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Visualize The Life You Want

If you find yourself feeling frustrated that you aren’t living the life you desire then visualize the life you want. This article can help you move forward in the direction of your lifelong dreams. When you visualize an end in your life, you imagine what life is going to be like upon accomplishing that result. If a specific goal you’ve clung to over the years isn’t possible for you now, read on.

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Let’s say you’ve always wanted to be a doctor but now, here you are-40 and feeling like you can’t achieve the one dream you’ve always wanted. But maybe now you do not want to spend 10 years in college studying before starting your required career.

In similar instances, how are you able to create the life you would like using visualization?

Before visualizing, adjust what you would like in life to realize an identical result.

What if you tweaked that dream a touch so you’ll visualize accomplishing a revised goal that will bring happiness? Using the above example, you would possibly plan to become an RN instead.

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You’ll visualize working within the same setting you wanted to before: a hospital with physicians while managing health issues with patients.

Be open in your quest. Visualization requires a particular mental flexibility that permits you to encompass all possibilities. What do you really want to be doing in your life? What must be done to achieve those goals?

Allow yourself to openly acknowledge what you crave to try to together with your life. When you can do this, you can better visualize your dream.

Write down your goals, one by one. Doing so will enrich your thoughts about what it will take to achieve your dream. Record tasks you’ll accomplish to ultimately reach your required outcome. In order for visualization to work, it’s important to know specifically what it is you’re after and the steps you must take to reach or exceed your wants.

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Construct a mental picture. In your mind, paint an image of the scene during which you’ll achieve a desired accomplishment.

Using the above example, you’d possibly imagine where you’d be and what you would be doing once you receive your nursing degree. What will you wear? Who else will be present? How will you feel at that moment?

Have tangible representations of your dream around you. Create an area at home that represents the goal you’re striving to accomplish. Using our example, you could display a nurse’s cap, stethoscope, and banner from the local college with a nursing program on a table in your den.

Touch or hold the items during visualization. Possessing tangible representations of your dreams makes your goals real and will serve as daily reminders for you to pursue your goal.

Practice your visualization. Spend 5-10 minutes daily closing your eyes and imagining the scenes. Ensure you’re sitting in a relaxed position in a comfortable chair. Keep your dream alive by visualizing your success in achieving it.

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The more you repeat your visualizations, the more motivated you’ll be to take action to go after your goals.

Each day, ask yourself, “What must I do today to make the life I desire?” Your actions including your consistent visualizations will galvanize you to get whatever it is you would like in life. Reflect on how the steps you took today figure into your goal achievement.

When you combine powerful visualizations with deliberate actions, you’ll have whatever you desire. Now, close your eyes and visualize!

However, even with the best of intentions, and even if you know how you want to think, feel, and act to have the life you want, you still may unknowingly sabotage yourself. You may need help in realizing and reaching your goals.

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