How to Use Audio to Improve Your Imagination

By admin / August 16, 2011

By: Roseanna Leaton
Category: Motivation

We repeatedly hear that your imagination paves the way to your reality. This is a pretty well known fact. But this fact can also be a source of frustration to those who just do not have a very good imagination. They want to imagine great things happening in their lives, but simply cannot seem to see those events in their minds eye.

Try as you can, some people find it extremely difficult to picture things in their imagination, or to effectively run a mental movie. Frustration builds as you know that you need to "place your goals on a time line" and mentally step into your mental movies to propel those goals into a state of reality. You know what you need to do but you can’t seem to get your creative mind to align with your wishes.

Albert Einstein is frequently quoted in his observation that imagination is more important than knowledge. His further explanation for this statement was that knowledge is always limited whereas ones imagination is infinite. In effect, your minds eye is the key to new discovery and to making things come real.

The basic training for ones imagination is the simple task of listening to stories. I’m sure very few of us cannot recall how our imagination was piqued by the bedtime stories that we heard nightly when we were younger. As adults most of us are aware of the impact of soundtracks which are written to enhance the effect of a movie. The music that is played to accompany a horror movie is an apt example here.

Auditory input definitely has the power to trigger and enhance ones imagination. Most people will also be aware of the way in which your emotional reaction to sound is intensified when listening through headphones. The use of headphones would appear to assist in ones focus and almost make you feel as if you are suspended in your own cocoon.

But this does not really explain why ones imagination has such a powerful effect in paving ones way to reality. The answer is in actual fact quite simple and straightforward. In mobilizing ones imagination you access a different part of your mind, the long-term memory store.

As you imagine something clearly and vividly you in effect elevate its strength and it produces a form of accelerated learning as it leaps into your deeper long-term memory store instead of just remaining in your more transient short-term memory store. It thus has more effect. It carries more weight. Therefore what you are imagining and focusing upon is more likely to come to fruition.

Hypnosis is one way in which one can trigger their ability to visualize vividly and clearly. The word hypnosis frequently gets in the way of people understanding the relationship between imagination and memory. There are many myths and misunderstandings about hypnosis that stop people from appreciating its powerfully beneficial effect.

As you listen to a hypnosis mp3 you are in effect listening to a story that in itself naturally piques ones imagination. If you choose to wear headphones the effect will also be intensified. Hypnosis is a state of mind that allows you to access your long-term memory store. You therefore store new images and their associated thoughts, behavior and beliefs in your long-term memory instead of short-term memory store.

This means that with the help of hypnosis you remember and therefore act on your imaginings more easily. Hypnosis can be viewed as creating for you an imagination chamber, that chamber being accessed through listening to auditory input.

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