Four Steps to Empowered Creative Visualization

Six Simple Steps to Empowered Creative Visualization

By Annette Young | Monday Monday Staff -    2018-06-07    4 min read

Do you struggle to meditate or to bring your creative visualization to life? It is true that the more you can visualize a scene in your mind’s eye, the greater the benefits that can be experienced. Don’t worry if you’re floundering just a little, follow these six very simple steps and you’ll soon be able to live life to the full.

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When we meditate, we look for an outcome.

Perhaps, we want to de-stress, or, to let go of negative thought patterns or just to harmonize mind and body. With creative visualization, we use this in a different way and help to create and achieve future goals.

Practice visualizing regularly and the easier it becomes to manifest a positive outcome. Your aim must also be to make creative visualization an integral part of life. When you do, you’ll see just how much life improves as a result.

1. Set your goal

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To make creative visualization work for you, first, set your goal.

In other words, you need to decide what you want to achieve. It doesn’t matter what it is – a new relationship, self-improvement or, career success. It’s more important to choose a goal that you really believe in.

It needs to be achievable – that’s vital.

This way, it helps you to overcome any resistance you might find within yourself. If you are new to creative visualization, you may not believe that this simple practice can change key aspects of your life but, if you set realistic goals, you may be surprised by the improvements that come your way. Keep practicing, keep focusing on the goal and believe.

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Annette Young

Annette Young has been working as a professional writer for 15-years and specializes in writing health-related articles, books and courses. She has authored 18-books in her own name and has ghost-written numerous books for clients worldwide. Annette is passionate about holistic health and is a qualified stress management, relaxation and addiction counselor. She is currently studying for additional qualifications in complementary therapies so to write as an expert. Annette still teaches meditation privately.

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