Creative visualization is a process in which a person uses positive thoughts and expectations to bring about the fulfillment of desired goals or ambition.
This process uses the concept of positive thinking and involves the use of all the senses - sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. It is a powerful tool that communicates a person's confidence and creates an impact to a person's internal and external environments.
Various individuals can benefit from creative visualization - actors, athletes, corporate professionals, and even students - people from different ages, professions, and backgrounds can definitely make use of creative visualization to make achieving their dreams possible.
Creative visualization techniques use the power of the mind. One of the things it does is enable a person to conquer and eliminate the fear of failure. The fear of failure prevents a person from giving his best efforts and stops him from showing assertiveness to achieve his goals. Fears tend to limit a person's capacity to succeed so that instead of being extraordinary, a person comes up with a mediocre and "safe" performance. Creative visualization offers no room for mediocrity, as it offers the individual an opportunity to visualize his success by going through the details of his plans and efforts.
As a mental technique, creative visualization also enhances a person's desire and commitment to achieve. Since the technique embeds a good and positive image of success, a person who undergoes creative visualization experiences a strong sense of empowerment. It gives a person the confidence he needs to do what it takes to achieve his goals.
It can be noticed that a lot of successful people today achieve success because of their unrelenting passion and belief in what they can do. Successful people are largely optimistic and have the discipline to continuously pursue their goals.
©2015 Stephens Hyang (P)2015 Stephens Hyang
More than anything this was a book telling you what visualization is, and I guess it's supposed to be a nuts-and-bolts how-to, but despite the numbered steps, it gave me no sense that I could follow through with the visualization at all. Also, it became clear that it was geared for men, which would have been nice to know in advance. It's nice that men have something written for them, and if it works for you, give it more stars. For me it was a waste of money.
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