“Before you can do something that you’ve never done before, you have to be able to imagine it is possible”  Jean Shinoda Bolen

 Once you have decided on your focused goal and know why you want it, how you will feel when you get it and have a plan of action to accomplish it, you need to spend at least 10 to 15 minutes every day reviewing and reinforcing this information.

Using Creative Visualization is a fun and effective activity that accomplishes this reinforcement and also can provide new insights and actions to take to achieve your goal quicker or easier.

It has been said that the pictures in your head turn into the reality in your hand.” Tommy Newberry, Success is Not an Accident

Creative visualization is a tool that imprints new pictures into your subconscious mind. It is up to you to practice the vision you want to bring into reality.

Visualization does not refer to just images, but should also include what you want to hear, smell, taste, touch and feel. It should include all your senses. 

Visualization is an activity that can and should be practiced and perfected. You are in charge of programming your mind for success. You must be willing to become very picky about what thoughts and pictures you choose to have occupying your mind. Your mind is ready to obey your every command if you sincerely, clearly and passionately know what you want and can see it in vivid detail.

Creative visualization is a way to plant the seeds of success. It is up to you to plant visions of success, accomplishment, fulfillment and fun in a way that is vibrant and alive, so much so, that you can see, feel, touch, taste and smell your success.

 “Your subconscious mind is responsible for your long-term success, failure or mediocrity”. Tommy Newberry

Action

Choose one, or ideally, both of these visualization experiences to use with your focused goal.

·  Outcome visualization

Experience your achieved goal in rich sensory detail.  (It is ideal to have this written out. Be sure to include enough room to add new details that come to mind.)

See yourself with your end goal accomplished and complete.
What does that picture look like?
How do you feel?
What are you saying about your accomplishment to others?
What are others saying to you?

This can also be a mental imagery that you do everyday. Just be sure to have paper and pencil handy to capture any inspired thoughts or actions that come to mind during the visualization.

·  Process visualization

In this visualization, you mentally preview the necessary steps to accomplish your goal.

See yourself taking the necessary actions easily and effortlessly.
See the perfect people and situations showing up at the exact moment you need them.
See yourself as confident, self-assured, comfortable and relaxed.

Make creative visualization a part of your daily routine and see how your life changes for the better.

Please share your success stories using creative visualization!


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