Think & Grow Rich Lessons
George Freelen Livingston, TX, US

Posted: 2017-12-24

Think and Grow Rich, Chapter 6: Imagination.

Hill point out in this chapter that mans only limitation is in his development and use of his imagination and our imaginative faculty may became weak through inaction.

There are two forms of imagination, Synthetic and Creative imagination. Synthetic imagination is the rearrangement of old concepts and ideas into a new combination. This faculty create nothing.  Creative imagination is direct communication Infinite Intelligence, the facility through which “hunches” and “inspirations” are received. The records in our minds are created and received from one of the above. Desire is thought impulse, an intangible impulse.

The transformation of intangible impulse, of desire, into the tangible reality of money, goals, or any tangible asset must be formed with the aid of the imagination, mainly with the synthetic faculty. We must have definite plans with detail instructions, in writing, for carrying out these instructions. The moment we complete this, in writing, we have definitely given concrete form to the intangible desire.

I have read this book several times, it finally jumped off the page at me. The moment you reduce your plans, the statement of your desire to writing, you have taken the first of a series of steps, which will enable you to convert the thought into its physical counterpart.

Detailed instructions for building the plans have been given in almost every chapter. We must reduce the plans to writing and read the plans aloud twice daily.

Thank you Michael and Linda Dlouhy for forming the mastermind group and going over and over and over this book, you have an exceptional natural capacity of intellect. Season Greetings.


George Freelen

San Antonio, Texas