(Transformative Action post 5 of 6)
I’ve wasted so much time in the past settling for a status quo that I did not want.
Then I hit mid-life.
I woke up one morning and it felt like:
Wow, when did this happen?
The temporariness of life was no longer some far off idea or theory like it is when you’re younger.
Did I really want to continue working at a job that paid the bills but provided no fulfillment, meaning or purpose? And did I:
- Desire to stay in relationships that were less than ideal?
- Never get to express my deeper creative, imaginative and spiritual impulses?
- Want to continue slowly gaining weight and falling out of shape with each passing year?
- Have any interest in losing out on potential opportunities that could come my way?
Then I learned about powerful ways to apply imagination and creativity to personal transformation.
And I gained the confidence, creative power and a new expansive perspective that allowed me to take some crucial life changing actions.
It wasn’t enough to just to know that imagination was key.
The next question became so what is the fastest way to incorporate more imagination into my life?
The answer is with imagination exercises.
And after a while I began creating my own.
Something I now call Imagisize.
What is Imagisize?
You are familiar with exercise.
Imagisize is similar, in the sense you are strengthening your power and energy through regular exercise.
But Imagisize affects every area of your life since it dissolves mental limits.
The next and final post in this Transformative Action series will flesh out in more detail Imagisize. You will even get to try out a couple exercises for yourself.
Transformative Action day 5 of 6:
For now, just think about ways in which you are exercising your imagination (or not) on a daily basis. Contemplate this question for one full day. Think about it. Chew on it. Etc.
Until the next post,