Cheryl Stuhr Houston, TX, United States
Think and Grow Rich
“It has been said that man can create anything which he can imagine.” So be careful of what you are imagining. Thoughts create things-good or bad.
Napoleon writes, “He (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 learn how to make practical use of this discovery.”
He goes on to say: MAN'S ONLY LIMITATION, within reason, LIES IN HIS DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF HIS IMAGINATION”.
There are two types of imagination, synthetic, where man takes old concepts, plans and new ideas and combines them into something else. Napoleon gave the example of an inventor as someone who uses their synthetic imagination. The other day I used mine, when I approached giving a business overview differently from anyone else that I've ever heard give one. I took the same material, presented it the same way, but with a twist. I had a growth experience, scary at first, when I presented it on my facebook wall-live. That wasn't the twist, if you are wondering. I imagined myself giving it, saying what I wanted to say, I even saw myself sitting in front of my computer presenting it. Out of respect for what my fellow Master Mind group partners do as their living, I will not disclose my company nor when I will present it next.
The second type of imagination is the creative imagination. This is where the Infinite Intelligence is in direct contact with you by way of hunches or inspirations. Napoleon writes, “The creative imagination works automatically...”. He states that, “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.”
QUESTION: Can the two imaginations, synthetic and creative, work in unison?