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Definitions: (1) using or showing vision, creativity, or productive talent; (2) able to conceptualize or feel a situation other than that within one’s personal experience

Synonyms: conceptive, ideal, inventive, original, poetical, romantic

Too Far: Imagination taken to an animated level becomes fantasy. Fantasy taken too far makes for an unreal inner world. Balance your fantasy with handson experience and followthrough.


What is now proved was once imagined. — William Blake (1757-1827) English Poet

Imagination is more important than knowledge.

— Albert Einstein (1879-1955) German-American Physicist

Most people look at what is and never see what can be.

— Albert Einstein (1879-1955) German-American Physicist

Don’t rely on words or equations until you can picture the idea they represent.

— Lewis C. Epstein and Paul G. Hewitt (1930 – ) American physicist

You can find in a text whatever you bring, if you will stand between it and the mirror of your imagination. You may not see your ears but they are there.

— Mark Twain [born Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835-1910) American Humorist

Look about you this moment: Everything you see and touch was once [an] invisible idea until someone chose to bring it into being. Any powerful idea is absolutely fascinating and absolutely useless until we choose to use it. — Richard Bach (1936 – ) One


• Reality responds to imaginings like lightning to a rod. There is a corresponding actual reality in direct proportion to the potential reality of your imagination. 

• You can use your imagination against yourself too. We are very creative about how we should feel – good or bad. Most of the negative selftalk is pure imagination.

Color: yellow

Symbols: 1) wings; 2) flight; 3) the moon; 4) Gemini (zodiac)