Visualize part two


What we visualize and think about, we manifest. Albert Einstein said: imagination is more important than facts. Visualization is a tool that helps you reach your goals faster. This is done by changing your mental picture on the inside, and then imagine the kind of success you want to enjoy. Visualizing should be done on a daily basis, and the best times are early in the morning and before you go to sleep. When you do it in the morning it will give you clear images of what you want to accomplish during the day. When you visualize your goals as you already have achieved them before you go to sleep, it helps them to become integrated in your subconscious mind. Remember: all your sense should be involved – you should be able to taste, feel and smell your goals. Having set goals, and then daily visualize that you have already accomplished them is important but it is not enough. It is not enough to just believe, you have to do something with your goals. You have to take certain steps every day to reach them, and only you know what steps you need to take to get the results you wish to have. // Marianne


17 responses to “Visualize part two

  1. goals without actions are only daydreams.

  2. reminds me of a scripture – faith without works is dead – basically it means that having faith that something is going to happen is not enough you have to do something about it too.

  3. I am not afraid or against or whatever to call this daydreaming. And maybe each of us has a different definition of daydreaming. We are lucky we really don’t have to have to set a time to do it. Our minds can do so much more than one thought at a time. Without daydreaming……how boring…..

    But do agree on some concentrated thoughts to set the day and night too. πŸ™‚

    • This is not a post about daydreaming, it’s about visualization and reaching your goals. That is something completely different. Writing down your goal is important but not enough. Visualization helps to integrate them into your subconscious and that helps you reach your goals faster. It’s important that you do it every day, otherwise it won’t work.

      I had a post about it a few weeks ago as well, and then I wrote the following: Our brains cannot distinguish between imagination and reality. This explains why it is so powerful to visualise your future, to see and experience the future before it has happened. You can mentally prepare yourself to succeed in various situations by visualising your success beforehand. This is done in a relaxed environment where you use as many senses as possible to create mental pictures, thoughts and feelings that will lead and guide you in the future. Our memories of the future are stored in our brains and thereby create an inner motivation to help us reach our goals.

      A lot of research has been done about visualization, and sportspeople use it all the time. Before they run the 100 meters race in the Olympics have they already ran it hundreds of times in their mind. Business people do it as well. It’s a simple, yet a powerful tool that everybody can use. //Marianne

  4. I like this, I want to try it!!! πŸ™‚

  5. Visualizing is not daydreaming at all. Daydreaming does not manifest anything. If it did, everybody’s wishes would be fulfilled in no time, as we all daydream a lot during the day. It takes concentrated visualizing and repeating affirmations, ideally in a 5-minute meditation twice a day. I manifested a lot of things and situations this way.

  6. Your photo reminds me of Dupont Circle, in Washington, D.C. where I lived for many years.

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