Which Side is Right?

Most of us grew up with parents and teachers who told us that the world of our imagination wasn’t real, and not to waste time daydreaming.

We have heard some people referred to as “dreamers” as if it were a bad thing.

And yet, artists and inventors are some of the most revered and respected people in society.

In fact, Albert Einstein has been quoted to say:

“I believe in intuition and inspiration. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research.”

So, who’s right? Is imagination a good thing or not?

From my perspective, it seems the difference depends on whether you do anything with what comes out of your daydreams.

The “no-good dreamers” are those who fail to take positive action on the information they get from their imaginative excursions.

You don’t have to be an Einstein or an Edison to get good stuff out of your daydreams.

If nothing else, you could write down the story of your daydream to entertain others.

Even if it’s a short story, there’s a market for that sort of thing.

Do that a lot, and you’re a productive author.

Believe it or not, film producers will pay money for nothing more than a good IDEA for a story.

But that’s not the only practical use for imagination.

As you’ve heard me say before, the core manifestation process is simple.

Relax, imagine, and trust.

The more you relax, the closer you are to your subconscious, the source of everything that takes place in your life.

By imagining what you want in rich, vivid detail, you effectively communicate to your subconscious what you expect it to help you achieve.

And trusting your subconscious is critical to getting positive results.

All 3 steps are important, including the step where you vividly imagine what you want.

This may lead to your subconscious giving you a great idea to pursue.

Or it may give you the drive and energy to follow through on a plan of action.

Or maybe someone will contact you for help, leading to the realization of your desired goal.

And I could tell you dozens (if not hundreds) of stories where the things I imagined came true, even WITHOUT my physical involvement.

Things like money showing up out of nowhere.

Or rain stopping right when I asked it to.

Or meeting the right type of person.

Your imagination is powerful.

You just need to know how to harness that power.

And you need to develop the right skills, including the ability to relax deeply with full conscious awareness, imagining what you want in rich, bright, vivid detail, and trusting the process.

Once you’ve got these 3 skills developed, you have a strong foundation for manifesting.

Of course, you could take it further by developing other skills as well.

Skills like speed learning and instant recall.

Skills like a powerful will, giving you the ability to make any decision and then follow through with that decision no matter what.

And skills like true leadership, where people WANT to join your cause and follow you to the ends of the Earth, doing whatever you ask of them.

Hmmm.  Maybe this is too much Power for any one individual to have.

Maybe I should rethink the low $97 price of my new Symbolic Solutions 2.0 program, which gives you all the training you need to fully develop all of these skills as far as you may wish.

I do intend to raise the price of this package to $197 once I get a few more things in place.

But for now, you can still save $100 and get it for $97.

Better grab it now, before the price goes up.