Morning Meds; 9 6 19
To imagine greater things, we must use the vehicle of imagination.
Most adults have been taught since birth to view imagination as childish and not real.
It is something to be outgrown.
That is not true, it is a gift we bring with us.
We enter this world with the best vehicle to help us succeed in our journey.
We were created and equipped to succeed.
I spent time with my almost two year old granddaughter recently.
I was a guest in her plastic outside house.
As I sat on the floor, she cooked me something on her plastic stove.
She held the pot and carefully stirred its contents with a spoon.
She poured it into a glass and handed it me.
I gratefully drank it and told her it was good.
I handed the glass back to her and she made me some more.
There was no pot, no spoon, no glass, but her motions were flawless.
In time her imaginary implements will be replaced by real ones.
When it happens she will be prepared.
We can use our imagination to prepare ourselves for when we fully realize who and what we are.
Just for fun, give this a try.
When you meditate, after you calmed your thoughts, imagine yourself fully enlightened.
Let the feeling fill your heart.
Imagine yourself, sitting inside the heart of God/Source.
That feels real nice.
Imagine yourself to be a ball of light, nothing but energy.
Imagine what would be the most useful to yourself.
We can use our imagination as a vehicle to carry us to a fuller realization of who we are, where we always are and what are true form is.
It’s not childish, it’s a multidimensional vehicle.
Climb in and have some fun.