Stre-e-e-etch Your Imagination

Written by Rosella Aranda

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embracesrepparttar entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand." Albert Einstein, Physicist, 1879-1955 This one quote alone is a pretty compelling reason to learn how to turn our imaginative genius loose. All of us have a fairly vivid imagination, but unfortunately, we do not control it. It controls us. It runs willy-nilly on its own, painting pictures in our minds of things that we do NOT want to materialize. What's even more alarming isrepparttar 145995 fact thatrepparttar 145996 same reel of pictures keeps playing over and over again. There are statistics that indicate that ofrepparttar 145997 many thousands of thoughts that we have inrepparttar 145998 course of a single day,repparttar 145999 vast majority of them arerepparttar 146000 same old, tired out, uninspired thoughts that we had earlier inrepparttar 146001 day, andrepparttar 146002 day before, andrepparttar 146003 day before that, ad nauseum. Here are some simple visualization exercises that will help you train your imagination to flex its muscles. You can perform these anytime, anywhere, and in just a matter of seconds. Exercise 1 - Color Me Beautiful Focus on any object in your immediate vicinity. Mentally change its color. Some people try to be too literal-minded about this and claim that they cannot “see”repparttar 146004 different color. Just get a flashing “sense” of it being this different color. That’s all that is needed. Run through several colors in rapid succession. Changerepparttar 146005 finish from a high gloss to a matte finish. Make it fuzzy. Make it wet. You can graduate to seeing multi-colored patterns: plaids, stripes, polka dots, animal prints, etc. Exercise 2 – Bend Me, Shape Me, Any Way You Want Me Once again focus on any object. Increase its size, more, more, even more. Now shrink it back again. Make it so tiny that it all but disappears. Make it fat and puffy and then skinny and sunken. Pull it like taffy and make it stretch and twist and bend and fold. Now turnrepparttar 146006 object inside

Who's Creating YOUR Reality?

Written by Rosella Aranda

“What is happening within us will create what happens outside us.” “There is no ‘out there’ out there, independent of what is going on in here.” “We are operating as if today were yesterday.” These quotes are taken fromrepparttar movie, “Whatrepparttar 145994 Bleep Do We Know?” This fascinating film demonstrates cinematically whatrepparttar 145995 Seth material told us years ago. Its basic premise is that we literally create our own reality. If there is conflict, turmoil or frustration in our outer experience,repparttar 145996 cause lies inrepparttar 145997 inner realm of our minds. Our outer world is nothing more than an outward manifestation ofrepparttar 145998 mental images that we carry. Most of us have no trouble agreeing with this onrepparttar 145999 surface, but . . . It’s Too Dark in There! Rather than explorerepparttar 146000 murky depths of our own soul, we would rather continue to look "out there" in hopes of finding someone else who might "crawl inside our heads" and fix us. So we buyrepparttar 146001 latest andrepparttar 146002 greatest self-help package that catches our eye, but in short order we're back to where we started from. Did you know that many people never even userepparttar 146003 programs they purchase? These people are defeated before they ever get started! And even forrepparttar 146004 most determined people who actually do everything suggested,repparttar 146005 results have been fragile, artificial and short-lived. Why is that? Ideas Must Be Planted in a Fertile Mind It’s not so much that these reprogramming methods are faulty. It's just thatrepparttar 146006 people who want and need these tools lackrepparttar 146007 basic sense of self-worth that would allow any desirable ideas to take root. It's almost as if there were an invisible demon inside shoveling outrepparttar 146008 good stuff as quickly as we can put it in! It's a bit like trying to plant flowers in a chalk garden. They will not grow. This is why it is crucial to first expose and releaserepparttar 146009 underlying subconscious beliefs that are holding us back. The circumstances behind how and why these harmful beliefs got lodged inrepparttar 146010 first place are as unique and varied as

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