creating or utilizing a deity is really not much different than just tuning into a youtuber and emulating them
you can generate a mood, figure, maybe even a scene of deity that will help you "channel" the specific energy you're creating. its like making a god out of a song, basically. its all mood heavy
you can also envision a figure who is the "most" at something, like a particular skill
i've attempted to work with this stuff and im still creating ways to incorporate, but quite honestly, i think in a lot of ways it just cucks you.
its like wanting to learn to run really fast then watching movie clips of the flash or whatever. it just makes you feel even more mortal.
i do think we can excel human limitations in a big way, but these deities are often an "end result" rather than a "process"
so i try to work with demi god ideas.
i might also work with something godly, but the godly idea is always something surreal. like it has some cinematic feeling to it. beyond the mundane realm.
a demi god is like an in between you and a god. so you can work with the "process".
since this demi god figure is still ascending itself, you can envision how it would act out its process, and you can emulate and validate that process.
when you try to work with a full god its just already at the destination. like i said, good for intense mood generation, but its not great for an actual applicable developmental process
the demi-god figure you can view a lot like tyler durden.
say i want to get good at running. its all i focus on. if im not doing it, i meditate on it.
when i go for a walk i think about slapping something out of a cops hand and running fast as he chases. i envision sprinting across the street before a car comes.
things like this. i am either fully using my imagination here, while meditating or laying in bed or something, or i am actually cartographing these images onto my reality.
or, i am actually doing them
and while im doing the act, i validate it