Utilizing Your Invisible Power
SYNOPSIS: We can use our imagination to create a negative or positive stimulus. Learn to use it constructively to create the life you want.
FEATURED MUSICIAN: Gary Edwards
TAKEAWAYS: Imagine a life you would love. Practice using your imagination to move yourself toward the things you want more of in your life.
MINISTER'S MESSAGE: How's your imagination? Are you good at imagining? I am. My imagination is strong and vivid. It has always been easy for me to imagine.
"As a child I day dreamed a lot. One of my favorite things was getting into our rocking chair, sucking my thumb while I rocked back and forth for long periods of time. I literally mesmerized myself. I found it very relaxing and comforting. It was a way for me to soothe myself. I don't recall what I actually thought about. All I know is that the combined physical movements provided a way for me to escape. And what was I escaping from? The emotional pain in our family caused by the traumatic death of my 3 year old brother Marc. I was 8 years old at the time."
What is it that stimulates our imagination? It can be either a negative or positive stimulus. Worry can cause us to imagine. Happy memories can cause us to imagine.
We can also use our imagination to create, just like an artist with a piece of canvas, a sculptor with a hunk of stone, or writer with a pen and blank piece of paper, or blank computer screen.
This Sunday I'll be sharing more insights from Genevieve Behrend's book Your Invisible Power. I wonder if you can imagine what I'll be talking about?
Please plan to be with us. Our music is provided by featured singer, songwriter and guitarist, Gary Edwards, Jim Turner playing bass guitar, Dagan Williamson playing drums, Gina Barber as song leader - all coordinated by our fabulous music director Gwen Gathercoal singing and accompanying all on piano. It promises to be good so don't miss it!
Imagining You as the Light of Goodness and Love You Are,