Here's a recent example:
"I want to know how God created the world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon. I want to know God's thoughts, the rest are details." That's what Albert Einstein said about creativity.
Twenty years ago, on the day before a major abdominal surgery, it dawned on me, that ANYTHING could happen. In other words, I faced the possibility of my own death. Somehow, by God's grace, I surrendered to it. What happened next is impossible to describe, but it was a most numinous moment that seemed to go beyond the boundary of the conscious mind. I knew that I am an integral part of the fabric of the universe. The idea that I am separate from anyone or anything is an illusion. It is the closest I've come to knowing God's thoughts. Though when I'm working with clients and they access their creative genius, within their super-conscious, that comes pretty close.