Visualization is a powerful practice. I hear stories time after time about successful people who attribute their successes to visualization of their goals. Interesting!
Some of you may be familiar with The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. In this book, Rhonda not only talks about the importance of visualization, but the importance of feeling as if you have already achieved your vision. The more you visualize and feel it, the more likely you are to manifest it your life. Fair warning – I don’t think doing it once or twice gets you there, but I suppose anything is possible! 🙂
The point is that you want to keep your vision at the forefront of what you do. That’s how it manifests. So, how might you make a practice of it? Here are three easy ways.
- Visualize each goal in your mind. Close your eyes and feel the achievement in your imagination.
- Write it down. List out your goals and revisit them on a daily basis. As you read through them, allow yourself to feel any feeling you have associated with that achievement.
- Create a vision board. Whatever you want to achieve, find an image that represents each goal and pin it to a board. Place the board somewhere where you will see it often. But, don’t just walk past it and let it be a fixture on the wall. Get in the habit of stopping in front of it and feel each achievement.
We have a family vision board. Admittedly, it desperately needs to be updated. Good thing it is on the agenda for a family meeting. 🙂 I am also starting my own vision board inside the cabinet doors of my office. Every time I open the door, there it is, greeting me and enticing me to relish in the achievements I will make.
Question – What ideas do you have for practicing visualization? Please share in the comments below.
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“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes