The case for imagination in health, wealth, & everything else

“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” 
~ attributed to Albert Einstein

I heard Dr. Wayne Dyer talk about imagination in a PBS special recently. It was so gratifying to hear the confirmation of another well-respected adult on the limitless use of  imagination as a key component in manifesting our dreams & desires. I still employ my wild, imaginative nature as one of the greatest joys of my life & I highly recommend it as a practice for you, too.

“Anima” watercolor – KBCain

It is in the non-visible realm that the spark of life is first ignited. All spiritual traditions point to this fact. Quantum physics confirms that the universe is made of formless energy & that, out of this formlessness, springs matter.

Out of your very thoughts, desires & dreams, you create your life. So, why are so many people creating lives based on the “I can’t…” & “I’m not…” model?

I AM healthy, wealthy, beautiful, loving, peaceful, resourceful, caring, intelligent, playful, sensual, joyful, patient, forgiving, faithful, trustworthy, courageous, bold, truthful…..

YES – YOU ARE THAT & so much more!

We have the power to heal our lives & our world through the use of our imagination. Imagine what millions of individuals changing their personal decrees from “I can’t” to “I Am” would do to heal humankind & our planet. We are created to be. Therefore I am, You are, We are.

I’ll be doing a series of posts on the ways you can use your imagination to heal, to prosper & to succeed in life, love, business & all that matters.

This week, try this assignment. Lie on the ground & look up at the vast sky – by day or night – seeing it as a limitless canvas. Then, imagine yourself – your life – as a movie projected onto that canvas. You are both the projector & the projected. What do you wish to see? Practice the freedom to imagine yourself as you would like to be & that is what you are in that moment. Allow it to be true & real – because it is.

Don’t analyze this exercise. Just allow it to open you to new possibilities. There’s more power here than what you might think.

I’d love a report on what you see! Post it in the comments below.

And, if you’d like to delve into the ways your imagination can bring you greater success & freedom in all areas of your life, contact me for a complimentary session & let’s explore.

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4 Responses to The case for imagination in health, wealth, & everything else

  1. Cathy March 12, 2013 at #

    I’m ahead of the curve on this. I was an only child until I was 9. I had imaginary friends, siblings and adventures. They were very real to me and my wonderful mother played along with me. I would come in and ask her if she had seen Little Joe ( yes, my brothers were the guys on Bonanza). She wouldn’t skip a beat and give me some type of answer. My moms favorite story is a parent/teacher conference when I was in first grade. My teacher was asking my mom about my brothers. She laughed and said I was an only child!
    I still imagine all types of things and have fun with it. Never knew that was a source of spiritual power.

    • Kimberly Cain March 12, 2013 at #

      And your mom was ahead of the curve, too! I can only imagine the problems we would have already solved in our world if more people were employing the imagination as the powerful tool it is, instead of stifling it.

  2. bryan plymale March 12, 2013 at #

    thanks for this wonderful blog and exercise, Kim, i’m still watching the “life of bryan, wandering and wondering maniac from physical cyberspace@” it’s getting a bit repetitive. time to bring in a “Wildie” (see http://home.ezezine.com/3_11/3_11-2013.03.11.11.14.archive.html )… and of course keep repeating the mantra “I AM healthy, wealthy, beautiful, loving, peaceful, resourceful, caring, intelligent, playful, sensual, joyful, patient, forgiving, faithful, trustworthy, courageous, bold, truthful…” ! hoping to talk with you soon.

    • Kimberly Cain March 12, 2013 at #

      Rock on, Bryan!