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Imagine That!

admin July 23, 2014 Blog 2 Comments
Imagine That!

Your imagination is not a place of make believe, it is a place of creation! The imagination is a doorway to the new realities that will emerge once you let go of the idea that what you perceive as the physical daily life is all there is; is all it is.

The first step is to begin to imagine that you hold all the answers to all the questions that you may have about anything! Be it your higher self, your life’s purpose, your past/future lives, or other much broader concepts… You simply know. It might seem hard at first, but by entertaining this concept via your imagination, you will be going deeper into the realm of source, discovering hidden details about your own unique journey. In this state of awareness, time (linear time: past, present, & future) and space reclaim their original abstract symbology. Reconnect to the feeling of playfulness and curiosity, something many lose after childhood is over and done with.

Using your imagination will help you to expand past your comfort zone. When you practice something before actually experiencing it, the process/transition of living it, becomes much more quickly and smooth. Think about it, what would be required of your inner ‘wiring’, for you to begin to believe that you know; to believe that you hold all the answers? What doors within your unconscious will have to reveal themselves to you, wide open, in order for you to enter into this knowingness? These are the wheels that will be set into motion.

In this way the imagination serves as a portal. A portal to where? Well, that is entirely up to you my friend! By reclaiming the wheel, you will become the leader of your life and steer into the unknowns waters of your dreaming mind. IMAGINE THAT!

 

 

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  1. Dmitry July 24, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    Imagination is the key to growth!

    • admin July 29, 2014 at 6:40 pm

      Yes it is! A portal into consciousness expansion.

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