In putting together my collection, Exit From The Matrix, I returned, time and time again, to my research-work with hypnotherapist Jack True, and the practices and exercises of the early Tibetans, for whom imagination was a way of life.
The Tibetan view was: whatever the universe “is,” it can be approached as a product of mind.
In doing so, the extraordinary power of the individual comes to the fore.
And ultimately, that power is creative.
Insights into the nature of creative power come with action, with doing. And so, in Exit From The Matrix, I describe and offer dozens of imagination techniques that can be practiced on a daily basis. Continue reading