Those who are new to visualization will always ask, “Why do I need to visualize? It’s so hard!”
As much as I say that it may be difficult at first, especially if their minds are cluttered with conflicting thoughts, many give up in the end and dismiss visualization as an ineffective form of “hocus pocus” when they see their desires not being manifested into reality.
Visualization, however, is a very important step if you are to materialize into reality your most fervent desires. In fact, this is the primary tool or technique that I use for creating what I want.
Let us take a look at the reasons for visualizing your desire:
Visualization enables clarity of the mind
The most common problem that people have with visualization is that they are unable to clear their minds because of the clutter of their thoughts.
By visualizing your desire, you will be cutting through the cloud of all these unnecessary thoughts, leaving just a clear picture of what you want to bring into the Physical Plane.
Think of your mind as a TV set with dials to clear the picture. Imagine yourself turning those dials until you have your desire in crystal clarity.
Visualization hones the focus of your will power
With your desire clear inside your mind, visualization moves to sharpen the focus of your will power upon what you want to bring to reality.
To succeed in this, you need to have fixed and workable goals that you can imagine yourself accomplishing with little to no effort. This will help to focus your intent on achieving your desire.
Such a sharp focus will also keep your mind trained on your desire/goal. In doing so, you will not be easily distracted by what is happening in your surroundings.
Your brain does not distinguish between reality and the visualized
Research in neurology revealed that performing a particular act in reality AND imagining yourself doing this same action activates the same areas of the brain.
If you imagine yourself doing the same thing over and over, the brain exhibits neuroplasticity (wherein actual physical changes take place within the brain, including the formation of new neuronal connections between Read more…