The Power that makes Achievement and Attainment Inevitable.
CERTAIN WORDS in the course of long use gather so many strange connotations that they almost cease to mean anything at all. Such a word is imagination. This word is made to serve all manner of ideas, some of them directly opposed to one another. Fancy, thought, hallucination, suspicion: indeed, so wide is its use and so varied its meanings, the word imagination has no status nor fixed significance. For example, we ask a man to "use his imagination," meaning that his present outlook is too restricted and therefore not equal to the task.
In the next breath we tell him that his ideas are "pure imagination," thereby implying that his ideas are unsound. We speak of a jealous or suspicious person as a "victim of his own imagination," mean-mg that his thoughts are untrue. A minute later we pay a man the highest tribute by describing him as a "man of imagination." Thus the word imagination has no definite meaning. Even the dictionary gives us no help. It defines imagination as (1) the picturing power or act of the mind, the constructive or creative principle; (2) a phantasm; (3) an irrational notion or belief; (4) planning, plotting or scheming as involving mental construction.
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Using short quotations from the Bible and from Blake, Yeats, Emerson, Lawrence, Quintillian, Hermes, and the Hermetica, Neville reveals the Power that makes the achievement of aims, the attainment of desires, inevitable; showing that the Christ is the human imagination.
In this book the author talks about how to manifest his imaginations and receive what you have longed for. Powerful and yet easy to understand everybody. Not more than a day's reading, but it will shed a new light on many things.
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