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Monday, November 8, 2010

Understanding Visualization



I'm sure you've heard the term visualization and the important part it plays in manifesting anything you want in your life. But what exactly is visualization and how can you make it work for you? How can you make it be an effective tool to attract your desires? We'll look into visualization and uncover the mystery behind it, which really is no mystery at all.

Did you know that you use visualization every day?

You may not be aware of it but when you are so engulfed in your imagination of what could happen or what has happened in your life in the past, you are activating the tool of visualization. The problem, however, is that what you're visualization is what you may not want to manifest in your life. Many people don't realize that what they're thinking about and seeing in their imagination are being recreated and thus begins the vicious cycle of attracting what they don't want.

So how can this be turned this around?

First, let's try to understand what visualization is? According to The Free Dictionary, Visualization means 'to form a mental image of'. But what exactly are you forming a mental image of? Is it of how bad things are going in your life? How bad things were in your life? How awful your experiences are or have been? How much money you don't have? And the list can go on and on. 

But all the while you're visualizing your misfortune or dissatisfaction, (yes, you are seeing a mental image of your life), you are sowing new thought seeds which are recreating your life with the same mental seeds you're sowing over and over and over again.

Now that you know, let's use the powerful mental tool 'on purpose' to create the life you desire. Think about what it is you truly want to manifest. What is it you really want? Don't let your mind focus on how many times you've failed or how hard it is to achieve your goal. Focus on your life as if you're already living your dream. What does it look like?

Ok, take the time to absorb this information and think about what you want. Tomorrow we'll go into the Mindset to Correctly and Effectively Use Visualization.

2 comments:

  1. Loved your post! Great iformation. I admit that sometimes I forget to use visualization. Great reminder. Susan

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  2. Thanks Susan. It's a mindset that needs to be practiced in order for it to become a habit.

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