How to Live Out Your Imagination: Sing Into Your Hairbrush

How to Live Out Your Imagination

Imagination is a powerful tool.  There are many examples of people imagining something over and over again before it happened.

Actress Kelly Preston knew she was destined to marry John Travolta after she saw her future husband on a poster for Grease as a teenage girl. She was leaving a movie in the late 1970s when she saw a poster of the actor.

She says, ‘I did have sort of a flash. I came out of a film, saw the poster for Grease and I knew I’d be with him. I just knew. I was about 16 years old. I really knew it and it turned into, ‘I’m going to marry that man,’ and so he likes to tease me that I walked out and said, ‘I’m going to marry that man’” and then ultimately did.

Taylor Swift KNEW she wanted to be a singer/songwriter from the start. At the age of 11 she took a demo tape to Nashville, but was rejected by every record label in town. Taylor didn’t give up, however, she knew what she wanted to do and wasn’t going to take no for an answer.

They had a knowing which made them start acting as if it already happened

Famous author Wayne Dyer says that before he starts writing a book he creates a cover first for the book and places it on his desk. This allows him to visualize the finished product and puts him into a flow of creativity.

Famous golfer, Jack Nicklaus imagines every shot in detail before he swings. He says:

“I never hit a shot even in practice without having a sharp in-focus picture of it in my head. It’s like a color movie. First, I “see” the ball where I want it to finish, nice and white and sitting up high on the bright green grass. Then the scene quickly changes, and I “see” the ball going there: its path, trajectory, and shape, even its behavior on landing. Then there’s a sort of fade-out, and the next scene shows me making the kind of swing that will turn the previous images into reality and only at the end of this short private Hollywood spectacular do I select a club and step up to the ball.”

They imagine themselves in an environment before it happenes with some using all of their senses (sight, hear, feel and smell).

How Do you Live Out Your Imagination Too?

What can we learn from this?

Is there something you are wanting in your life?

You have a built in success mechanism and by imagining the end goal first, using all of your five senses you start to know that it is already done..

  • Familiarize yourself with the environment “sing into your hairbrush” so if you are wanting a new house visit a new neighborhood, contact a realtor and familiarize yourself with the environment or if you want a new car go to the dealership and test drive the one you want

You might find as you do this that  limiting beliefs and feeling surface. Be aware of those feelings and say to yourself “Thank you, but you no longer serve me.”

  • Motivate yourself be surrounding yourself with images of your goals or of a success in the past.
  • Reduce negative thoughts by focusing on positive outcomes,
  • See success
  • Set the stage and make a mental run through of how your life would FEEL when you obtain your goals,
  • KNOW that this is your destiny and whatever desires you have are there so that God can live and experience all that there is through you.

We are inherently powerful co-creators with the universe so grab your hairbrush and imagine the superstar that you are. It is time to live out your imagination.


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For more articles similar to this, please check out Imperfection Rocks! Live Life Imperfectly, Everyday is Wisdom, Episode 1, How Do You Imagine Your Day?, and Are You Immoral?

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