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Monday, November 2, 2020

Why Imagination Is More Important Than You Think
By Dorraine Fisher

Albert Einstein said a curious thing. He said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited, where imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”

And many inquiring minds have contemplated what he meant by this. And many have even disagreed. Certainly imagination plays a pivotal role in implementing new ideas. Nothing has ever been created or implemented without someone first imagining it. But isn’t that imagined image in the creator’s mind backed up by some kind of knowledge? Don’t they have to have a foundation of knowledge before they can imagine an idea into form? Well, not really, and the further your imagination can go in the absence of knowledge, the bigger and more amazing the creation can be.

The answer to this is simple when you understand how reality actually works. Everything is energy. Everything. Einstein confirmed it.  And everything is vibrating at a particular frequency. And we live in a universe governed by the Law of Attraction. And all things of like vibration are attracted to each other. And we can control this and therefore control our reality. Einstein said, “Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality.”  So, if we want a particular reality for ourselves, we have to match the frequency of that reality and we can have it. Meaning our personal vibration has to match the vibration of that reality that we want. But how do we do that?

We do that through the use of our imagination. Many people have scoffed at the idea of imagination, likening it to a fantasy world with no basis in reality. Science is based in solid facts. Surely imagination has no place here. Surely knowledge is the most important thing and Einstein was misguided.

But knowledge is not a constant. It changes with the wind. The knowledge of years past is completely different than the knowledge we know now. Knowledge feels solid, but only in the moment. It will change tomorrow as the human race evolves and grows. This is because knowledge is limited. It can only go as far as human limitations and what humans are willing to believe in the moment.  It can only go as far as the human mind can go. So if the human mind is limited to the knowledge as it is known currently, how can the creator create beyond those limits? It will only change when humans stretch their limitations and change or expand their beliefs. And how do they expand those beliefs? By the use of imagination.

Imagination has no limits. Imagination is what dreams are made of. Imagination is infinite. The work of someone’s imagination is what created things MOST humans could NOT imagine, like computers or the internet. And it’s been argued that our imaginations are much more powerful and are capable of creating more if we can imagine even more.

But your imagination is even more than that. Your imagination is the mechanism that changes your vibration to the frequency you want; the frequency that you can use to become a match to the reality you want. So, if you want a particular reality in your life, the use of your imagination is how you get it. And this is where having the most active imagination possible is a good thing.  You imagine yourself already having the reality that you want. And you imagine feeling the feelings you would have if you already had it.  And you keep imagining it as long as you can every day. This is what makes you a vibrational match to that reality. Your thoughts in your imagination are what adjusts your vibration to match that thing you want or want to create.  And eventually, if you stay a vibrational match to it long enough, you will have it. It can’t help but be attracted to you by virtue of the Law of Attraction as Einstein said. But it takes your imagination to get you there. And having a fully active imagination in which you can visualize that reality you want in detail and feel all the pertinent feelings you would have if you had that reality.

And there are no limitations on what you can have or experience. When you imagine something strongly enough, the universe will actually align itself to create it for you. Don’t believe it? That’s because most humans are limited by their knowledge. Their knowledge only goes so far and won’t allow them to go any further. So therefore they aren’t able to manifest a new reality. They don’t believe they can.. In order to believe in such a thing they have to open their mind to imagine what it is that they really want. And this is where it’s actually a good thing to dwell in what some might refer to as “fantasy land.” But many great human creations and inventions were brought about by humans living in fantasy land. Think of Leonardo DaVinci and his mechanical lion that he invented and gave to Francis I of France as a gift. It was what some might call a “robotic” lion that moved on its own.  He made it a reality in an era when others couldn’t conceive of such things. And he did that by being able to stretch his imagination beyond the norms of his time, creating a prototype for today’s robotics. And he did this way back in 1515 long before the invention of the automobile.

So if imagination is a kind of tool that humans can use to create, well, anything, isn’t it a pretty important thing to be able to utilize?  And from this don’t our imaginations become one of the most important things we can possess? We haven’t even scratched the surface of what we’re capable of creating. Our ability to create is as big as our imaginations can stretch. 


Check out the video of DaVinci’s “robotic” lion:

This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Bigfoot Research Journal

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