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How to use Creative Visualisation

Creative visualisation is not simply positive thinking but the use of imagination to create a desired outcome. You are Ďdeliberatelyí trying to create what you want to experience in your physical world. 

Creative Visualisation is only to be used for good, to create harmony and happiness for yourself and others. Trying to use it to control others in a harmful manner is focussing on the negative and these will become a reality in your experience. Any use of creative visualisation to control, influence or persuade others or a situation in an attempt to gain what you want in a negative or harmful manner will create more of the same in your experience. It creates a discord in the natural balance between who you really are and the Universe. Only you can create your reality and others theirs so trying to change others is pointless.

Remember if you play out a horror movie youíre not going to experience a comedy!

Think of yourself as the Producer, director, script writer the movie maker!

The steps to follow are:

  1. You need to set yourself a goal, a desire you want to experience;
  2. You have to visualise, have a clear picture of your desire;
  3. Think of your desire as often as possible;
  4. The desire should produce positive energy, through positive thoughts, feelings and emotions.

Sometimes it is helpful to write down as much as you can about the end result, the things you want to creatively visualise into your experience. Put in all the details, the feelings, the characters, the scenes, locations, the conversations what ever fits into making it real for you. This helps in keeping you focused and helps build the imagined outcome. It also helps ensure you cover all areas. For example if you are going for an interview think of all the things you might have to do to prepare; how you will get there; who you will meet, what you will wear, what questions you will be asked. Then you can play out how you will react and undertake to all of these. You may see yourself doing the research on the company; imagine what the office will be like, how you will travel to the offices, how you will get on with interviewer and how well you answer the questions; how you will react when you receive the letter offering you the job and finally seeing yourself in the job, the end result, your desire fulfilled, as if you already have it.

As the Movie Maker you have full control of every detail. If thereĎs something you want to change, change it. If you need to add something, add it. Donít leave things to chance. Chance isnít being creative it is taking what you're given and hoping it works out! 

As you are creatively visualising the end result as if already in your reality it isnít always necessary to put in all the steps. However, it is good practise because there may be things you desire that require other elements. For example if you wanted a bigger house and hadnít thought about how you could afford it and run it, you might think about this afterwards and doubt may set in. This may push your desired outcome into a different perspective even out altogether because you now believe it was unachievable. If you visualised yourself wealthy then this would be more realistic in seeing yourself in a bigger house. By thinking through the details you would remember such things. The example given above with the job interview is just to show you that what ever the end result it is important to get in as much detail as possible so it feels realistic and believable to achieve.

You should try starting off with small things, things that seem realistic, believable and achievable to you. This will build confidence in the power of creative visualisation and you can then move onto bigger things! 

Remember you visualise all the time, you create your own reality. Because itís not often seen as deliberate you donít recognise it as being your creation. All your realities are your creation without exception. Start monitoring your thoughts, feelings and emotions and you will start to notice your creations!


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