“Daydreams are pleasing to the ego; they bolster it up, for they don’t usually require any discipline or action. The faculty of imagination, when used correctly, is different. Imagination allows you to see a future for yourself, but for it to make any sense, and to be real, there has to be a path from here – today’s circumstances, where you find yourself right now – to whatever circumstances or vision you have for the future. Daydreaming is the brain in neutral, just ruminating, doing nothing. Imagination, however, is visualizing with pictures, it’s not passive, is it? Through imagination you place yourself in the picture, and in the feeling, of a future circumstance or condition that you want.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Sixth Sense”
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