Active Imagination & Thought Power

Have you ever wondered why happiness seems a given for some and unattainable for others? And why is it so difficult to change course, alter our behavior, or make decisions? A significant part of this has to do with our dream power, thought power, or active imagination. You could also call it your imagination.

Can you look beyond your current situation? Can you transcend the current situation with the power of your thoughts? It requires you to focus beyond the present circumstances. (I don’t mean that you should avoid your feelings; feelings are meant to be felt. Emotions will transform by allowing them.)

Everything you give attention to grows!

Most of us have had periods in life when everything seems to go wrong, or when anything that can go wrong does go wrong. The law of Murphy. If you focus on the failures in life, they will increase, but if you focus on the blessings, big or small, they will also increase.

We deal with several natural laws, cosmic principles, universal laws. They are also called principles. You don’t need to believe in them, but they always work without exception. Compare it to gravity, whether you believe in it or not, gravity does its job.

We can make these principles work for us or against us.

What are your dreams? What are your wishes? What have you always wanted to do? How would your life look if you could dream endlessly and everything was possible and there were no limitations? And how does it feel when this dream has come true? How do you look? What do you do? What do you say?

But above all, how do you feel? Based on your internal feelings, you attract circumstances that match what you feel inside.


Do not respond mentally, but stay with what you feel. Immerse yourself completely in the FEELING of the desired outcome. See it in front of you as if you already have it and, again, stay in that feeling and don’t leave it. Carry this feeling with you throughout the day. If you lose it, tune into it again. And set aside time for this.

Often, we get stuck in visualizing and then experience the difference between the current situation and our dream. We are then left with feelings of lack. This lack is what we send out, and what we send out is what we attract. Very literally.

If we tune into our dream with the corresponding feeling for half an hour a day but are frustrated or irritated for the rest of the day, we will attract more situations that give us these same feelings.

You often see this when we look for a partner from a feeling of lack, emptiness, or need. These feelings are what we send out and will be mirrored back to us. We are then only confirmed in these feelings of lack, emptiness, and need.

If you can tune into the feeling of fulfillment, gratitude, or the feeling you would have if this wish is fulfilled, and manage to stay in these feelings as much as possible, then you will attract situations that confirm these feelings.

If we send out neediness, it will be confirmed. If we send out acceptance, fulfillment, it will also be confirmed. You often see this when you have found a partner and suddenly become a magnet for potential partners. This is not a coincidence but energetically systematic based on sending and attracting. The law of resonance.

Or you go for shopping because you need an outfit, and you can’t find anything. You send out neediness, and it gets confirmed. When you walk around the shops without needing anything, you see everything. The neediness is absent now.

When you realize you don’t actually need anything, you will attract everything! So try to stay in the feeling of fulfillment, gratitude, and acceptance, and you will get it confirmed. And it applies to all facets of life, including self-healing. The placebo effect is a good example of this.

Do you want more love in your life? Be love!

I wish for all your dreams to come true!

For extensive information on this topic, please refer to  | inspiration | The power of thought

Book recommendations: The Whole Elephant Revealed, Marja de Vries; Becoming Supernatural, You Are the Placebo, Dr. Joe Dispenza; Mind Over Medicine, Lissa Rankin; The Law of Resonance, Pierre Franckh.