"All things are possible to those who look within...."
Discover: how to bridge the divide between wanting something and actually acting on your desire with effortless intensity.
What do you want out of life, and why don't you have it? Really, why don't you? Chances are, it's because you are your own greatest enemy. If everybody in the world could simply get out of their own way, they'd have everything they wanted and more.
Our greatest limiting factors come from within. They are solved and dissolved from within as well. And when those limiting factors are replaced with a limitless mindset? That's when you're really cooking with gasoline. Only then you can:
Effortlessly turn your ideas into action
Work towards your goals with white-hot intensity
Imbue every step of your journey with a hero's courage and certainty
The paradigm shift begins with imagining things. As the great writer George Bernard Shaw once put it:
"Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire; you will what you imagine; and at last you create what you will."
As you'll soon learn from this book, that famous quote is much more literal - and dare I say, mystical - than most people ever realize.
In You're Imagining Things, you'll be led down a fast-paced and amusing rabbit hole of supernatural discovery. Sparks will fly as you zig-zag back and forth between the esoteric and the obvious - all leading up to a thrilling revelation on the extrasensory wish-granting mechanism hidden deep within your subconscious mind. Mental imagery "magic" is the key to accessing that mechanism, and once you've realized its possibilities things will never be the same.
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The narration was terrible. He sounds like a high schooler reading a book report. Very dry and boring.
It was short, under 2 hours so i suppose it was worth it.
The content wasn't bad, but the narration really tok away from the experience.
- R. Todish