Power of Visualisation

After studying and implying it in my life, I'm here to share this with you.

It takes courage to stand up for yourself. Never apologize for elevating your thoughts, shifting your mindset from negative people and negative situations and outgrow your personality.

This is a deep and very informative write up that I’ve taken weeks to articulate. I’ve studied the practices mentioned, applied them in my life and observed the shift happening. I’m here to share this with you only after seeing positive changes in the last six months. Read this only if you have a quiet time and are willing to make a shift in your life.

If you were ever involved in competitions or sports, chances are your coach asked you to imagine winning. How does it look, feel and sound? At the time, it might have seemed strange: reclining in a dark room, eyes closed, listening to imaginary scenarios. But there’s science behind visualization practices.

Visualization can feel like a hypnosis session. After all, hypnosis is based on manipulating thought patterns through suggestions. And hypnosis, meditation, and visualization actually have similar neurophysiological profiles. Nothing is being done to you; instead, it’s you who is tapping into something deep within the brain folds, accessing your creative power.

Successful people all over the world use visualization to spawn dreams into reality realms. Visualization is just concentrated dreaming. It’s mind over matter. It’s constructing a life from a space inside our brains.

When digging a little deeper, visualization becomes less about winning and more about self-improvement than anything else. With visualization, you can create a world built from your own energies and desires. There are so many reasons why it will help you grow as a person. And there are so many ways you can do it.

Here are a few of the things that visualization can do for your well-being when it becomes part of your routine:

Visualization builds courage.

Visualization provides plenty of strength and courage to tackle daunting tasks. Afraid to get on stage? Nervous about an upcoming performance? Unsure of how to win that competition? Using visualization triggers hormones and synapses that make it easier to achieve those goals. When you’ve already envisioned the scenario, the real thing will feel familiar and much more feasible. It will be as if you’ve done it before. And inside your brain, you have.

Visualization combats negativity.

Visualization brings moments of positivity in a world sometimes full of negativity. So often, people respond to dreams with statements like, How will you do that? or That’s going to be so hard to accomplish. And yeah, sure, it will be hard, but you’re totally up for the challenge. During a visualization session, you get to live out your dreams despite what others say. It’s an effective way to battle that negative voice inside your own head, too.

Visualization bolsters creativity.

Visualization allows creative moments to exist, something the mind desperately needs. We tend to exist in scheduled spaces and confines of time. Fostering a practice that gives your mind a break from the mundane will be a relief to your psyche. Our brains need breaks—ones full of promise and fantastical visions, ones free from the chains of social constructs and full of creativity.

Visualization gathers energies.

Visualization fulfills the law of attraction, which facilitates dream building. Energy goes where attention flows. Want something bad enough? Then go ahead and dwell on it in healthy, optimistic ways. The more you visualize yourself living the life you want, the sooner universal energies will align with you to give you what you want. But don’t forget that being proactive is required and supports your visualization practice.

Visualization fosters purpose.

Visualization develops a belief in self and creates a fulfilling life. When we lose hope, we lose so much. Hope is a catalyst for change. A life longing for something is worth the effort. Discover what you long for and visualize it every chance you get. You won’t be sorry. Actually, you’ll be amazed at how that personalized longing will propel you in directions you didn’t think were possible. Visualization can make that happen, but first, you’ve got to believe.

If you’re on board with the benefits of visualization, the next question is how. There are plenty of options, it’s only a matter of finding out what works best for you.

Morning Visualization:

Create the day you want in your mind down to minute details. Imagine yourself winning at life and being surrounded by positive forces. Then imagine yourself dealing with tough moments with grace. Prepare yourself for the day first thing in the morning, even before you get out of bed.

Commute Visualization:

Instead of idly sitting by while getting where you need to go, consider using your commute time to visualize what you want out of life. Engage in active thought patterns while in a passive state. Get carried away with your visualization scenes—go ahead, dream big. Let visualization take hold of your soul and propel you toward activity. You’ll be soothed by your dreams, even in a commuter’s nightmare.

Walking Visualization:

While strolling through any green space, use the quietness of nature to project your hopes into visions. Nature burgeons with magical energies, so collect it while you can. Wander through the outdoors consistently to maintain balance from a hectic environment and promote a healthy visualization practice.

Lunchbreak Visualization:

For those who enjoy eating alone, this is the perfect time to reflect. Ask yourself how you’d like things to be better or how you can improve, then picture yourself doing those things. When you visualize yourself doing, you set up neural pathways that make the actual activities easier. Eat visualization for lunch and you’ll be mentally prepared for the rest of the day.

Nighttime Visualization:

Unwind by relaxing to visualization just before bed, a practice that helps you fall asleep in a blissful state, one that generates dreams into realities while you sleep. Conjure peaceful goals that settle the mind and body, then relish in how refreshed you feel the next morning.

If you’ve read till here, I sincerely applaud you for your dedication. Thank you for reading. Love you for that!

—–Have Hope.Keep Faith—–

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29 thoughts on “Power of Visualisation

  1. Thanks for this. Visualizing the perfect spiritual compassionate self is a muscle we could all exercise on a regular basis. Who knows where it would lead us.

  2. Visualization has sometimes been a struggle for me but I’m improving every week. It’s something I want to continue to practice and your post gave me some ideas on how to improve my practice. Thank you, thank you. ~ Blessings, KK

  3. You are perfect in this article.
    I love the way you explained visualisation and it’s various aspects and how we can utilize ourselves much more by practicing it and it’s need in daily rituals well done,
    I appreciate it .

    1. It’s so amazing you feel this way. I myself have studied these techniques and applied them in my life. You agreeing or even having a similar thought, makes me happy you too want to initiate a better life.

      My best wishes are with you. Thank you for reading. 😊✨🙌

  4. Thank you for sharing this post! It’s so helpful and practical with the guided steps on how to do it. I’m learning the power of manifestation and positive thinking in my own life but I’ve never considered visualization as a tool. I’m going to give it a try!

    1. That’s good to hear. I’m happy you’ve chosen this journey. Don’t lose hope and courageously believe in yourself.

      My best wishes are with you.
      Keep smiling 😊 ✨ ❤

  5. Great write up!

    A lot of what you’ve put into your piece, is how I approach each day. Visualization, I’ve never put a name to it; but how you’ve outlined it makes sense. Thanks for sharing!

    I also hope that you saw a word that reflect you within my Hello post picture. It was a post written for those how follow my blog. And I also hope that you achieved your goal for your course. I didn’t comment, but did support.

    Be blessed!

    1. I’ll check out your post for sure.
      Thank you for your kind words.
      Name is just a word, the practice counts. I wish you all the best in your journey. Keep smiling 😊❤

  6. I really liked the ideas yo have hear. I agree with your view of visualization and it’s something that I have been doing consciously and unconsciously.

  7. Hi! After reading your post, I realized that I’ve been doing visualization subconsciously. An eye-opening write-up. 🙂

  8. you have a sweet smile that makes me smile. isn’t that how it works? you give what you get which ;;; isn’t always true but, statistically, it is … isn’t it? it’s actually all done on a mechanical level or maybe on a physics level like for every action there’s an opposite and equal reaction except … this would be positive giving to positive which in the physical world would be two forces pushing against each other going nowhere which is how a lot of marriages end up … but I DIGRESS! thank you for your recent ‘like’. these are the treasures of life … the little sparks that tell me I’ve done something right. thanks again …. ks using T.M., visualization takes a back seat to sound …. the mantra … is it hypnotic? or simply a tool that turns off the mind so that what’s hidden … the creativity and awareness can emerge. the auditory ‘mantra’ is a vibration that is the key that silences the mind and allows the door to be opened …. but I guess if done right, all roads lead to higher consciousness …. oh! thanks again … ks

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  10. Nice explanation. I’ve been intrigued by the idea of visualization but had never seen a good explanation before. One further thought I had is that if you just can’t visualize what you want to accomplish–you try and you just can’t do it–maybe that’s an indication the goal you are aiming at is not the right one for you. Switch to a different goal.

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