There are ways to stimulate your Creative imagination to generate new ideas. Once you use these methods you’ll find these resourceful, innovative ideas and original new methods will help you achieve your goal. You’ll find they work like magic.
Creative imagination is a force so powerful it can produce remarkable new inventions, marvels of engineering, and masterpieces of music, literature, painting and sculpture. The possibilities are limitless. In many respects creative imagination is similar to magic.
There have been many remarkable incidents in the past, for which there seemed to be no explanation. They were once regarded as miraculous or magical. One has only to think of natural phenomena such as electricity, radio waves and television. Because of man’s ability to use his creative imagination, scientific knowledge increased and these incidents were found to have a rational scientific basis.
Every great discovery from the invention of the wheel by primitive man to present day space travel, originated in the human mind. In every instance these discoveries came about as a result of man’s ability to use his creative imagination.
When you are able to use your creative imagination to generate creative ideas you’ll find that they can work like magic for you.
What is “creative imagination”?
Creative imagination is a mental faculty that enables you to create mental images and visualize situations or conditions that you have never actually been experienced.
How can you develop creative imagination?
Creative imagination is a faculty that everyone possesses, but in most instances it remains dormant and unused. There are a variety of difference exercises you can use to develop your creative imagination.
Once you have learnt how to use your creative imagination, you can use features of your previous experiences and re-arrange them into new forms and create new inventions, new discoveries or original artistic creations.
A useful exercise to develop your creative imagination is to make a point of reading and re-reading fairy tales and myths. You’ll find that most of them contain references to magic, but in actual fact they are meant as metaphors.
Myths, fairy tales and the human imagination.
Myths, fairy tales and parables, handed down from generation to generation, have often stirred and stimulated the human imagination and been directly responsible for the creation of visionary concepts.
The creative genius, Leonardo Da Vinci, who used his fertile imagination to produce works of genius in so many fields, referred to a certain “Macchia”, which has its origins in the word “image”, as the “spot” which stimulated his imagination.
Da Vinci was also a pioneer in aeronautical engineering. He was inspired by the myth of Daedalus, the Greek artisan who designed two pairs of wings out of feather and wax for himself and his son Icarus.
Most people never make use of talents they possess.
Like many others, you possess latent talents that have been lying dormant for years; creative powers you have never made use of. These talents may be regarded as your personal genie.
There are techniques available to you that will show you how to release your genie from the prison in which you are personally responsible for holding him captive. You can then make use of your liberated creative imagination to achieve any goal you have set yourself.
When you read fairy tales you’ll find that there are usually references to characters with supposed magical powers. In actual fact these characters are meant to represent the power of the human mind and its limitless potential. An excellent example of this is the fairy tale of “Aladdin and the Magic Lamp”.
The genie in the story is meant to represent the power of the human mind; the ability to use your natural talents and gifts to achieve whatever goals you have set for yourself. The genie represents your potential and your creative imagination.
How to set your “Genie” free.
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by Dennis Fisher