Get What You Want Through Visualization
Created by Author, Speaker and Success Coach Dee Woolridge. Visualization - Elite athletes use it. The super-rich use it. And peak performers in all fields now use it. The daily practice of visualizing your dreams as already complete can rapidly accelerate your achievement of those dreams, goals, and ambitions. Learn simple techniques to tap into your super power.
Welcome to Get What you Want Through Visualization
To get started with a basic visualization, think about one of your goals for the future. Close your eyes and try to imagine different scenarios that could occur if this goal were a reality. Find the images that most excite you in your body and focus on those. Once you’ve gotten clear on the images that excite you and represent your goals, it’s important to visualize them often in your mind's eye, to continuously trigger the power of your subconscious. Here are some visualization techniques that can help you stay on top of it.
1. Watch the video in Lesson 1
For information and insight on why visualization is so powerful and tips on how and where to use it.
2. Listen to the guided visualization in Lesson 2.
The element of guided relaxation can help you tune into your subconscious mind and strengthen your connection to your goals. Make a ritual out of listening to them daily until you are able to relax and visualize on your own.
3. Passion and Purpose Visualization Exercise in Lesson 3.
Perhaps you need a bit of help and encouragement in finding your passion and purpose in life. When you know that, you will find it easier to choose an image to visualize. This exercise will help you.
4. Create a vision board.
One great way to make a physical representation of your goals is to create a vision board. Collect words, images, and art that represent your goal and place them on a board or anywhere where you'll see them every day and be reminded of what you're working towards. You will find detailed instruction on how to create a vision board in the Ultimate Law of Attraction Kit.
5. Make a new nightly routine.
Every night when you go to sleep, spend about two minutes picturing the images of your future success. If you made a vision board, look at it right before bed and again first thing in the morning. According to Wayne Dyer, the last two minutes before you fall asleep at night stay in your subconscious mind for up to four hours while you’re sleeping, making this a great time to do your visualization.
When you imagine your future success, your subconscious mind will draw in people and opportunities to make that future success a reality. So give visualization a try and create the future of your