Martin Hall Stourbridge, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Chapter 6 Imagination
According to Hill, human beings have two types of imagination.
The synthetic imagination simply arranges and rearranges the information that is already in our memories i.e. what we've gathered from education/training and experience.
The creative imagination is what Hill describes as "the link between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence".It's often refrerred to as our "sixth sense" and manifests as "hunches".
The creative imagination is vitally important. Hill believes that "If we can imagine a thing we can create it". He also believes in what has come to be called the Law of Attraction - the predominant thoughts in your head will attract similar events into your life.
Hill suggests that an individual who intends to accumulate wealth put these ideas into practice firstly by deciding on a specific amount of money to be acquired and secondlyby setting a date by which this goal must be achieved.
But, in addition the individual must make himself feel as if he's already in possession of it and act as if he's already in possession of it.
Thoughts alone will not be enough.
"One of The Secrets[to making money] is that when you have an inspired thought you have to trust it and act on it."
Martin Hall Stourbridge United Kingdom