Imagination Workshop

Photo by Iñaki del Olmo on Unsplash

Why is it that we often imagine what we don’t want to have happen?

The power of our subconscious is almighty.

When we’re tuned into the wrong station, paying attention to pictures that don’t align with our desires, we end up adopting the desires of others.

Then we resent them!

You Are an Image GeneratorThe World is Your Screen

Think about it. With all your senses and feelings at your command, you’re way more powerful than a movie projector. More than audio-visual and a 2-D screen.

As it turns out, guiding your imagination to your desires is the best exercise of your free will.

If the pictures in your head aren’t what you want, stop!

Get ultra-clear on your desires instead.

This is the first step in harmonizing your body and mind.

Be decisive. You’ve either got to breathe fire into a desire or let it fade. Letting go of dead wishes, allows new ones to emerge.

Prioritize Your Deepest Dreams

In the beginning, your list of desires and order of priority will change.

When your desires are vague or inauthentic, it’s a discovery process.

As you gain clarity, you can add new desires to your list, remove dead ones, and fine-tune the priority order.

Hard-wire Your Desires

When you’ve got a list that feels good, hardwire it into long-term memory through repetition.

Read, write, and recite!

Imagination Workshop

Now let positive imagining become part of your daily practice. Find symbolic images that represent the achievement of each desire at the forefront of your mind.

Like image snapshots.

Keep the sensory experiences alive – all the details – keeping the well-being of others in mind as you positively imagine.

Practice Gratitude

When a desire is realized, remember to give thanks with your entire being.

Published by Janet Karam

As my life unfolds, as more and more things start to come together, I feel compelled to share what I create and am inspired by. I am so grateful for the seemingly random artists and seekers I've found on my journey who have helped me on my way that I wish to do the same for others.

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