Creative Visualization is a powerful tool that can help you manifest your desires and achieve your goals. Once considered “woo-woo” or dubious by those that dismiss Law of Attraction, Creative Visualization is becoming more mainstream. Many leadership and self-improvement books recognize the benefits of creative visualization for boosting confidence and goal achievement. Psychology Today even did a story about it during the summer of 2016. So how can you reap the benefits of creative visualization?
9 Helpful Tips to Maximize the Benefits of Creative Visualization
1) Start by clarifying your goal or desire. Know exactly, with as much detail as possible, what you wish to achieve.
2) Ignore how you got to your goal. With visualization, you focus on the end results, not how you got there.
3) You want to visualize the goal as if you are achieving it during your manifestation or the moment just after you have your success. If your goal is a bigger house, pick the moment that you walk through the door after purchasing the home. If you want a new car, visualize the drive from the dealer’s lot to your garage. Trying to close a tricky sale? Imagine your customer thanking you for your service after the deal is done. Be present in the moment of your visualization.
4) Get in there and really feel the emotions you would feel during such a time. Feel the joy and happiness of reaching your goal.
5) Add your five senses to the visualization. Desiring a beach vacation? Smell the salty air, squish your toes in the hot sand, feel the breeze and sun on your skin, hear the waves crashing onto the beach, and taste the cold beverage you are enjoying. Make these feelings as real as possible.
6) Be soft and easy about your creative visualization practice. Look forward to it and enjoy it as it happens. Don’t treat it like one more daily chore. Treat it like a delightful, mini-vacation to be rejoiced. After all, won’t you rejoice when it becomes reality?
7) If you have any disbelief in the benefits of creative visualization or doubts that you can achieve your goal, start smaller. Pick something that you can really feel without doubt or negativity. Once you see results from your visualization practice, you can build momentum until you are focused on larger goals.
8) Keep the habit. Habitual visualizers reap more benefits so practice on a daily basis.
9) Accept your visualized goal as real. Feel and know that it is done. You’ve achieved it! Congratulate yourself in your visualization.
Do You Have a Visualization Habit?
Creative Visualization has become more and more popular. People who once considered it taboo will openly talk about their visualization habit and the success it has brought to them. Do you utilize creative visualization and receive its benefits? Have you ever considered trying it? Drop us a comment down below, we’d love to hear your thoughts.