When I was a little girl walking home from school, I used to play a game with the Universe. No one else was around, just me and the Powers that Be, so I would use my imagination to decide what kind of car was going to come around the corner next.
Today is the last day of a much-needed vacation. After a year of full-on travel, I decided to give myself the gift of downtime. No airplanes. No emails. No phone calls or meetings. Just lots of rest, daydreaming, relaxation, movies, reading good books, sleeping late, laughter, and long, lazy visits with friends.
While walking down a crowded street in London many years ago, I noticed a window display devoted to the English poet William Blake. There was a quotation on a sign in the window that I read over and over. The words seemed to touch my soul, and I was prompted by an internal calling to write those words on the back of an envelope.
Can you imagine being able to switch on a light with your mind? Or adjust the volume on the TV by just thinking about it? Or even drive your car by imagining yourself driving? These things sound like they’re straight out of a Sci-Fi movie, but in reality we’re not actually that far from it.
Your brain cannot tell the difference between something that’s real and whether you are just imagining it. Neuroscientists at Harvard taught a simple 5-fingered combination of piano notes to a group of people – thumb, index finger, middle finger, ring finger, little finger – which they played over and over again for 2 hours a day. They did this for 5 consecutive days.
Our imagination is the catalyst for all the ideas, materials, items, technology and beyond created in this world. The imagination we possess is the beginning of the power of creation manifested. Once the desired object is ready to manifest, we search for the tools to bring our idea to life. The tools and resources have been created in advance to bring forth your idea, to bring life to your imagination. God knows what you need to manifest such creations