Imagination is the eye of the soul. 

           -Joseph Joubert

The possibility of life is inherent within the capacity to imagine what life is, backed by the power to produce this imagery, or Divine Imagination.

The Science of Mind, page 187

Divine Imagination

Ernest Holmes often tells us to imagine a better life, greater health, beloved friends or more prosperity. But what if my imagination is rusty from disuse? How can I get it to work more effectively now?

Recently, I've been using guided meditations to expand imagination. We start in a brick arched tunnel. I call it the Evensong Hallway. It stretches to infinity, capable of accessing unlimited doorways to glorious vistas in time and space. Each door takes us to a place where we truly belong. Through each, we can experience living in the heart of God. We are always greeted by loving guides who may be human, angel, animal, or plant. Or anyone else you can imagine!

We are born anew in each of these new time/space realities. We have a chance to feel fresh, to play and grow. Want to know what prosperity feels like? Set your intention to visit a land of prosperity. You will be guided to the perfect doorway, and have an experience of wealth to expand your consciousness of abundance. Want a loving mate experience? Just intend to walk through that door, and you will.

As you walk through some doors, you may find you are no longer yourself in this life. You may be a prince, a lioness, or a twinkling star. Expand your consciousness beyond your current identity. Know yourself as Spirit expressing as all things everywhere. Feel free to visit Evensong anytime you like.

I open my mind to infinite imagination. I open my heart to eternal love. I relax, knowing that as I expand my consciousness of wellbeing, my outside world keeps changing for the better.

Connee Chandler, RScP

Published in SOM Magazine, May 6, 2000

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