, now what?" kind of way, with the emphasis on the "Okay" part. Which means we cannot use flow to get what we want. Which means we don't want anything. We are just along for the ride, enjoying the experience, having the time of our life, no matter what. The heart of flow requires us to be aware of what's happening and what is called for in each situation as it arises, and how we can help with that using the gifts of our essential/original nature and the innate virtues/characteristics/aptitudes/traits that came packed in our DNA to do what needs to be done. We are always working on what is needed here/now, focused on doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time, in the right place, and the end result--the outcome-- plays no part in what we are doing to meet the need of the moment. In the flow, there is no end result, there is only flowing, on and on forever. This is it. Flow is all there is. We do not use it to get something. We are it all the way. Experiencing the experience of flow is the very essence of life. Long-leaf pines know it. Hippopotamuses know it. Sage hens know it. All sentient beings know it when they are being alive to-- and at one with-- the time and place of their living. There is nothing to get, or have, or own that is better than being alive to the here/now in each situation as it arises. If you comprehend that, you are as enlightened as you need to be. Be the cork at one with the water. Or, the water at one with the cork. Nothing to add. Nothing to take away. Just being here/now all the time. Water does it. It's what Tiggers do best.