The Imagination series (episode 1)

This is the first  in a series(hopefully) of short, thought provoking posts on a favourite topic of mine…….Imagination. I intend publishing one post per week as well as my normal blog posts. Hope you enjoy, your feedback will be very welcome as always.

Imagine if you could do whatever you wanted…..

Without any consequence

Without any Fear

Just imagine if you let your mind roam free, scooping up the delights of The Universe and creating an experience, just for you…..beyond your wildest dreams!

What’s stopping you letting your Imagination run free?…..let go of your “restrictions”, they are largely self imposed.

be good to yourselves


18 thoughts on “The Imagination series (episode 1)

  1. Amen David – letting go of the restrictions we put on ourselves creates the small worlds we live in – why do we do this I ask? FEAR, limited thinking…?

    Living in the possibilities of life,

  2. Hi David – this is an exercise I LOVE to do – it’s so powerful (a tad scary sometimes, but powerful!)

    Right now, I’m imagining what it would be like to be running a successful copywriting and editing business tailored SPECIFICALLY to coaches and counsellors and other folks who are making a positive difference in the world, all while maintaining a balanced, connected personal life. I’m not sure how it’s going to happen, but if I keep imagining it and take small, consistent steps towards building it, I do know it *is* going to happen 🙂

    Thanks for another great post.


    1. Hi Tanja,
      Imagining is a great start. Build upon that ‘start’ as you say, step by step & believe in those steps that you are taking. Don’t worry about the ‘hows’, they will take care of themselves.
      thank you& be good to yourself

  3. I saw a great quote and picture that your post reminded me of. The picture was of a boy walking in a forest bundled up and kicking a ball gently in front of him. The quote said, “We never grow up, we just learn how to act in public.”

    I think imagination is often considered a trait for children, yet I love my imagination. It keeps life interesting and makes days more fun.

    Thanks for the reminder,


  4. Hi David,

    Imagination is very important. As Einstein said, “Imgaination is more important than knowledge.” We must develop our imagaination so it becomes a tool that we use often. Thanks for sharing David

  5. My best time for imagination activities is early in the morning when I go for my runs or while I am at my desk dreaming of impossible dreams. Actually, there are no impossible dreams only limitations that we put on ourselves. There was a time when people thought that running the mile below 4 minutes was undoable. But Roger Bannister has put that to rest. There was a time when people thought that flying like birds was crazy. Today, we are putting space tourists into space. There was a time when we thought that speaking to someone using a small portable electrical device was nuts. Today, we can even see each other on our phones when we talk. All these would not have been possible without the power of imagination. Let us let our imagination run wild, for the best is yet to come.

    David, I invite you join see what Fred Tracy has got to say in his latest interview with me on my site.


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