Use Imagination To Reach Your Goals
Hold on to your hat, you are about to take an incredible ride!! If used properly,
imagination is one of the greatest tools that you can use. In your imagination,
anything is possible and there is absolutely nothing that cannot be imagined. The
fantasy book authors, who have spent hours in fantasy places, creating every detail
and every aspect, have imagined some of the greatest and wildest places in fiction.
All kinds of characters, people, and creatures have been created to inhabit these
fictional places. Whole kingdoms and whole planets have been invented for you to
explore. Movies, plays, books, television shows, media events, stage shows, theme
parks, dvds, audio cassettes, board games, electronic games, puzzles, toys, and
sometimes a combination of several of these have all been vividly imagined and created
in every detail. When you enter into these kingdoms through the authorâ€™s guidance,
you also explore them through your imagination, so that no two experiences are exactly
You can use your imagination for great adventures, great encounters, fantastic stories,
love stories, poetry, building a special house or special property, designing or
inventing something that has never been done before, or making something that already
exists even better.
From the tiniest piece of intricate machinery, to the most colossal awesome machine,
it was first imagined in someoneâ€™s mind. She or he believed in that vision enough
to figure out how to make it a reality and then she or he worked diligently until
her or his imagination was taking place in the earthly realm.
Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, and electricity. Alexander Graham Bell invented
the telephone. Charles Drew found a way to preserve and store blood, and he created
the worldâ€™s first blood bank. Frederick McKinley Jones invented a way to add sound
to movies, which revolutionized the movie industry; he also created cooling units
for trucks and trains to keep food cool in transportation. All through their own
imagination and work that went on before them.
They imagined something in their minds first and they worked diligently to bring
that imagination into the physical realm. They were not deterred because it didnâ€™t
work the first or second or even third time; the whole process, or the end product,
was pictured very clearly in their minds. Harry Potter was a character invented
and nurtured in one womanâ€™s mind, now she has written several books about him and
there have been several movies created about that one character and all his adventures.
Imagination lets you fly above the trees and soar out over the water. It allows
you to go further than is possible or ever dreamed of before. You can talk with
kings and queens, you can go into the past or the future, you can speak in foreign
languages, or you can invent a language. You can create brand new colors, you can
go to another planet, or down under the water. Your imagination can be bright, big,
dark or foreboding. Where there is light there is dark, where there is up there
is down, male and female, good and evil. Everything has a dimension and substance
in your imagination.
Try it yourself and see where it takes you. Allow yourself a rich and active imagination.
But donâ€™t get stuck in the fearsome side of your imagination; if you created it
in your mind you can un-create it too, and you can create good and positive protectors
in your mind to take care of you. You can create a new picture in your mind to replace
a piece of imagination that may have scared you. You can change the focus and change
the outcome all with a thought. You donâ€™t have to settle for the same thing in your
mind all the time; you can change your thoughts at any time. You can create the
life that you imagine, right now, with your thoughts and actions. Every new thought
can progress you towards your dreams.
The world is wide open for you. Just imagine what you can do, where you can go,
who you can meet, and then enjoy the journey.
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