Monday, April 4, 2016
If we truly believe in something, it will manifest. Even if you have to fake it, eventually one will begin to believe in what it is they're trying to make happen. One's imagination plays a big part in making wants, needs, manifest in your life. Imagination is powerful because you're picturing something and combining it with passion. Have you ever imagined yourself on that dream vacation? Usually in your imagination, there's that one far out thought that seems far fetched, something like one doing some crazy surf moves but you have no clue on how to surf. What happens is the vacation comes to forefront early on, following is usually a bunch of things leading you in the direction of surf classes, surf boards on sale, maybe you find an unused surfboard at a garage sale, all kinds of things begin to manifest all because of your imagination. In some sense, the universe, God, you, will only attract in your life what you can handle.
Deep down there's some situations or journeys you may not be ready for. You may not be ready to have a child but you have love for children, so the universe may put children in your path, change your career to something dealing with children. It may not be what you want but there's something deep inside of you that's not ready. A bunch of test are thrown at you, practice is thrown in your direction until you can fulfill you imaginations desire and you become what you imagined. Imagination is something us adults shouldn't shunt away. Of course it seems crazy with kids, because kids will say something like, "I jumped off the mountain and I landed on the beach and me and Ninja Turtles started fighting bad guys". So technically you jumped from a high height and didn't die (maybe we do come back. I say that because they say children have memories of a past life sometimes) landed on the beach (water can symbolize rebirth, reincarnation) and battled the bad guys with the Ninja Turtles (You, nature, God, battling demons). That's a HUGE Imagination or are children a gift in more than one way? Can imagination be simply memory of a past life being displayed through young minds, an insight of another world connecting their past life with things in this world? We know what imagination is, we've proved it. However I've also finished books on a subject only to find there's a new discovery. Have a nice day and thank you for stopping by "No Title" the random blog.