Imagine This


Here we are, at the start of a fresh new adventure – a brand New Year, full of potential and limitless opportunities.

The fact is that its endless possibilities are limited only by our own imagination.

In imagining our limitations, we make those limitations real.

The most powerful part of our mind – the subconscious – uses imagination as its language. Truth is, it finds it very difficult to separate something that is imaginary from something that is real.

A classic example of this is the lemon test: Try to imagine, as vividly as you can, that you are squeezing a lemon into your mouth. Do this and your subconscious mind will make your jaw tighten and your mouth salivate as if you were sucking on a real lemon. Such is the power of imagination and its effect on the subconscious.

In the same way, when we imagine limitations, we make those limitations real. We create our own barrier, our own false boundary of belief.

Reflect for a moment on all those things we once believed impossible, things that we now take for granted. How many times have we told ourselves that something was impossible, only to discover that it was indeed possible?

Focus your imagination on those wonderful possibilities, put your shoulder to the wheel and push on. Keep pushing on. There will be hills to climb, bridges to cross, hurdles to overcome, but persevere, holding your goal firmly in your imagination and nothing will stop you from attaining it.

Just as there is no limit to your imagination, there is no limit to what you can achieve. Whatever you can imagine, you can create.

Let your imagination work for you, and it will take you beyond your fears, to places you may only have dreamed you could go.

'Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attraction'
– Albert Einstein
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