Respect your imagination.
Use your imagination.
“Imagination is the eye of the soul.”
– Joseph Joubert
There’s no better way to live, then to use imagination to create our life.
Learning to use our imagination should be taught to adult also.
Be creative to help make this world a better place for everyone.
Use your imagination and take action. Without actions, it’s only a dream.
Be amaze at the imagination of others.
Even if you don’t understand what it’s all about, it doesn’t means that it’s something that isn’t going to change the world.
Imagination is the source of every great things coming into reality.
“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.”
– Albert Einstein
One way to be creative is to try to find a way to solve a problem. You can work on more than one at the same time.
Your imagination will help you find avenue of possibilities.
If you find yourself stuck, you could maybe use this tips.
- Before you go to sleep, ask your subconscient to find an answer.
- Smile and thank your subconscient for the help.
- Release the problem in the hand of your subconscient with the certainty that you’ll get your answer as you will wake-up in the morning.
- In your mind, think about the great resting sleeping you’ll get tonight. Think about how rested you’ll be as you wake-up.
If you don’t understand it, don’t discredit it.
Imagination is like a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it will become.
“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”
– Albert Einstein
Reality is built on imagination. We can live in our imagination or in the one of someone else.
“Imagination creates reality.”
– Richard Wagner
Let your imagination build a better world. And maybe it will become.
Realities are built from our relation with our surrounding. We base our life on it.
“The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless.”
– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Reality is created from imagination. So reality is real because someone else imagined it.
You have the power to shape reality. It’s up to you to use it or not.
“Fiction is an elemental force, which has the power to shape reality in its own image – or images, I should say – because reality, like light, exists not only as a single point or particle, but also as an array of possibilities.”
– Ruth Ozeki
Looking at reality, remember that it has been imagined by someone else before it could be like that.