What If We Used Our Imagination To Ignite The Song In Our Heart?

Imagination is more important than knowledge.

–Albert Einstein

I used to wonder what Einstein meant when he said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” I was a pretty bright kid and got good grades in school, but I was also the kid that would stare endlessly out the window of my classroom, my imagination running wild. It wasn’t until I became a teacher and taught for many years that I began to realize what Einstein had meant. And then I wondered why we all had to wait so long to figure it out for ourselves. If only we were taught the power of this simple truth early in life, then amazing things would start happening for us in our youth, rather than later on in years.

What we think about, we bring about. So what are the thoughts running through your mind today? What have you been imagining? What do you find yourself daydreaming about?

Here is something you can do to allow your imagination to go to work for you.

♥️ Think of something you would really like to see happen in your life!

♥️ Find time each and every day to live out this dream in your imagination. Act as if your dream has already come true and feel its feelings as though they were real.

♥️ Keep a daily gratitude journal and write down 3 things you are grateful for. Then write 3 dreams you would like to see come true and allow yourself to feel gratitude for them as if they have already happened!

I believe imagination brings our dreams to life! May you listen carefully to the song in your heart today!

Watch this video of ‘Just Imagine’ by Janie Lidey & Wood Newton ⤵︎

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Janie Lidey
Janie Lideyhttps://janielidey.com/
Janie Lidey is a dynamic speaker, best selling author, Emmy winning songwriter and Grammy-winning music educator. In 2017, Janie was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic breast cancer. When the doctors told her it was incurable, Janie told them that didn’t work for her. In addition to the surgery, radiation, and medication prescribed by her doctors, Janie began the process of radiating hope into her mind, body, and spirit. Just five months after the diagnosis, Janie was cancer free! She is using her miracle story and inspirational music to infuse hope, love, and light into her audiences. While taking the year off to heal, Janie wrote her new book and companion CD, “Radiating Hope ~ Cancer Unplugged”. This project has become Janie’s vehicle for helping people see that whatever challenges they are facing in their lives can be harnessed as blessings and lead them to their miracles. Janie has lived in Alaska for over thirty years. She taught music in eight remote, fly-in-only villages; was the choir director and guitar teacher at a high school in Anchorage for seventeen years; was a forklift operator for a salmon fishery in Bristol Bay (where she occasionally sang and played her guitar in the saloon during fish closures); skied double black diamond, expert-only ski runs; paraglided off Hatcher Pass; ran a Segway tour business around Lake Hood and built her own log home with her husband, Sean, where they have lived together with their son, Tristan, for nearly twenty years.