I'd like to start this thread with an interesting quote I found online which was on the information about a conference featuring Brian Weiss. I have thought up a few interesting theories about the 'limits' of our imagination below. I suppose they can all relate to being in soul or human form: 1. Everything we can imagine, no matter how wild, will likely exist somewhere. 2. Everything we can imagine, no matter how wild, can be created, even in our psychical form, otherwise we wouldn't think it. (I like this one and IMO I believe there's probably truth in this). 3. Our individual imaginations as humans comes from LBL experiences/memories. If you look all around you in the room you're in just now, everything you see was once imagined by someone. Our natural world, including our biological bodies and the likes, would have been imagined by a higher spiritual source. I remember an interesting section in one of Newton's books which was based on his subjects talking about learning to create things out of their imagination and actually bringing them into existance. Fascinating.