Imagination is such a powerful word and concept. However, I find that too few people exercise their imagination with positivity.
It is far too frequently used in fearful ways. And is the first step in any creative process because imagination is defined as “the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived in reality.”
Well, everyone uses the creative process every single day with every thought, word, and action.
So, let’s look at ways to exercise your imagination positively.
How To Exercise Your Imagination Positively
Let’s start with the basic premise that the imagination automatically becomes interested or engaged when you ask a question that begins with “What if?”
For instance, what if you never thought of yourself or saw yourself as a victim ever again?
Or what if you were to awaken every single day happier than you were the day before?
You can play with this endlessly, and it’s important to pay attention to the feeling you have inside when you do.
You can ask yourself, “What if I were doing work that thrilled me?”
What if, what if, what if?
Fill in the blanks with whatever your heart’s desire is!
And each time you engage your imagination in thoughts that cause you to feel joy and happiness, explore those feelings a little more.
So what if you could consciously choose to be joyful all the time?
Or what if you consciously choose to be a force for good?
And what if you knew that everything that ever happens is for good?
Well, what if you need more help igniting your positive imagination skills?
If you do, please reach out to me.
I know I can help YOU!
First published on June 1, 2020