imagination

 

 

Did you know that you have a magic power? Imagination is the most powerful tool that you have in your toolkit when it comes to getting the life that you want. Your imagination is a powerful part of your consciousness. It allows you to transform your life in ways that you could never imagine. If you are feeling down, then you could imagine sitting in a lush, grassy field in the middle of spring with the warm wind brushing your skin and the sun shining down on your face. This could be just the thing that you need to lighten your mood. You can imagine anything that you want, and in your mind, you can make it real.

This is key to putting your positive thoughts into action toward manifesting the life that you want.

 

So how can your imagination help you to manifest the life that you want? Your imagination can help you to create new products, start a business, think up strategies, and most of all, create the goals and desires that you want to have fulfilled to have the life that you want. Of course, the best thing about your imagination is that once you have imagined something, it becomes a part of your memory. The combination of your memory and your imagination can be wondrous. Together, these two parts of your consciousness can work to create a virtual world that has no rules, no boundaries, and no restrictions.

Once you have granted yourself full access to this world, you can start to build your new life there, and then move the things that you want to the real world as you go through the steps needed to make them happen.

 

You can also use your imagination to help you remember the things that you normally would not be able to remember. There is something magical about imagining something that helps to ingrain it into your memory in an indelible way. Let’s take a moment to look at an example. For now, just read what is here. We will work with it more in a bit:

 

There is a red bell pepper. On the left side of the red bell pepper is a green apple, and on the right side of the red bell pepper is a white egg. Next to the white egg is a yellow lemon, and next to the green apple is an orange tangerine. On the left side of the orange tangerine is a dark green avocado, and on the right side of the yellow lemon is a pink peach.

 

Now repeat what you just read without looking at it . . .

 

Without using imagination, it might be difficult for you to remember what it is that you just read. This time we are going to use the power of imagination to help you absorb the information. This time, as we look at the information, imagine that you are looking at the kitchen table and interacting with the food items laying on top of it.

 

There is a red bell pepper. On the left side of the red bell pepper is a green apple, and on the right side of the red bell pepper is a white egg. Next to the white egg is a yellow lemon, and next to the green apple is an orange tangerine. On the left side of the orange tangerine is a dark green avocado, and on the right side of the yellow lemon is a pink peach.

 

Okay, now close your eyes and recall the picture of the food items on the kitchen table.

 

Without reading the instructions again, you will probably remember every item color and position. By using your imagination, you have expanded your brain capacity in terms of how your brain stores information.

 

One of the important things that you need to understand is how your brain works. There are two hemispheres of your brain. One side of your brain is responsible for logic, and the other side for creative endeavors. When you only use one side of your brain, you only have the ability to cogitate part of the information. When you use both sides, you have more ability to process and store information in a way that makes the most effective use of your individual mental capabilities and structure. When you use both sides, information is automatically stored in LONG TERM memory. Once that happens, you are able to access it clearly any time that you want, and it will never fade. This is your own private hard drive, and you can put whatever you want onto it and keep it for the rest of your life.

 

Normally, the only way to ingrain a thought into long-term memory is by repetition or by an intense emotional connection. When you use logic and creativity, however, you bypass these standard processes, and the information is stored quickly and effectively the first time.

 

To summarize this, there are only three methods to store information in your long-term memory:

 

  1. Repetition
  2. Intensity
  3. Using both sides of the brain simultaneously

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