Stick with the very first image. As you go along do not second-guess or rewrite, nobody is judging so you don't judge yourself either. Just the very first thing that comes to your mind. There are no right or wrong answers, it is just a fun game. And like with all game the more honest you are the more you will get out of it.
Congratulations, Today someone has given you a gift -- a car. What does it look like?
What is the first image that comes to your mind?
Quickly describe the car, . . . seriously, stop what you are doing right now, grab some paper and a pen and write down very detailed information, describe it using your senses sight, touch, smell, and sound. Go head and do it. This is a rewarding experience. Just take the time quickly and do it.
What kind is it, foreign or domestic, model, year, condition (provide lots of detail from the roof to the tires, the interior is . . . . looks like, feels like, smells like, the exterior is it damaged, slightly damaged, where is the damage located, or is it in perfect condition), and the color of car. Give yourself a second, can you think of anything else you want to add that you forgot? Does your car have heat, air, do the windows, doors, etc work? Do you have a place for music, what kind, radio, CD, or no music at all?
Where will you store your car? In front of your house, in the driveway or in the garage?
Who is the first person you are going to share the news with that you just received a car? Who else are you going to tell or are you going to keep it a secret & surprise others?
What do you do with your car?
Are you proud of it or embarrassed?
Some people will choose to use this gift right away, others will not.
Some will wait a minute, some will wait an hour, some will wait a day, a week, a month, a year, or a decade.
Some will never use their gift. Why not -- it is a gift, so why wouldn't you use it?
Some will not use the gift because they don't trust the gift itself. It might not work; It might be broken; It might fail to take me where I need to go, or they devalue the gift and say that it is not good enough for me; I need a different kind, a better quality.
Some will not use the gift because they don't trust the gift giver. Never heard of Him/Her before. What I have heard about Him/Her is not good.
Some will stay in their house, look out the window, and long to use their gift.
Some will listen to encouragement of others and use their gift.
Some will listen to discouragement of others and not use their gift.
Some will grab their keys and use their gift.
Some will have great success first time out using their gift.
Some will not.
Some will ignore the warning signs & get into an accident.
Some will blame the gift for the accident & not use the gift again.
Some will acknowledge that they ignored the warning signs & take responsibility.
Some will read books & take classes to improve their skills.
Some will use their gift again & now have great success, because they have learned to use their gift.
Some will use their gift & still struggle.
Some will stop using their gift.
Some will continue to seek knowledge until they have learned to use the gift successfully.
Some will use the gift to get to places they want to go.
Some will use the gift to get to places they need to go.
Some will find new freedom & power that using the gift provides.
Some will travel to new places. And some will not.
Some will listen to the discouragement of others and stay close to home.
Some will take their gift beyond their horizon line.
Some will use the gift to adventure out into the great unknown.
Some will meet the Gift Giver and thank Him/Her.
Now recall the first time you received your gift was it your perfect dream car, something different & still valuable, something less valuable, or a fixer-upper?
Now imagine that some time has pasted, what did you do with your car? What shape is your car into today? Have you taken great care of it? Have you listened to the Owner's Manual and did what it said? Have you done the required maintenance & tune ups? Did you invest in some upgrades? Did you take your gift for-granted? Did you share it with someone else throughout the years?
Did you let someone else borrow it, use it, or abuse it?
Or Did you get rid of it? Did you substitute your gift for someone else's gift?
Some will discover that their car, their Gift, represents their intuition/instinct and that great gift is a God-given gift.
When did you discover that your gift was your intuition/instinct? Right away, pretty soon after, mid-way, towards the end, right before the end, or not until the very end?
It doesn't matter when you discovered your gift -- the only thing that matters is that you use it, and thank God for it!