Creative Visualization Is The Missing Piece To Success...

Creative visualization is a process used by all high achievers. Learning how to effectively visualize can open the doors to success, prosperity, and wealth. When you understand that visualizing is the key to realizing, your passions and dreams become certain. Your dreams will become so certain for manifestation just like the sun is certain to rise in the east and set in the west.

Creative visualization is believing and imagining that you already have what you're desiring. This is different than just visualizing because you can picture just about anything: a pop can, a computer, a rock, your house, your car, your bank account, etc., etc. However, creative visualization combines focused and faith believing visualizing. You don't just visualize, but you imagine what you want to physically create in your life with the belief that you already have it.

You may be asking at this point, “How do I believe that I have something, when I can't see it in my reality.” That's a very good question, and I'm going to answer that for you in this article. I'm going to share with you how the mind works, why creative visualization is so vital and important to your on-going success and wealth, and the benefits of visualizing. When you understand and learn these three points, you should be convinced that visualizing is the key to realizing.

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How the Mind Works

The mind is not your brain. Think of your brain as a highly intelligent switching station. In fact, your brain is more complex and more intelligent than all the super computers in the world. Man, what a gift we have!

Your brain's purpose is to send signals, or impulses of energy throughout your body. Your brain collects information, stores information, and helps function your bodily actions.

The mind is inside you and all around you. It's in your feet, legs, chest, heart, etc., etc. Your mind is consciousness, it's awareness or the observer of the universe. Your mind is what creates, not your brain. Creative visualization draws from the mind and uses the brain as a switching station to create feelings, thoughts, and actions. Thoughts or ideas come from the mind and use the brain to reason and create choice.

You are mind, and your body and brain is the vessel in this physical universe. I once heard that we are spiritual beings having a physical experience. Our spirit and mind live on forever, but our body and brain age and die.

When Albert Einstein died his brain was taken from his body to be studied for science. Scientist wanted to discover his thought processes and learn his intelligence. There was only one problem: Albert wasn't in his body to use his brain. It turns out that his brain was useless and served no purpose without him. Albert's mind wasn't there to use his switching station to give science any tangible results.

Without the mind, there is no life. The mind works in mysterious ways and thanks to Quantum Physics we are getting more insights on how the mind and universe really work.

The mind thinks in pictures. The thoughts you think are actually pictures appearing across the screen of your mind. If I tell you to think about your car, what happens? A picture of your car appears across the screen of your mind. If I tell you think about a pink elephant, what happens? A picture of a pink elephant appears across the screen of your mind.

Knowing how the mind works gives you that razors edge difference for success. You now understand that the mind thinks in pictures and that the mind creates. Therefore, the pictures you think about create the reality in your life. Now, I'm not suggesting that if you picture a pink elephant that a pink elephant will appear in your garage.

The reason this won't happen is because we know there are not any “natural” pink elephants out there. Jesus once said, “Whatever ye ask for, in faith believing, ye shall have.” You have to believe that you can have whatever you are picturing in your mind. Once you have that belief, and keep feeding your mind with that picture, it will manifest into your reality.

Learning creative visualization will create what you desire in life and reinforce the belief that you can have it.

Creative Visualization

Creative visualization is the practice of focusing on a desired outcome or circumstance that you want to experience in your life. This visualization technique involves using the imagination to form mental images across the screen of your mind.

When you practice creative visualization, you are sowing the seeds of circumstance for whatever you are picturing. For example, if you want to experience financial wealth and have more money, you must be able to picture yourself already in possession of that money.

Let's say your goal is to earn $100,000 this year. You have to be able to picture your life as a $100,000 income earner. What are you doing with $100,000? What things do you have? What type of person are you? What service are you giving?

If you can see the image in your head, you can have it in your hand. Let's say you want to have a healthy and fit body. If you want to have weight loss, you must first visualize weight loss. See yourself already in that healthy body. How do you feel in that healthy and fit body? What foods are you eating? How are people responding to you differently? What does your body look like?

Creative visualization is the key to success. All of the high achievers visualize their outcomes, even if they don't know they're doing it. Walt Disney once said, “If you can dream it, you can achieve it!” The mind does not know the difference between something vividly imagined or something really happening. Every time you visualize the same picture over and over again, it's like you already experienced your picture a number of times.

Creative visualization can be the spark to ultimate and everlasting success, wealth, and achievement. However, to utilize visualization properly, you must believe that you can actually have whatever you are picturing. This comes from having unwavering faith in yourself and in the laws of success. If you are skeptical about this information and personal growth concepts, I suggest you keep immersing yourself in this subject. Keep reading this website, great books, and go to seminars about personal growth. Gaining more information, knowledge, and wisdom about creative visualization and personal growth will strengthen your belief.

The best thing that you can do right now is learn how to visualize and begin at once with what you got. Even if you're unsure of what direction to take in life, goals to set, or purpose to pursue, you can apply visualization techniques to your current job, relationships, and state of health. You will benefit and have a greater chance of success with visualization exercises.

Some of the benefits you will experience from creative visualization are:

  • Better Self Esteem

  • Increasing Confidence

  • Greater Chance of Success

  • Peace of Mind

  • Faith and Belief

The best thing I can tell you is to understand how the mind works and try on visualization for yourself. Read and re-read this article and study the material on this website. Check out the wealth building articles page for more resources and information about your personal growth.

Understand that the mind and the brain are not the same thing. The brain is a switching station that filters and feeds information and energy throughout your body. The mind is the ultimate creator of your life. The constant pictures that you visualize on the screen of your mind creates your reality. The mind does not know the difference between something vividly imagined or something really happening.

Use creative visualization to your advantage.

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