When we start on a journey, without a destination in mind, we find ourselves lost. Any activity we undertake is that journey. By seeing what we want in our mind’s eye, we see the changes that we need to make so we can make our goals our realities. Map it out
Just as we would map out our stops and routes on a road trip, we have to map out our writing journeys, our parenting trips, or even our fitness adventures. Imprinting the visual image of our accomplishments imprints our maps in our heads. Carrying this imprint internalizes our intention, as well!
Imprint your vision
When we visualize to materialize, our intentions are internalized and the Law of Attraction is put to work automatically. We know that intentions have to come from the heart, otherwise they are mere words soon forgotten. Setting the image in our minds of our end result and what we need to do to get there makes it second nature. We will then act the way that is necessary to bring us success.
If we want to be successful writers, we have to envision ourselves in all of our glory. We can visualize ourselves in that life and what we are doing, how we are acting, and how we handle our business. The same goes for any occupation or goal. Suppose we want to be super fit and healthy. We have to visualize ourselves as such. We have to see ourselves making decisions that lead to accomplishing that goal.
Live that life
Use those visualizations and imprints to guide your decisions in taking steps toward your goals. If you visualize yourself as a successful entrepreneur, refer to your visualized results and ask yourself is this decision one that your successful self would make? With fitness, we ask ourselves before we delve into that pint of ice cream if it will help achieve our super fit visualization of us.
What are your goals? See yourself living them. How do you act? What do you differently in that image than you do now?
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