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The Key to Using Your Imagination

By: Mike Brooks
Copyright (c) 2014 Mr. Inside Sales

I'm reading a great book this summer about the power of using your imagination, called The Law and the Promise by Neville. It's the kind of book that adds very fine distinctions to the concept of the Law of Attraction, and acts almost like a graduate level work on the subject. It's the kind of book that reminds you what you think you already know about the power of setting specific goals and visualizing their accomplishment, but it does so in a way that makes you go, Ah hah!

The key that I took from it is the distinction between thinking of an image or goal realized and thinking from the image instead. This difference is so important, that it means the difference between a vision or goal being manifested or not.

The book points out that everyone uses their imagination, and the way most people use it is to think about something. In other words, they imagine something - a new car, more money, a new home, etc. - and they think about what it looks like, or they visualize the image as being out there. For example, everyone can hold the image of a beach in their minds - everyone can visualize it. The imagination can create virtually any image and think about it. That's how most people use their imagination.

The difference in thinking from the image rather than of the image is that when you think from the image, you become part of it. It ceases to be an abstract concept, and instead, by entering into the wish fulfilled, you feel its accomplishment and thereby manifest it much faster. As Neville says, everything we see is created by focused and sustained thought through imagination, and fastest way to sustain that thought is to think and feel from the image manifested.

What this means in practice is that it's crucial to create an image and then to inhabit it by feeling, seeing, hearing, sensing, acting as if it has been manifested. The sooner you do that, the sooner it will come into being.

Neville has many other golden nuggets in this book, like:

Imagine better than the best you know.

If we live in the dream - thinking from it - and not of it, then the creative power of imagining will answer our adventurous fancy, and the wish fulfilled will break in upon us and take us unawares.

The drama of life originates in the imagination of man.

Life would undergo a change of appearance because we ourselves had undergone a change in attitude.

I love that last quote about attitude. I've written many times about how changing our attitudes can change everything else too. Remember it was Zig Ziglar that said, It's our attitude, not our aptitude that determines our altitude.

If you are looking for another book to add to your summer reading, then pick up this gem and read it today. It's a fast read (you could read it in an afternoon), but it is a rich read as well. All books of truth are. I hope that learning to live from your dreams help you manifest them even sooner.

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