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Title: Imagination
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Nov 28, 2014 01:36 am
We constantly use our imagination. We imagine what we want. We imagine what we would like to be and where we would like to be. Do we recognize we use our imagination to send us 'earthward' to be drawn to the objects of our imagination? When we meditate at times we feel as though there are no results. We must use our imagination in our meditation as well. We often visualize and imagine what we may not yet see. This is no different then visualizing what we have yet to procure in the material reality; Quite similar to the force of gravitation these thoughts draw us to material perceptions.

There are certain experiences we have had on our inner search that give us faith. We can continue using our imagination to experience higher realities. Otherwise it is certain our imagination will manifest more and more returns to this material and physical reality, without experiencing the higher realities which are certainly available to us.


Title: Re: Imagination
Post by: tides2dust on Nov 28, 2014 04:40 pm
Hi Steve. Thank you for your reflections. I am curious now and will try to research more... What is imagination ? Or, Where does imagination come from ?

Happy holidays  :)


Title: Re: Imagination
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Nov 29, 2014 08:48 pm
Hi Steve. Thank you for your reflections. I am curious now and will try to research more... What is imagination ? Or, Where does imagination come from ?

Happy holidays  :)

To me imagination is the ability to create something out of nothing but in spirituality i would say that nothing is something we just do not percieve or we yet are to be aware of. Imagination is the ability to think something that does not yet exist has the potential to exist and become no longer an imagining but rather a reality.

We are called on by the Masters' to imagine that which we may only dimly be aware of... or perhaps not at all. For this imagination to become reality we must have faith in what we have been told and in the person saying it.