Visualization is by far one of the most powerful tools for a good setting and attracting what you want. Yet few people know how to properly visualize. With the right technique, you can begin to see outstanding results in successfully attracting what you want, granted you fully apply what you learn.
First, you are visualizing all the time. You may not be aware of it but you are always conjuring up images in your mind. When you are speaking on the telephone to someone, you are most of the time trying to see in your mind what they are telling you. You also visualize when you are deep in thought. When you are, worrying about when the Covid-19 pandemic would end or worrying about the way you would really like to live your life you are also visualizing what you want.
The hard part however is to use that creative force to actually attract the things you want. This is where many people go terribly wrong.
Here is a great test to help you understand the most effective way visualize. Think of the last time you were deep in thought. Now try to remember what that felt like. If you can recall that time, you will notice that you were deep inside of yourself. You were unaware of anyone or anything and as you were allowing yourself to visualize you could feel clearly that you were having the experience as if it were real. That is the power of visualization.
When people ask all the time how I visualize the things I want, I tell them the same way you visualize the things that you do not want. You see, when you are feeling anxious and fearful you lock yourself away in your inner mind with those images. You lose sight of other possibilities and if it is something that happened to you, then you recreate it in its full detail with all your emotions all over again.
Try to immerse yourself with full emotions when you are trying to create the things you want. Many thoughts may come to distract you but if you will redirect your mind to what you do want, your mind will be trained to hold that thought.
Many tools and techniques can greatly empower your ability to visualize if you really have a hard time. I personally use visualization techniques on a daily and weekly basis to archive my goals and to teach my students how to play various West-African Djembé rhythm .
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