What is visualization and why it works?

Did you know that there is actually a way to trick our mind into believing that we already have something we want in the future?

This trick is especially very helpful for students before finals; or any exam or competition.

I learned this a while ago and to be honest, I did not believe it at first but then I read and heard from many highly successful people, like Tony Robbins and John Assaraf, that they practice it, too. I learned that most athletes practice this trick before their competitions.

And let me confess: It works!

This process is called COGNITIVE PRIMING and it goes like this: 🤓

1- Take a few minutes and write down your goals with as many details as possible. Make the description so accurate that anyone reading it can understand it as much as you do.

2- Read what you wrote and try to feel the emotions and sensations. See the colors, hear the sounds, recognize the smell and picture the end results you desire to create. What does it feel like, look like, smell like to achieve your goal?

This process is creating a model and a pathway for what you will create. This is in fact priming your brain to look for those experiences in the future and make them happen.

3- Now see the end results in your mind exactly as you want it to be. Be patient and do steps 2 & 3 twice a day, upon waking up and before going to bed. After a while, you will notice that your beliefs, thoughts and emotions will align with your actions and ultimately, your results.

Don’t forget this only works if you are working hard towards completing your goals. Action is required as it is the energy and movement that takes the idea (in our mind) to materialize into our physical world.

Try this process while working hard towards completing the goals you have set.

Ready to fulfill your potential?

Priming your mind with taking action combined is what makes what you want happen.

Be blessed.

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