Have you heard this quote by Tony Robbins Life Coach? “What you have in your mind on a consistent basis is exactly what you will experience in your life.” It has been said a number of different ways (“I dream, therefore I become” “You you know it”). Often I have found to buy these hard words; always sound a little idealistic to me. The idea of imagining an ideal life and hoping that magically manifest has ever recorded.
However, some of the most outstanding people I know swear by the display, the practice of using mental imagery and positive to achieve goals and create change thinking. I’ve become a little more open minded to the process recently, so I asked some of its champions for some tips on how to implement the display in my own life.
Here are some words of wisdom that were shared with me about how to use the practice of visualization to take action, make the change, and turn wishes into realities of life:
1. Remain calm and be honest with yourself.
Relax. Close your eyes. Where do you see your life heading in the next two or three years? What happens after that? Are there things you would change? What are they? Visualization is the process of creating a mental image or intention of what you want to happen in our lives. This makes clearer the future. Imagining how you want something to be is the first step towards it.
2. Do not confuse visualization for fantasy.
Many people confuse the term “display” to “daydream” and that is a terrible mistake. For mock display, you take away the hope of a happier world, a real future for himself. When you are honest about the life you want, you can take action and start moving towards it.
3. Do not be afraid, and take action.
Change can be scary. Fear stops most of us from moving visualize life; the lives we truly want. This is why it is important to visualize our goals often; to really allow ourselves to be in touch with what is in our mind’s eye. The more I see, the more we believe. The more we think, the less we fear. The less we fear, the more action we take towards acquiring it.
4. Do not listen to those who doubt you.
A major catalyst according to many of us stuck are the opinions of others. People like to say when they see family and friends to take action and change. Explain thoroughly and carefully that you are making changes because it is necessary, then continue to follow that little voice inside you. The gut never lies.
5. Be brave and have faith.
People often look happy, successful people and label them as “lucky”, and this is sometimes the case. But many of these people work hard, make sacrifices, are brave, making decisions carefully, and have paid dues do not know. Trust that if you’re brave, work hard, make sacrifices, pay some fees, and face the things you do not want to deal with, you will be rewarded well.
6. Take care of yourself.
Change can be difficult, so it is important to love yourself to make moves. Nourish yourself and take the time to acknowledge who you are and why it is important to live the life you want. Choose a hobby to keep your mind sharp. Stay organized. Be honest; stop “playing pretend” around people. Exercise and eat right. Keep away from toxic people. Write in a journal. Change takes time; But small steps will get you where you need to go. Let your aspirations feed you.