The Power of Imagination

At some time, you may have considered how beneficial and life altering your imagination can be.  Consider Olympic athletes using imagery as mental training.  This mental prowess was cultivated through years of training the mind to tune out distractions, reduce stress, sharpen focus, and achieve optimal performance.

Most of us haven’t used the wealth of our imagination for manifestation purposes or to achieve our goals.  We use it more often to envision a worst case scenario for something we are nervous about, or in fear of, at some time in the future.

Really our imagination, if used properly, can be our greatest ally.  Once discovered, imagination can help us expand and enhance our goals and dreams.  It can make them larger and infinitely more exciting.  Therefore, it is the most important secret on the planet.

Jon Rappaport, who is an investigative reporter, author, and blogger, often writes on subjects having to do with exiting from the matrix and the power of imagination.  When he writes of escaping from the matrix, he means something akin to the movie, The Matrix. That iconic movie was released in 1999, and starred Keanu Reeves as the protagonist, Neo, and Lawrence Fishburne as Morpheus.

One of the themes of the movie is that technology doesn’t have to be smarter than humans to enslave them.  As long as humans turn to technology to solve human problems, humans and technology are interdependent. I suppose what separates us is our use of imagination.  That’s how Neo escapes the matrix. Neo actually states that imagination has everything to do with reality, not as it is, but as it could be.

I throw it out there.  The use of our imagination is a most critical and well-kept secret because when used for our personal and planetary well-being, miracles can happen.


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