Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Tip#568: Visualization & Your Imagination, Part 1 – 6 Movie Tips

Ahhhhh! I continue to be in a state of bliss while enjoying the sunny weather, clear blue skies and the cool breezes of early August. Part of my feel good state is because of an amazing book called Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain. It has helped re-activate my imagination which is one of my greatest gifts. It has also helped deepen my meditations and add fun with picturing elements that would take my life to new heights!

There have also been inspiring stories in the news recently. On Aug. 5th NASA's most advanced Mars rover "Curiosity" landed beside a Martian mountain. While here on Earth swimmer Michael Phelps made Olympic history with 22 medals at the London 2012 Olympics. Phelps himself attributes creative visualization as a key to his successes. And the idea of exploring Mars also started with people imagining it would happen. Visualization and imagination go hand in hand and can also be demonstrated through the magic of movies!

Bedtime Stories (2008)
This family comedy is about a hotel handyman who tells bedtime stories to his niece and nephew. Whenever the kids add some element to his stories they magically come true.

Bridge to Terabithia (2007)
This fantasy drama is about of two ten-year old neighbors who create a fantasy world called Terabithia to play in together. It becomes a magical place to learn about friendship even though some people first appear to be enemies.

Finding Neverland (2004)
This semi-biographical movie is about the man who created Peter Pan and the family that inspired him. The film also shows how adults can bring out their playful spirit through a child's infectious delight while watching a play.

Imagine That (2009)
This comedy film is about a workaholic father who is inspired by his daughter to tap into her and his imaginary mind and world for solutions to his business goals.

Nim's Island (2008)
This adventure fantasy film is about a young girl who seeks the help from the author of her favourite adventure book series to find her missing scientist father. She is also aided by the hero from the books come to life through her imagination.

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)
This science fiction adventure film shows a mentor teaching his apprentice how to use The Force. Part of his training is to close his eyes and feel and visualize the objects around him.

We all have an amazing imagination waiting to be activated and played with. Imagination is the key to creative visualization that then leads to manifesting our dreams and goals. Just tap into the eternal child within you, close your eyes and create pictures in your mind that excite you!

Related posts:
Tip#535: You Can Rewrite Your Life, Part 1 – The Cabin in the Woods
Tip#573: You Can Rewrite Your Life, Part 2 – Frequency
Tip#738: You Can Rewrite Your Life, Part 3 - Stuck in Love
Tip#568: Visualization & Your Imagination, Part 1 – 6 Movie Tips
Tip#663: Visualization & Your Imagination, Part 2 – Bedtime Stories
Tip#572: Manifesting Miracles - Ruby Sparks

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