The Power of Visu­al­i­sa­tion

Weekend Mirror - - CHILDREN’S CORNER -

I am sure you have heard the ex­pres­sion, “What you see is what you get.” In my ex­pe­ri­ence, this is a strong phrase when it comes to at­tract­ing the things we de­sire in life. That is be­cause what we choose to see and fo­cus on what is likely to come to pass!

Many of my stu­dents have heard me talk about the value of vi­su­al­iza­tions to in­crease health, at­tract wealth, and im­prove re­la­tion­ships. In these dif­fi­cult times, I thought that it would be a good idea to bring this up.

The idea of us­ing vi­su­al­iza­tion to at­tract de­sired items or sit­u­a­tions is not a new one. Vi­sion­ar­ies like Cheddi Ja­gan, Janet Ja­gan, and Pan­dit Reepu Da­man Per­saud un­der­stood the power of vi­su­al­iz­ing what you want and where you want to go. They shared this mes­sage with the pub­lic, and over time their knowl­edge bore fruit for many who tried and ben­e­fited from their tech­niques. As a re­sult, vi­su­al­iza­tions have be­come a pop­u­lar, sim­ple, and ef­fec­tive method for man­i­fest­ing what you want to come to pass.

Com­rades, many goals can be achieved through vi­su­al­iza­tion, and it is a rel­a­tively sim­ple tech­nique to un­der­take. You just need to take the time on a reg­u­lar ba­sis to imag­ine things you want to have hap­pen in your life as if they have al­ready come to pass. And you can com­bat pesky, neg­a­tive thoughts by re­plac­ing them with vi­sions of what you de­sire to cre­ate.

The more de­tailed you make your vi­su­al­iza­tions, the more pow­er­ful they will be. Be­gin by pic­tur­ing what you want in your mind’s eye. Once you have achieved this step, ex­tend your cre­ative vi­su­al­iza­tions to in­clude sounds, smells, tastes, and feel­ings as­so­ci­ated with the ob­ject or sit­u­a­tion you de­sire. This last step will dra­mat­i­cally in­crease the ef­fec­tive­ness of your vi­su­al­iza­tion.

Let me give you an ex­am­ple. If you want a new car, vi­su­al­ize the car in your mind’s eye or pic­ture it in your drive­way or garage. Then make your vi­su­al­iza­tion more ef­fec­tive by imag­in­ing your­self in the driver’s seat, feel­ing the lux­ury of the seats, en­joy­ing the fab­u­lous sound sys­tem, smelling the new car smell, and en­joy­ing the feel­ing of ac­cel­er­a­tion and han­dling of the ve­hi­cle. By mak­ing your ex­pe­ri­ence as full and com­plete as pos­si­ble, you will be send­ing out many mes­sages to the Uni­verse to fill your or­der for a new car.

Be sure to thank the Uni­verse be­fore you have al­ready re­ceived what it is you de­sire. Act­ing as if you al­ready have it and ex­press­ing grat­i­tude ac­tu­ally in­creases the power of your vi­su­al­iza­tions even more!

My com­rades, I hope you will find these tips on vi­su­al­iza­tion help­ful and that you’ll give them a try. I feel sure that as you ap­ply these ideas you will be pleased with the re­sults. I also feel con­fi­dent you will find good Health, Wealth and Hap­pi­ness in bring­ing the many things you de­serve in life by first vi­su­al­iz­ing these things.

Happy 67th An­niver­sary to the Peo­ple’s Pro­gres­sive Party (PPP). Re­mem­ber to pur­chase and read your copy of the Mirror News­pa­per and tune to Free­dom Ra­dio, stream­ing on 91.1 FM in GT and its en­vi­rons, 90.7 in Esse­quibo and 90.5 in Ber­bice. Stream­ing on­line free­dom­ra­dio Fol­low us on Face­book at free­dom­ra­di­ogy.


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