Sunday, January 1, 2012
What We Imagine About Ourselves Tends to Become Real
There is no one reality. Each of us is responsible for determining what ours is going to be and we base this upon what we were taught in childhood, combined with what we have learned on our own, from others, as well as our experiences. And it is influenced by our inherent personality.
When we imagine, we are assuming, supposing, believing. Therefore, imagining has great power. What we imagine shapes what we believe about ourselves and leads to it being real. And when something is real, it is true – not just apparent, but it exists as a fact so it is actual rather than imaginary.
Therefore, it is imperative that we are aware of the significance of what we imagine because it will tend to become real.
Copyright 2012 Lynn Borenius Brown
Posted by The Loving Path at 7:25 PM