I have been reading from Neville Goddard - a man who provided a lot of the influence we see in the writing and philosophy of Dr. Wayne Dyer. This is what I am going to use for my train of thought and concentration on this week. The premise of the writings give solid reference to Biblical verses and explains them as a guidebook for understanding how to use it i. The way it was intended- as a guidebook to greater truths than the words indicate at first. The book I got is a collection of all 10 of his works and a friend of mine from Canada and I have discussed creating a series of 10 radio shows that will encompass the depth of his work (the collection is available thru Amazon).
I will share the most recent idea I read at this time.... the concept of developing and using our imagination. We think of the imagination as something that allows us to simply daydream. Often times this is the case, unless you learn to use the imagination to catapult you into a greater understanding of who you really are and what you can manifest in your life. While some of what I tell you will seem a bit “woo-woo”, it has been proven time and time again as we look at our lives and what has shown up in them.
When we look back upon our lives as children, we may or may not remember having a “pretend friend.” Most of us have had one at some time or another. I had one called Aegar... not certain of the spelling, I just remember my mother telling me about him. He was an elephant, actually who lived wherever I wanted him to. He evidently spent his nights under my bed tucked safely out of harm’s way. I was about 3 years old when my friend appeared, and I am sure that he was a real to me as any of you reading this book. This was born from my imagination. I had a friend that I could talk to and enjoy time with. Is this what we see for ourselves every day? As we grow up, those imaginary longings show up as flesh and blood individuals.
I had a friend, who has a collection of felons in her list of friends, once ask me how to meet people. I replied to her that I was not sure how to answer, I only knew that my friends all seemed to NOT be felons, so evidently, I was not tuned into that frequency that would attract felons. What is very interesting is that once I began meeting people where I live now, there were more and more instances of one friend knowing someone who I had met that had another mutual friend. There became a whole network of people that were interconnected without my realizing it upon first meeting any of them.
We look upon a saying, “Birds of a feather, flock together.” That saying is really true when we begin to bring people into our tribe. We attract those who are operating on the same frequency. If you are in the mindset of low vibrations, you tend to attract those of lower vibrations. Those who don’t think much of themselves or the lives they have created. When you elevate your energy, through the use of imagination, you attract a different tribe.
This is an example of how imagination can work for you. You imagine the kinds of friends you want to hold in your space, and you begin to imagine that you, too, have those characteristics. As you imagine and feel the vibration of the higher levels of consciousness, you will surely attract a different tribe. It is all in the vibrational energy you exude, and that is where imagination plays such an important part in our lives.
Whatever we imagine will show up in our lives if we believe that we are worthy of having that in our lives. We attract what we hold our attention to.. Imagination is the bridge that takes us from what we sense physically to what we desire. When we make the desire our reality through imagination, it manifests itself in our daily lives. This is the way it works whether we are manifesting friends, lovers, money, new job, or anything else we want in life. We assume the feeling of having it through a conscious use of our imagination that we already possess that which we desire.
Enjoy your day and imagine your success.
Something To Ponder