Shift to Think Purpose

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Writing is a True blessing.  Any form of art draws out the True self.  Many do not understand their creative talent.  The scope of exploring, curiosity and being in the moment of Oneness will propel the True self to come out as a jewel of talent.

Why is imagination an important tool to use to open the door of creativity?

 “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein


Tapping into imagination is a primitive source of the True self.  When one can imagine, all is possible in the scope of the Quantum field.  This field opens the door to infinite possibilities.

“Disneyland will never be completed.  It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.” – Walt Disney


I remember reading where a mother asked Albert Einstein.

“What do I do to help my child be a scientist like you?”

Albert Einstein responded.  “Read fairy tales.”

The mother was shocked.  “Really, what should he do?”

Albert Einstein responded. “Read more fairy tales.”

Is it possible there is a portal of creativity through imagination?  Frugal inventions must come from somewhere in the Unknown.

Writing my children’s book came from the Unknown.  While writing this book, I was in the creative zone.  I was not aware of what was going on around me.  That is why I would not cook anything while writing because I would not be aware of something burning on the stove.

Tapping into imagination creates a blue print of reality with the Divine source.  Nothing is predictable with imagination.

The gift of imagination is a True blessing.  Creativity blooms to reality.  It serves a purpose in this world.

Imagination is the prism of reality.  – Claudia Casciato


Happy Writing!





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