Monday, May 2, 2011

How to Use Your Imagination

Abraham, Orlando, FL  12/15/01

Abraham: How do you use your imagination?

Well, first of all, you put you in the picture and then you live as you would like to live from an inside feeling place. You feel how your body feels; that's a good place to start. Now this is your call, you are the architect, you are the creator, so you can be as vital and alive and youthful and flexible and good feeling and slender and eager and happy as you want to be. And so, stand in your body, and put yourself anywhere that pleases you, on the golf course, in a swimming pool, on an airplane, in your motor coach. Put yourself in any environment and feel how good your body feels.

Since it is a virtual reality, make the temperature exactly as you want it to be; make your clothing exactly appropriate to that and breath in the deliciousness of the air that it there. Make the sky blue, put clouds in it if you want, make it sunrise, make it sunset, make it the middle of the day. You get to do whatever you're wanting to do.

Be there by yourself, or bring your favorite person in. Take a look at your favorite person. Give that person the mood you would like that person to have. Make that person playful, make that person beautiful, make that person happy. Make that person in perfect vibrational harmony with you and together go someplace you know the two of you would adore being. Have a conversation with that person; say what you would say under those conditions: bask, applaud, praise, appreciate, approve, listen, receive compliments, blush with them, return them, adore, be adored, move your body, see delightful things, have stimulation relative to the conversation, relative to anything that you care about.

Get on a subject that is really important to you. Solve problems. Find solutions. Sit with your president. Talk to anyone on the planet that you would like to talk to. Bring them in, give them the mood, give them the attitude, give them ability to hear you, you get the sense of this.

Some say, "Too much work."

We say, "Its your life."

You are walking into the future of whatever you do with your mind. So where is your mind? Is it perusing the puzzles and problems of the past? Is it perusing the problems of the world? Is it looking for reasons to feel good? Is it looking for reasons to feel bad? In other words, you get to focus wherever you want to focus.

© Abraham Hicks Publications