The imagination is the most powerful tool we possess as human beings. It is our imaging device that we create our world with.

When you say, ‘Oh I must have just imagined it,’ you are in effect playing into your limitations, or rather the limitations placed on imagination by societies and religions. In reality the imagination has no limits. Using your imagination you can explode through boundary after boundary until you are exploring realms and dimensions that are dissimilar to Earth and all that we know upon it.

If we had no imagination we would be as animals. Sentient beings but without the ability to create our world. The imagination is what makes us amazing.


Image by Rhezus Magdayao from Pixabay

So why is it treated so badly? I was once told by a school teacher that my son used his imagination too much. I had to sit on my hands to not throttle the man! It served to show me how the education cannot cope with classrooms of children who use their imagination. And it has been shown that the most intelligent, creative and imaginative children are often the most disruptive in school, because they are bored, but also curious and had the feeling of constriction placed upon the mind in a school environment.

I got round this by writing and drawing constantly. Both of these mediums allowed me to use my imagination and the creativity that stems from it. But I have learned far more in my own studies since leaving school than I did while attending.

The problem that any controlling group has, is how to keep a peaceful environment. No matter how good the intentions of this controlling group, they can only control by limitation. If you encourage the imagination to be studied, explored, and expanded you encourage people to rebel against the limitations you set in place. When you reach the place I am at, having broken through boundary after boundary, you look at the world differently. You feel as if you are, for the most part, living on a planet populated with an inferior species. That sounds awful, but the vast majority of people have a completely different perspective to me on what life is, what matters, what you can and can’t do….the list is a long one.

I am not being arrogant, or talking through some godlike complex, it’s just that I have used my imagination to break through my inner limitations. You soon learn that by doing this you find new limitations that you then push through only to find more. In this way your imagination expands.


What the controlling groups fail to see is that as your imagination expands, and you see the problems of society from a higher perspective, you engage the heart more. So you do not become war like, or have some wish to overthrow anyone, but instead you want to teach and show others how to be and feel this way. Because nothing surpasses it.

You want to raise humanity to your level. Its lonely up here!

So what exactly is IMAGINATION.

I think of it as the place where our conscious mind connects with our subconscious mind AND our higher consciousness, which could be called the Energy mind or the Soul mind. It is a meeting of these three parts, which is why it is such an epic tool. By using your imagination properly (and this means engaging all the senses and emotions into your imaginings) you can affect the world you live in. As we know from the law of attraction, which is gradually becoming a proven theory within Quantum physics, if you combine feeling with vision of what you want, effectively, that thing will materialise, as long as you can eliminate doubt. Where people trip up when using the LOA is that they forget that they are engaging imagination. In fact many people do not know how to use their imagination at all. The current society produces a very much robotic mind state with a set life path, which, when deviated from, causes problems for the individual, because others judge them, and society stops supporting them.

By Kirsten Ivatts

As an edge dweller myself in many ways, I know this to be true. Wouldn’t it be a relief to all those trying to engage the LOA if they were told you just have to spend some time imagining it….of course explaining that proper use of the imagination involves ALL the senses including the sixth sense. Many people try so hard and fail, and then think they must be useless or unloved or the Universe has something against them or that karma is working against them. Of course this is also their imagination at work, but only working within the subconscious state, but as the subconscious mind controls the brain and how the body functions, it has a lot of say over what your reality actually becomes. It is only by teaching people to engage all three areas of the mind that the imagination is fully utilised.

The imagination is like modelling clay, or a sand box, or a chalk board. You can dream something up, even bring it into form, and then, if you don’t like it, you can wipe the slate cleans and begin again. That is how it’s meant to be used, but people get caught in their societies version of life and don’t realise they can break free.

I believe that, by growing the imagination we light up areas of the brain that usually lie dormant. Here is something to consider. I think there is a link but I have no proof. Only 5% of the Universe is normal matter. The rest is made up of dark matter and dark energy. What is the dark energy, approximately 65% of our known Universe, is what we dip into when utilising imagination?

I believe that our imagination is our power to shape energy, AND to engage with energy as if it were a data stream. As we blast through boundaries we encounter new data streams, different energy stemming perhaps from a different source. This energy reacts with our three minds slightly differently allowing us to imagine in more powerful ways. This means that you start to switch on things that are thought of as paranormal or fantastical in nature. Telepathy, psykonesis, psychic abilities, all the clairs, and all those things that are apparently only available to Buddhist monks who have sat in meditation most of their lives such as teleportation, floating in mid air, moving things with the mind, healing people. In fact all they are only people engaging in different data streams that hold different information and switch on different areas of our DNA, lighting them up to produce memory that we do not usually have.

Did you know that if you imagine your body doing something, lets say running, and you really feel as if you are engaging in that activity, your body will change, muscle will grow, as if you had really done it? You must do it daily and diligently, just as you would if you were actually running. This type of training is utilised in sports, by musicians, and in other ways and is proven to work. This is the imagination, used correctly. It can actually fool the part of our brain that runs the body into building the muscles and abilities needed for the task. If its proven why isn’t more time spent using this? Especially in rehabilitation. Is it lack of time? I think it is more a lack of belief that this is possible by Joe public, and so becomes a waste of time and energy on those who could help them implement it. Isn’t that a sad indictment of our society?



The Forest of Beech

The Forest of Beech

The forest is magical today. Beech leaves stream down like rain, carried on a breeze lit by the orange glow of autumn sunlight. The birds sit high up in the treetops, their voices carrying down to the undergrowth of brambles, fern and foxgloves stems, hanging down, brown, lifeless, yet dropping seeds for new growth come spring.
You walk carefully, there is no path here. Stepping over the grasping brambles you hope the direction is correct. The only map you have lies deep in your heart, and at times it falters, you pause, you fear you must be lost.
But just as you think you must be crazy to even try to find this elusive route, it shows itself once more, in the cry of a blackbird flitting through the tree trunks, or the spotlight created by an opening in the canopy overhead, a golden halo crowning a sapling, still clutching a few of it’s orange leaves.
And your heart opens. Your feet follow the signs. Until the next time to pause.
Image Kirsten Ivatts 2020
What is an Interdimensional Traveller?

What is an Interdimensional Traveller?

‘What is an Interdimensional Traveller?’ I hear you say?

Very simply…it is exactly what it says…someone who travels within lots of dimensions.

That doesn’t help much?

Well lucky for you, in this here blog, I will be taking you on my travels as I explore these dimensions. In my travels you may recognize things, react to things, have a deep inner knowing about things. You may have to think differently about the world you know.

Sometimes you may think I am talking nonsense; you may put it all down to an overactive imagination. That is fine. I am OK with that. My imagination IS very active. It is the vehicle in which I travel. However, the nonsense part…that I may take umbridge at if you mention it. You can think it though. That’s your privilege!

This blog will also contain downloaded messages I receive from my ‘team’ who call themselves The 9. But it isn’t just the 9 because their name also contains two symbols. So their full name isn’t pronounceable, but is instead an energetic construct that creates a frequency that I tap into. Yet The 9 are also part of my Over soul, and so are a part of me.

So, all in all this may not be your usual type of blog. But it should be an interesting one, hopefully one that inspires you to set off on your own journeys, into who knows where, and bring back knowledge, wisdom and experiences that will change who you are.

If you are already an Interdimensional Traveller I greet you in kinship. I hope you will share your journeys with me too.