• sometimes
  • Yes, and creative as well. : )
  • Yep, being imaginative helps me understand situations by visualizing things.
  • No. I like to stick with reality instead of being delusional in a fantasy. Having an imagination holds back a person from real life situations and preventing them from getting real if you catch my meaning but I could be talking to a wall if I’m not being understood. People with imagination hide from reality. Reality can be upsetting for some people but they have to get their head around things eventually. We each see reality in our own way and to allow for head space for that to happen meaning to stop trying to mess with people’s minds. Part of the reason why some people have an imagination is to do with peer pressure because the person allows mind controlling people to mess with their mind causing them to be delusional.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      You're confused with imaginative thinking. Having an imagination does not hold a person back. How else do you think inventors come up with ideas to invent a product?
    • Shadow Of The Mind
      People who invent products use ingredients or objects that Earth provides as they experiment with the use of their mind but there is a certain type of imagination for that. When it comes to made up characters and stories for a book or movie, that requires the type of imagination that can hold the person back from doing certain things in their life itself. Usually people who have a certain type of imagination miss out on emotions and not in tune with the natural world if you know what I am trying to say.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Intellectual or constructive imagination is effective. It helps inventors be creative. As for "imaginative fantasy," I agree, it leads to delusional thinking.
    • Shadow Of The Mind
      Imaginative fantasy was what I meant to say. I just wasn’t sure of how to put it.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Got it.

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