No Limits to what you can Imagine! Sent to me from a Friend!

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BooBooKitty

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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 18:53
There are no limits to what you can imagine. And what you create in your imagination sets the stage for what you will create in your life.
Your imagination can take you to any place and any time you choose. In your imagination, you can construct and explore whatever set of circumstances you wish to experience.
Imagination can help you prepare to do things you've never done. It can also help you improve and perfect the tasks with which you're already familiar.
Pay close and careful attention to the realities of your life. And then fully explore the possibilities present in those realities by sifting them through the wondrous power of your imagination.
When it seems that you've run out of options, imagine for yourself some new ones. If you let it, your imagination can pull you toward the truth you need to know.
The reality of your life is rich indeed. And imagination greatly expands your access to that richness.



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