A New Teaching: Imagination with Jon Rappoport

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“Everything you can imagine is real.”
~ Pablo Picasso

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on the Solari Report, Jon Rappoport delves into the subject of imagination:

“Imagination is already there in every person, as a potential. To put it in a slightly different way, imagination comes into being the moment you want it. Even more accurately, perhaps, imagination is imagining. It’s an action. When you want to take that action, you can.”

I’m one of those people who has an unquenchable thirst for Jon’s encouragement to shift my imagination into high gear. Mr Global has literally gotten a vast majority of the human race to forget the power of our imagination. If enough of us wake up and tap back into this power – watch out!

It may be that what people experience in their lives is the reality they continuously imagine. As Jon puts it, life is about the process of subconscious invention:

“I once spoke with a woman who had, for many years, struggled to win a victory in a just environmental cause. She was a veteran activist leader; and she had never won what she was seeking. She was stymied. I told her she had to imagine a new kind of strategy, and I gave her a simple writing exercise that would enable her to get outside all the familiar campaigns of the past. Within two minutes, she found what she was looking for. Which is to say, she imagined it. I wasn’t giving her knowledge or content or a system or an answer. I was showing her a way to invent something new, on her own.”

Jon’s teachings on imagination for the Solari Report now constitute a classic:

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Jon Rappoport for the Solari Report