We’re told imagination is unproductive and a waste of time. We’re told there’s something wrong with doing it or wrong with us if we do it. But, what is imagination, really – or, at least, the way it starts out for us as children? It’s envisioning something we desire, with positive, even delicious, anticipation. Is it any wonder that, after being conditioned in a negative way about imagination as children, we feel out of practice, or resistant or even hesitate to trust it as adults? Yet, it’s so important because its role is MAJOR in the Law of Attraction manifestation process.

Abraham-Hicks said, “The Universe makes no distinction between the vibration you offer in response to what you are living and the vibration you offer in response to what you are imagining” it makes NO distinction. Law of Attraction doesn’t know if you’re experiencing something or imagining that you are; it only reads and acts on your inward responses to the movies you run in your mind as requests for more of what your energy vibration is. As above (your energy vibration), so below (the experience that matches your vibration).

Be serious about your imagination, but do not feel seriousness when you do it. When you deliberately imagine what you want, first, get into a state of appreciation about anything so that your energy vibration is a good one and not one of worry about fixing or changing something, which would match the vibration of lack. Then, either in your mind alone or on paper, create your desire as you might a scene in a movie, play, or novel. Allow yourself to have all the good feelings you can about this, as you would have when you were a child who had no resistance to this natural process.

Never Stop Dreaming…!!!!

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9 thoughts on “Daily Dose of Inspiration – Imagination > Desires

  1. You bet. Yes, I just did my book platform on that topic.

    On Sat, Dec 24, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Be Inspired..!! wrote:

    > empress2inspire posted: “We’re told imagination is unproductive and a > waste of time. We’re told there’s something wrong with doing it or wrong > with us if we do it. But, what is imagination, really – or, at least, the > way it starts out for us as children? It’s envisioning somethin” >

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