“. . . within each of us is the creative ability to tap into that abundance, and to live from a place of fullness.” Martinelli
To live life with an active imagination is fun, relaxing and effective at combating all the stress in your life. However, it requires you to unlearn the ideas blocking your imagination. Are the thoughts stopping you actually serving you? I venture to say, those negative thoughts cause more stress than good.
You can remember imagination. You had it big time, as a child. Before the talking heads said anything at all. Be kind to yourself, let your imagination out of its protective shell into the wide-open air. Let it breathe so it can be your buddy. Take it along everyplace you go.
By entering into dialogue with those images and voices, Dr. Carl Jung found himself actively engaged with “emotional drives and dynamics that would otherwise have overwhelmed him,” Seems to me it led him to some very interesting, healthy places.
Your imagination can transform, convert, translate, disintegrate, dis-assemble and reassemble . . .
The nice thing is that it goes according to your wants and desires.
Nothing else works that way.