Mastering the Art of Creative Visualization to Create The Exact Life You Want

If you asked me if I set specific goals for 2020, I would proudly answer "yes!"   But if you asked a follow-up question of whether I had a clear vision of the outcome of each of my goals, I'd remain silent.

Truth be told, aside from writing down and reviewing my goals, I neglect to take the next step necessary to ignite the reality creation process.  My mind doesn't have a clear image of what my goals actually look like in reality.   This image is crucial because it acts as a compass to guide you in the direction you need to go.

During this quarantine, a lot of people have challenged themselves to acquire a new skill/habit.  If that's something you want to do, I encourage you to consider adopting creative visualization as an easy habit to implement.
Creative visualization is defined as the process of purposefully generating visual mental imagery.   Simply put, you're setting aside time to create clear, mental pictures that align with exactly what you desire. 

If you can't picture what your goals look like, can you feel confident that you'll ever reach them?

Many Law of Attraction experts claim that visualizing can accelerate the manifestation process.  While that may be true, I'd like to come at it from a different perspective. 

Yes, it's important to visualize your ideal outcome....but I'm here to tell you that it's just as critical to visualize the goal achieving process.

Here's an example.

You can choose to imagine yourself as being 10 or 20lbs lighter.  Or you can picture yourself doing a 20-minute at-home workout first thing in the morning.  For most of us, picturing the process needed to manifest is easier than seeing the final outcome.

Which of these scenarios do you think would create more internal resistance?

1.) Creating a mental picture of you doubling your income


2.) Creating a mental picture of you working on your business daily.

Sometimes picturing an outcome that's completely separate from our current reality is a little challenging.  Especially if it's hard for you to create mental pictures.  Visualizing isn't really my thing.  I have a hard time picturing a goal if it's too far away from my current reality.  But picturing myself completing a series of tasks is definitely doable.

I'd love to become better at visualizing.  There's no better time to develop this skill than now.   One of the best times to try this is right before bed or first thing in the morning.  Use this technique to motivate yourself into completing tasks that you've been avoiding.  Visualizing can also qualify as a feel-good activity.  Instead of feeling bummed about having to stay in the house, let's visualize what we'd like to experience in the near future.

You have nothing to lose except for a few minutes of your time.  From those minutes you can result in a vast number of benefits.  Check out this video to learn more about the visualization process.

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