In my line of work, directing the mind is paramount. It is part of my daily routine and has been since I was a child. I love spending time in my head… imagining, daydreaming, pretending. As I became an adult, it took on another name, “meditation.”
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” – Albert Einsten
I’m all about quieting the mind, so we can hear the sound of our own spirit and the guidance that is available to us. I’ve been meditating my entire life, but I do it a little bit differently than the mainstream Eastern way.
What do successful business people do when faced with questions about operations, growth, next steps? They pull their best people to the table and have a committee meeting to hash things out. More great minds, more potential solutions, right?
You’re probably thinking, “But, I don’t have access to such a group of people!” What if I told you that you have an unlimited source of brilliant minds right at the tip of your imagination?
A few weeks ago, I shared my unique form of meditation. I call it ‘Imagitation.” This is when I use my quiet mind to actively achieve something – perhaps to seek out and solve issues and challenges, bless my children or sit in gratitude and literally count my blessings. When I’m in the state of imagitation, I am leveraging Universal energy for a specific benefit or outcome.
Psychic and spiritual energy is fragile. It is shy. Spiritual energy is like a little child waiting to be attended and loved.
So often, we are bombarded with unimportant information through television and social media, that we forget to become informed of ourselves. When we experience this detachment from the loving self, we lose sight of the things that need the most attention in our lives. We revert to Facebook instead of focusing on self-expansion, and we read into non-events displayed on the news before we read into our own spiritual needs.