Power Of Creative Visualization: The Meditative Mind Is Successful

Creative Visualization

Did you know that some of the world’s most successful people – including professional athletes, actors, business people, artists, and spiritual leaders, attribute their success to one little-known, yet highly powerful mind technique?

Its called “creative visualization”. Used for thousands of years by highly disciplined mind masters, today more and more regular people are using creative visualization to achieve personal success and abundance in their lives.

How does creative visualization work?

Creative visualization, put simply, involves the use of mental imagery to achieve a desired outcome. In other words, you must imagine yourself doing (or being) the thing you want to do or be, successfully, with repetition.

For example, a tennis player wishing to improve their backhand would imagine themselves doing it over and over in their mind (with proper form of course!). A person wishing to have financial success would imagine themselves as already living the life of someone with abundant wealth (nice house, nice car, etc.).

How Does Creative Visualization Work

A few famous people to attribute their success to creative visualization are Oprah Winfrey, Jim Carrey, Richard Branson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jordan, among many others.

What is the secret to multiplying my creative visualization success?

Meditation. In order to have the most conducive mindset for powerfully effective mental imagery, the mind must be still, allowing maximal lucidity of thought, multiplying the effect of creative visualization.

Once meditation melts the many layers of worry, anxiety, depression, and fear clogging up your thought processes, your new-found crystal clear thinking and mind mastery allows you successful creative visualization anytime you want – making your intended goal, whether it be love, good health, wealth, more friends, or success, much easier.

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