Imagination is a spiritual path

by Jon Rappoport

July 25, 2019

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Living through and by imagination is a path.

But no one defines it for the individual who is moving along it. No one lays it out. No one is in charge of “the end result.”

And no one explains exactly what discoveries will be made along the way.

Philosophies, metaphysical and spiritual systems, and religions are all about content. They fill in “the reality behind the reality.”

They depict places you will arrive, and what you will find when you get there. They present cosmologies. They paint pictures.

They tell you what you must do and avoid doing, in order to see what they see.

But the secret behind the secret behind the secret is: you see what you see. You see what you imagine and create and invent.

It’s your substance and content. It’s your painting. You’re painting it.

You do the imagining.

Why is this a spiritual path?

Because as you go, answers to questions you have will spontaneously arise. Answers to the big questions.

This is a side effect of living through and by imagination.

But again, these will be your answers. They aren’t prepackaged.

In fact, you may find that the answers you’ve previously accepted as final and ironclad turn out not to be your answers at all.

Living through and by imagination means that you create and invent what you most profoundly want to create. Not just today, or tomorrow, but on and on, without end.

It is a path. It has no conditions attached to it. You aren’t obligated to believe in some particular thing in order to embark on it.

The history books and the spiritual books don’t mention this path. Those books have already decided what paths they prefer, and what the end result should be.

A creator creates. The process and the engagement produces multiple realities that never existed before. New spaces, new times, new energies.

New life, new future.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

5 comments on “Imagination is a spiritual path

  1. Judith de Haan says:

    Great post. I have, at the tender age of 62, determined that imagination and curiosity are the best things about being here. In fact, the source of joy.

    Love your work. Keep it coming.

  2. ´´They aren’t prepackaged´´

    Creating, designing and generation from nothing = everything.

  3. Greg C. says:

    Who are you going to believe – the pontificateurs, or your own eyes?

  4. Greg C. says:

    Two years ago I took a course in BodyTalk, in which I learned to “inquire” into another person’s body, to find out what their current “priority” is. The body will tell you what it needs if you know how to listen. It may tell you that it needs the pituitary linked to your left kidney. It may try to remind you of some long-forgotten trauma or unconscious belief that is blocking communication between parts of the body. It was a week-long exercise in practical imagination, letting strange-sounding messages come out through a simple process, speaking them, and then helping the other person to process them mentally and physically. Even though I did not follow up on becoming a practitioner, I learned a new approach to problem solving, to let the underlying problem “speak”. So if I get stuck solving a programming problem for a client, I often discover that there is an unconscious fear or belief that is in the way, blocking progress. Identifying it is often sufficient to clear it. Sometimes, I find that the problem itself is defined incorrectly and “solving” it will just make things worse.

    That’s my path – it works. No need for me to know how. I don’t go to a guru or authority for rational advice, I just presume that deep down, the answer is simple if I just let it come forward and speak, and then go with it.

  5. Jon

    Whereas your assessment of the power of creativity is significantly correct, I would disagree with you belief that nothing is “prepackaged”.

    Everything, ultimately must lead to one (nothing included). A supposed extra-terrestrial agency glibly termed “Ummo’s” expanded the Vedic “seven heavenly states [dimensions]” into ten (two dark, seven light) culminating as all-expanding “repository” causing time.

    The remarkable symmetry of “random” (sic) atoms indicates there is a root cosmic script that has been designed/planned/crafted. Thoughts, in my opinion, run along “tracks” which may or may not be intercepted/influenced/directed by external bodies (higher entities).


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