IMAGINATION FOR POWERFUL TRANSFORMATION

(Day 4) How to make sure your sky high dreams don’t remain grounded?

(Transformative Action day 4 of 6)

I always had things I truly wanted to accomplish.

Permanent changes I wanted to make.

Higher states I wanted to experience.

And a life full of positive impact, meaning, fulfillment, purpose, unique mission, passion and everyday pizazz.
 
But often these dreams would remain stuck in my head.
 
And eventually crash and burn there.
 
Going nowhere.
 
Because in large part I didn’t truly believe certain things were possible for me.
 
And that was a big part of the problem.
 
Because by not believing something was truly possible for me I wouldn’t even bother taking steps to make it happen.
 
And by never taking any steps to make it happen I cut myself off from the possibility of it ever happening.
 
Thus it was a vicious self-fulfilling prophecy that would repeat.
 
Ever been there?

When I began exercising my imagination in powerful new ways my internal limits started to dissolve.

One of the reasons this occurred was because using my imagination was connecting me to the fact that I was the one creating the limits. I was not some powerless being at the whim of external circumstances.

My energy to create results exploded.
 
My sense of optimism, possibility, confidence and options flew higher than ever.
 
But all of this new found delicious psychic energy needed to be channeled into and combined with taking powerful action.
 
Not just any action.
 
Creative Action.


What is Creative Action?


Let’s start with what most of us already know.
 
Problem solving.
 
When you are problem solving, you are moving away from something you don’t want.
 
That is what is driving you.
 
You are reacting to what is in your life.
 
You are not coming from a wide open place of what you want to bring into your life.
 
When taking Creative Action you first decide what is it you want to create.
 
Your focus is what you want to bring into being, what you want to invent, what you want to make a reality.

You are an inventor, an improvisor, a creator.

Your focus is in the direction of what you want.

You are not running away from what you don’t want.
 
And you make this choice outside of all limits.
 
You go for your highest aspirations. This is where the fuel, the fire is.
 
You first decide on what it is you want to create.
 
It is a decision that you make. It is a choice. A creative choice.
 
If you focus on the fact that it’s a CHOICE you are making, you regain control.
 
This is how you make deep desires a reality.
 
You make everyday choices along the way that support your creative choice.
 
There’s more to this but for now I’ll give you a synopsis version to get you moving to start making the changes you have desperately wanted to make.


 Transformative Action Day #4

 
For today’s Action let’s get on the path to making your goals a reality.

  1. Ask yourself: What is it that I want to create? (*not what do I believe is possible for me, what problem am I running away from that I need to solve, etc.) Write the answer down on the top of a page. Imagine the ideal result being a reality now.
  2. Write down one measurable observable external action you can take within the next seven days to make what you want to create a reality.
  3. Follow through this week by taking that action.


You are on your way! 
 
In the next post, I will reveal to you the fastest way that you can incorporate more imagination into your life so that you can make the changes you desire.
 
Until then,

 

Creatively Yours,
 
Joe

4 Responses
  1. Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or sonhietmg. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a little bit, but other than that, this is wonderful blog. A fantastic read. I’ll certainly be back.

    1. Joe Ranieri

      Thank you much I write the blog first and foremost with the reader in mind so it is very encouraging to get good feedback. What are your suggestions for images I enjoy hearing my reader’s opinions.

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