Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2017-05-31

Chapter 6 - Imagination

Hill writes "The imagination is literally the workshop wherein are fashioned all plans created by man.

It has been said that man can create anything which he can imagine.

MAN’S ONLY LIMITATION, within reason, LIES IN HIS DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF HIS
IMAGINATION. He has not yet reached the apex of development in the use of his imaginative faculty.
He has merely discovered that he has an imagination, and has commenced to use it in a very elementary way."

So where are we in all this?  Have we learned to use our imagination to our benefit or are we still using it in an elementary way?

As Hill said imagination is our workshop.  What does our workshop look like?  Do we limit the 
use of our workshop by our past?  Do we limit our workshop by our excuses?  Do we limit the
usefulness of our workshop by neglect?

Hill said we can create anything which we can imagine.  He did not say nothing, he did not say a few things,
he said ANYTHING!  We can create ANYTHING.

When we walk into the workshop of our mind what do we see?  

Do we see am empty room, nowhere to sit, no window to look out of, nothing to make us want to stay?  
 
Do we see a room so full we can barely walk into it and when we do walk into it, is there just a narrow path
through the middle and the rest of the room is so cluttered we ask ourselves, where would I even begin?  

Or do we walk into our workshop and the first thing we feel is the peace and notice the sun coming in the clean
window shining and brightening up the room.  As we continue to look we glance at all the things in place with a
desk and books and a chair where we can relax and think and dream and imagine our perfect life. 

Hill states "First you give life and action and guidance to ideas, then they take on a power of their own and
sweep aside all opposition."

When we walk into the workshop of our mind what do we see? 

Tuula Rands