Ray Lalonde Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Napoleon Hill says imagination is literally the workshop where all the plans are created by man. The impulse, the desire, is given shape, form and action through the aid of the imaginative faculty of the mind. It is been said that man can create anything with imagination
Man has discovered that his own brain is both a broadcasting, and a receiving station for the vibration of thought, and he is beginning now to make practical use of the discovery.
Two forms of imagination
The imaginative faculty functions in two forms. One is known as “synthetic imagination,” and the other as “creative imagination.”
The creative imagination works automatically, in the manner described in subsequent pages. This faculty functions only when the conscious mind is vibrating at an exceedingly rapid rate, as for example when the conscious mind is stimulated through the emotion of a strong desire.
Transformation of the intangible impulse of desire, into the tangible reality, of money, calls for the use of a plan, or plans. These plans must be formed with the aid of the imagination, and mainly, with the synthetic faculty.
You build a fortune throughthe aid of laws which are immutable, but first you must become famillar with thses laws, and learn to use them. Through repetition, and by approching the description of the secret through which every great fortune is made.
Final analysis. Imagination begins with a thought, to a idea then to action on that thought to actually creating that thought to something tangible.