A simple example of an axis mundi is a wire with a magnetic field. The energy or the current pulses through the wire and creates a field that radiates outward into the world. The strength of the current dictates the strength of the field that it creates.
The axis mundi is represented in the smallest elements, like particles, to some of the largest in the universe, like black holes and Earth.
The strength of their axis mundi, of their internal and external connections, determines the strength of their creative output.