Mindset Mastery 126 – Automatic Imagination

Today, we’ll continue on with our discussion of imagination, and the two types—synthetic and creative imagination. Here we’ll learn more about how each of these works.

Automatic Creativity

The creative imagination works automatically, in the manner described in the following pages. This faculty functions only when the conscious mind is vibrating at an exceedingly rapid rate, for example, when the conscious mind is stimulated through the emotion of a strong desire.

The creative faculty becomes more alert, more receptive to vibrations from the sources mentioned, in proportion to its development through use. This statement is significant! Think about it before moving on.

Keep in mind as you follow these principles, that the entire story of how a person can convert desire into money cannot be told in one statement. The story will be complete, only when one has mastered, assimilated, and begun to make use of all the principles.

Developing Greatness

The great leaders of business, technology, industry, finance, and the great artists, musicians, poets, and writers became great because they developed the faculty of creative imagination.

Both the synthetic and creative faculties of imagination become more alert with use, just as any muscle or organ of the body develops through use.

Desire is only a thought, an impulse. It is unclear and short-lived. It is abstract, and of no value, until it has been transformed into its physical counterpart. While the synthetic imagination is the one that is used most frequently in the process of transforming the impulse of desire into money, you must keep in mind the fact that you may face circumstances and situations which demand the use of the creative imagination as well.

Your imaginative faculty may have become weak through inactivity. It can be revived and made alert again through use. This faculty does not die even though it may become dormant due to a lack of use.

Exercise Your Mind

Lack of use is a main reason why we cannot maximize the potential of our minds and imaginations. Fortunately, just like your body (and probably better!) you can revive your mind and imagination just by using it. Start today by exercising your greatest of human gifts!

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
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About Sean Rasmussen

Sean Rasmussen is a passionate blogger and has been a full time internet marketer since 2005. When he's not with his family, or dog Buddy, Sean is usually blogging or doing something related to the internet.


  1. Spot on Sean…great article…using the mind and body together achieves amazing results!!

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  2. While we’re on the topic of imagination, I’ll add the very well-known and obvious quote of Very Smart Man, Albert Einstein: “Imagination is more important than knowledge”.
    .-= Lina Nguyen´s last blog ..What life is about =-.

  3. Jazz Salinger says:

    Hi Sean,

    There are lots of ways to jump start your creative mind. A quick search on Google will find lots of pages where you can complete exercises to help you strengthen your creative muscle.

  4. So again – “use it or lose it”. It’s true for muscles and brain cells and also creativity. Hm. I guess I will go off and find some more creativity games on the net to sharpen my creative saw 🙂
    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Motivational Music =-.

  5. Hello Sean,

    I have read this blog before and commented before.

    I thought I would share a quote that David’s late granddad lived by….”If you don’t use it, You lose it”.

    He was a man that believed in using his mind, his body and his spirit for all aspects of life. Right up to his 90th Birtday he was still walking everywhere he could whenever he could. He loved to walk around Mainly (In NSW), going for bush walks whenever he was able to catch a train and then a boat over there. He believed the mind and the body needed to be kept active for them to function at 100%. I love how much inspiration he could give to his family.

    Its all about using your mind, with your imagination and taking massive action.

    .-= Lisa Wood´s last blog ..Listening To My Boys Needs =-.

  6. I always believed I used my imagination every day, throughout the day but I’m finding it more so now that I’m home with my son. At only 4 months old he’s not into toys but into people and while I’m home with him all day I try to think of new and creative games to play with him.

    As a writer I love letting my imagination take over and love that I can now embrace it to its full potential. Not only am I growing as a writer and as a person, I’m learning how to be a great mom.
    .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..You Are the Reason I Know It Will Happen =-.

  7. Hi Sean

    As an artist, I lived in my imagination most of the time as a child. We didn’t have Television then in our home (which was a blessing) so I was always drawing, painting, writing stories and would spend hours illustrating them, building things etc.

    My strengths were art, english, music and dance at school and as you can see I was a very right brain dominant. It wasn’t until I studied Kinesiology and became a practitioner that I realised that I needed a balance of right and left brain function. It took a few balances but I started to notice a huge change where I could eventually live and thrive in both worlds.

    Now I am an artist/musician/writer and an options trader/Internet marketer. I am an imaginative musical money maker (lol)!

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