Visualization is the practice of imagining what you want to achieve in the future. As if it were true today. It involves using all five senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing. The process of visualizing directs your subconscious to be aware of the end goal you have in mind.
Visualization is important because it helps to prepare and to teach you how to respond to a situation before it happens. It also helps you achieve your goals by conditioning your brain to see, hear, and feel the success in your mind.
5 Steps for your Visualization Practice
- Write what you want in detail, engaging all five senses.
- Imagine the emotion attached to the outcome.
- Take action every day toward your desired outcome.
- Expand your knowledge.
- Make time to consider your visualization.
Close your eyes and imagine the desired outcome with all related senses and all emotions. Write your desired outcome as if it’s true in the present day on an index card.
Repeat for 21 Days.