Imagination Manifestation

Published May 20, 2013 by Stuff My Brain Thinks

Stuff my brain thinks

This week we are learning how to make our intuition useful in our daily lives.  I have to say that from day one in this course I have found my intuition very useful.  Even with the smallest things.  I think my biggest issue is hearing every message and following them.  For example, since we have moved into our new home my camera charger has been missing.  We have looked and looked for it to know avail.  So, after several months of having no way to take pictures I broke down and ordered my charger from Amazon.  It wasn’t a day later that my charger resurfaced.  I couldn’t believe it, and then it occurred to me, the weekend before I thought maybe I should clean out my junk drawer.  It was over full.  I needed to weed out the old stuff, but I didn’t do it.  I guess I didn’t feel like it at the time.  I now know that my intuition was trying to help me find my charger, but I ignored it.  Had I listened, and followed I would have saved myself a little money.

Stuff my brain thinks

Oh well, live and learn, right?  Anyway, I am really excited to delve into this weeks lesson.  We are working on using our dreams and imagination to make better decisions, as well as manifest what we want for our lives.  Sounds fun, doesn’t it?  I am excited to learn how to recognize the imagery our intuition uses to communicate with us.

In my first exercise I had to list five things in vivid detail that I would do if money were no object.  This sounds easier than it is.  It took a considerable amount of time just coming up with the five things.  I challenge you all to try this.  You may be surprised at how difficult this is.


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