All of us, at some point in our competitive days, used visualization as a training tool. Whether we visualized our race, honed our skills, or used it to relax, visualization was a part of our training regime. But, why does is work? What does it do for us physically, mentally, emotionally? How can we continue to use visualization in our daily life to improve our lifestyle? If you have left visualization by the wayside, learn how to bring it back to the forefront of your daily practice to improve the quality of your life.
Why You Should Make Visualization a Daily Practice
No matter when you decide to visualize, the benefits are real.
January 3, 2018
If you were ever involved in competitions or sports, chances are your coach asked you to imagine winning. How does it look, feel and sound? At the time, it might have seemed strange: reclining in a dark room, eyes closed, listening to imaginary scenarios. But there’s science behind visualization practices.
Visualization can feel like a hypnosis session. After all, hypnosis is based on manipulating thought patterns through suggestions. And hypnosis, meditation and visualization actually have similar neurophysiological profiles. Nothing is being done to you; instead, it’s you who is tapping into something deep within the brain folds, accessing your creative power.
Successful people all over the world use visualization to spawn dreams into reality realms. Visualization is just concentrated dreaming. It’s mind over matter. It’s constructing life from a space inside our brains.