A lot has been written about visualization, affirmations, positive thinking, etc. And I understand that when one has done any of these things and failed to manifest their desires, they stop believing. However, I’m also here to verify that visualization does work.
Firstly, you may wonna think through some of the things that promote negative experiences. With a closer examination, you will discover that it is through repetitive negative VISUALIZATION (e.g. television, internet, negative AFFIRMATIONS through self-talk or discussions, and/or negative THINKING, that our negative experiences are created. My argument is hinged around the fact that we are able to create negative experiences using the same portals, yet fail to create positive ones.
My reasoning and experience behind the preceding reality is that we are more determined and focused on employing these portals to create negative experiences than when we opt to create positive and desirable ones.
Whatever your story is, I just want to console and remind you that if you can use your mind to create the negative, you can use it to create the positive. The mind doesn’t know the difference. Whatever you focus on is what it creates in your reality. The next time you are sad or worried, remember the intensity you employed to manifest your feelings and then employ the same mind-state to religiously visualize, get into feelings’ mood, and think about your desires with profound determination—just like you do for the negative.
The four visualization steps that I have employed to manifest my desires are as follows:
1. Get clear about what you want.
2. Establish how you will feel when you achieve your desires.
3. Create related pictures in your mind; who is involved? Where will you be? What will you do when you achieve your goals?
4. Close your eyes twice daily and get your mind to experience your desire. At first, it might feel like you are making things up. But don’t worry; just do it anyway. And before you know it, you will be a pro at it. Go through the exercise for at least 30 days.
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