Test your own reproductive imagination to determine your strengths or weaknesses.
And in doing this you should remember that the following questions are not posed in order to determine what you know about the subject, but just how vividly–in other words, with what clarity of life–the mental image is presented to your mind and how close it is to the present reality.
Visual imaging tests Go into a quiet room, close your eyes and try to keep every distraction from your mind. Then ask yourself the following questions:
- Do you remember how your room looked, this morning, when you left the bed, the style and texture of the rug, the color of the walls, the designs of the toiletries on the dresser and so on of every separate piece of furniture and decoration? Can you see the entire room as clearly as if at the moment you were in it? Or is your mental image blurred and questionable?
- How well can you see the distance between your house and a distant object? Do you have a distinct impression of the visual elements deciding this distance?
- You can see birds flying in the air? A vehicle speeding down the road?
- Can you imagine an orange surface? A blue surface? Try every primary color; which is most distinguishable from the eye of your mind?
- Can you see the ground smooth? A rocky surface? A surface shaped? Is there a flat surface? A cube? Is the cube solid?
- Do you remember how every word appeared on the printed page when you memorize a poem?
- Can you hear the ringing of your door-bell in imagination?
- Can you create an auditory thunder image? Of the rocky shore waves breaking? Of a street-car going by?
- Can you hear a mouse’s squeak mentally? The bird’s twitter? A silent child’s breathing?
- Do all these images come to you through reality’s distinction?
- Do you remember a voice that you haven’t heard in ages?
- Do you recall the sounds of a whole range of piano music?
- Do you clearly remember the smell of strong cheese? Of the rain? Of all the roses? Of coffee?
- Is it evident to your mind that this is the smell you remember, not the taste?
- Can you remember just how milk tastes? An apple?
- Try to imagine that you are biting a lemon wedge. Does it pucker your mouth? Does it seem like a real lemon? Do you get the shivers?
- Can you imagine the taste of sugar? Of salt? Of pepper?
Pain and Touch
- Can you relive any past physical suffering in imagination?
- Can you remember the feeling of underwear made of silk? Of the pajamas that you slept in?
- Are you able to re-experience a feeling of exhaustion?
Heat and Cold
- Can you imagine a warm feeling? How about being cold?
- Is ice feeling recollection differ from your burning memory?
Go through the list of questions above and remember the responses carefully. You will discover in yourself some personal characteristics that you have never dreamed of.
Try these questions about your own family’s other members. You’ll be shocked at the different outcomes. You will perceive the reason for the ability to do and enjoy many innate differences.
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How to Cultivate Mental Imagery
Think about what a huge part of the imagination plays in the business world, and you’ll see how important it is to know your own kind of sense-imagery.
To some degree, it is possible to develop the ability to create mental images in order to improve one’s health for different types of work. This self-culture is based on enhancing the sense-perceptions ‘ vividness. It’s enough for your present intent to realize that in any way you need to improve your sense-imagery ability