Visualize Your Dreams

Visualization can be one of the best methods I use to creat the success I want for myself. I visualize almost everything that I know I’m going to do in the future. The more I visualize, the closer I become to the outcome I want to achieve. Researchers have found that our brains use the same processes when we perform a task and when we visualizing ourselves performing. This process activates the creative subconscious and focuses the reticular activating system in our brains; we become more tuned in to opportunities that we hadn’t noticed before.

Visualizing your future and success can be manifested through visualizing exercises. It only takes 10-15 minutes a day to visualize the kind of life that you want to live. Be as detailed as you can when you visualize your goals: sounds, feelings, images. Leave no detail out. If you’re having difficulty visualizing, think about what zone you’re in, find some pictures to help the dream, or write out a list of things you want to be associated with your dream. The goal is to get you to think about your goals and dreams and to eventually manifest them into your subconscious.

When the manifestation begins to take root into your subconscious, a couple new experiences will occur. You’ll begin to develop an internal conflict between what your reality knows and what you’re subconscious wants. This discord strives for resolution, and with habitual visualization, you will give your subconscious permission to provide for a better reality. Striving for the better reality is what moves you closer to your goals and dreams. Your subconscious will create new solutions and ideas you’d never thought of before which in turn creates new levels of motivation to complete the small tasks to attain your goal!

 Practice visualizing what you want, what do you visualize when you begin to think about your goals? Visualize your dreams? Let me hear from you! Leave a comment below and follow me on Twitter @alexdbarba!


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