....or anything else in your life? Do you think it really works? imagination that is.
I will try it to see what will happen what can I lose right? Have any of you ever tried imagining things into you life and then having them actually manifest in this physical world?
Look forward to hearing your results.
What can you lose?
Time. The only thing you truly own yourself.
If it is important to you to "get out of poverty" you will do well to spend that most precious commodity, time, it a more productive manner.
I am doing that in addition to trying this. Anything that will create the desired result is a good thing right
If your imagination will "create" the need or willingness to act, then it is a good thing. To believe that your imagination will "create" anything at all outside of yourself is contrary to all known experience and thus a waste of your time.
Rather than sit in an easy chair and imagine piles of money, stand of a street corner and sell paper roses. It won't create much wealth, but will still be more than your imaginings will.
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