Pamela Liberto Clearwater, FL, USA
The imagination is literally the workshop where all plans are created. The Desire, or impulse is given shape or form by the actions and the aids of the imaginative faculty of the mind.
Man can truly create anything which he can imagine!
Through the aid of imaginative faculty, man has discovered and harnessed more of Nature's forces. Man has. discovered his own brain is both a broadcasting and a receiving station for the vibration of thought
Man's only limitation, within reason, lies in his own development in the use of his imaginative faculty. He has merely discovered in the use of his imaginative faculty his imagination and commence to use it in a very elementary way.
Synthetic imagination, arranges old concepts, ideas, or plan into new combinations. This faculty creates nothing. It helps the man make practical use of his discoveries.
Creative imagination the finite mind of man has direct communication with infinite intelligence. It is the facility through which hunches and inspirations are received. All basic or new ideas are handed over to this man. Through this process, the individual may tune in or communicate with the subconscious minds of other men. The vibration of other minds are received and the conscious mind is stimulated through the emotion of a strong desire. The conscious mind is stimulated through the emotion of strong desire at a rapid rate. the process of Desire is only a thought that cannot be turned into money and be held in only one statement. When one has mastered, assimilated, and begun to make use of all principles then the process can begin.