Power of Visualization

- POSTED ON: Jan 29, 2012

  
 

             

The mind is a powerful thing,
and so is the imagination
or our ability to visualize.

Research says that our minds don't truly know
the difference between things we imagine
and what we experience in reality,
which is why visualizing ourselves
as the successful persons we want to be
can be so helpful in getting us there.

No matter what our goals may be:
short-term, weight-loss, health and fitness,
or long-term, involving life in general,
there is power to envisioning ourselves
where we want to be.

It only takes a few minutes of our time,
but the effect is much longer lasting.
With a little daydreaming,
we can find ourselves more motivated to make
that goal a reality instead of just a dream.


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On Jan 29, 2012 kimberchick wrote:
hi :-) still have to use the left-handed 1-finger peck so this will be short ... I have been doing a lot of reading about visualization recently and I am excited about a dvd I have coming in the mail this week explaining visualization in meditation :-) as always your comments here are spot-on and ultimately helpful, thank you! will communicate more next week when I can use my right hand again lol hope you are feeling good and settling back into a post-holiday/travel routine <3


On Jan 29, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Kimberchick. Let me know the name of your dvd, and let me know how you like it. Hope your right hand is better soon. <3

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