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Creative Visualization- A guide

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Creative Visualization – 10 Fabulous ways to create what you want!

1.  Anyone can do it

Many people are under the impression that creative visualization takes a lot of skill and is reserved for athletes that have been trained to visualize by their coaches, or just those who are naturally visual. Those people are good at visualizing but that certainly doesn’t mean that you can’t learn to visualize.  It just takes the desire to learn and then practicing it just like you’d practice anything at which you want to become proficient.

 2. You’re already doing it

How many times have you imagined a scene from a movie or from an earlier time in your own life?  Have you ever recollected a scene from a play, or remembered what a photo looked like?  Have you drawn something from memory or even tried to do your make up the way you saw a professional do it?  Well, all of that takes creative visualization. If you’ve done any of that, and I’m sure you have, then you’re already visualizing.

3. You have a built in screen in your mind Click to Tweet

You can close your eyes and imagine the inside of your forehead as a blank screen.  It’s the natural placement of your eyes and actually quite comfortable.  Just close your eyes and imagine the inside of your forehead is a blank screen.  Then you learn to project a picture onto the screen.

4. Creative visualization is a powerful tool for manifestation

It’s long been said that the key to bringing something into your life is to see it first in your minds eye. First as imagined, then you begin to feel it and to believe it. Visualizing is a powerful tool to bring what you’re visualizing into your real life.

5.Your brain doesn’t know the difference
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Science has discovered that the brain doesn’t really know the difference between visualizing doing something and actually doing it.  It’s been used as a training tool with athletes for decades now to improve their performance. It was found to be especially useful after an injury when an athlete couldn’t use their body, so instead, intensely used visualization techniques to keep and even improve their performance.  Creative visualization literally creates a training schedule in the mind. It’s been tested and it works!

6.The more detail you add to the picture the better

The brain accepts the picture you’re having as the real thing when you put rich details into your visualization.  Have fun with it and while you’re picturing something just fill it in with colorful details. Being creative is an integral part of creative visualization techniques. Simply ask yourself what types of things you would see or notice in real life.  Then attempt to add them to your picture.

7. You can imagine sounds along with your visualization

Do you remember the sound of your alarm clock for example? I’ll bet you do, or the sound of the school bell when you were a child.  How about your mom insisting you get up for school when you just wanted to sleep for ten more minutes.  That’s what I mean, just add the memory of sound to the picture. Sound adds reality to your creative visualization.

8. You can imagine smells

Do you remember the smell of freshly baked cookies, or even burning toast?   You just close your eyes with the intent of remembering. The idea is to fill in the picture using all of your senses. When you engage all your senses in your creative visualization it becomes a complete picture.

9. You can bring anyone you want into the picture with you.

Close your eyes for a moment and remember back to sitting around the table with your family on a holiday, or even a Sunday night dinner. Notice how you can remember where everyone sat, or even the jokes they might have shared with one another?  Notice the first one to dig into and hog the mashed potatoes?  Yep, that’s what I mean. It’s that simple when you allow it to be.

10.You can step into your visualization

Now as you’re seeing that family dinner or occasion notice where you were sitting.  Who was on either side of you and what you may have been viewing from your vantage point.  OK, now take a deep breath and simply imagine for a moment that you can step into that scene as you were at that time.  Just take it very easy, have fun with it and soon enough you may even taste those mashed potatoes.

 

For a more detailed teaching and explanation of Visualization Your Key to Happiness


be sure to download my free 30 page book that clearly walks you through the process so you can become proficient at this creative visualization tool for manifesting your desires.  It ties right in with the Law of Attraction and you can get it by subscribing in the box below.

 

 

 


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9 Responses to Creative Visualization- A guide

  1. Lorane
    Lorane January 17, 2014 at 4:31 PM #

    The Creative Visualization book should be out within one or two weeks. If you signed up for my Free 5 minute meditation for Peace & Clarity, MP3 immediate download, you will be on my email list and get a copy of the book almost as soon as it comes out. You can sign up for the MP3 at the bottom of the blog or on all other pages of my website there is a box for you to do this.
    Thanks for your interest.
    Lorane

  2. bhaagam January 17, 2014 at 12:43 PM #

    when will the book be available? please let me knom. Thank you 🙂

  3. cici January 17, 2014 at 10:39 AM #

    Lorane, can i use this in winning a lotto?

    Light and love, cici

  4. Michele Penn
    Michele Penn January 17, 2014 at 1:47 AM #

    Lorane, fantastic blog on Visualization. You make is so easy to understand and so easy to follow. If your fans are looking for a more detailed teaching and explanation of Visualization your 16 page guide Visualization, Key to Happiness is so nice of you to offer for free. Thank you again for an insightful blog. Peace and love, Michele

  5. Pankaj Tendulkar January 16, 2014 at 6:53 PM #

    Had tried visualizing for a long time but was not consistent ,tried Silva method too,but with ur suggestion on using inside forehead ,I seemed to have found the missing piece of the puzzle ,thanx.

    • Lorane
      Lorane January 16, 2014 at 7:16 PM #

      I have a free ebook coming out within a week or so that will deepen your understanding of visualization. It gives you step by step instructions so that you can master this powerful way of conscious creation. Thanks for your comment.
      If you’ve signed up for the free downloadable meditation you will receive my ebook as soon as it comes out. You’l find the box to put your info in on the top right of this page.
      Lorane

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