How to visualize success successfully.
I saw a really great story in the news today that illustrates the power of visualization.
The key to achieving what you want lies in your ability to visualize it happening.
There are countless stories of people who have regained lost health and even cheated death using visualization.
In his book, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill describes how people visualize their way to success. He talked about his own son who was born without ears. He was determined that his son would find a way to hear and live a normal life. He said he refused to accept that his son would never hear.
Through a series of experiences, his son eventually was able to hear with the aid of an electronic hearing aid that he deployed in an unusual way.
From there he was able to manufacture hearing aids that changed the world for so many people afflicted with deafness.
Hill perfected how to visualize success successfully.
When you present a belief to the universe, it has no choice but to deliver.
Listen to the story here:
The news story that I saw shows how Kenyan woman, Sevelyn Gat, wanted to go abroad for a holiday but couldn’t afford to.
Here’s the link to the article with her photos: http://bbc.in/22s8kWz
Then she proceeded to create more pictures of herself in front of landmarks and with other people enjoying the trip and made comments like, “Wow, enjoying everything here.”
She was really enjoying her virtual trip.
Her photos went viral and caught the attention of Nairobi businessman Sam Gichuru who has reportedly offered to pay for her trip as of the end of March
Incidentally, she was also offered a job.
Mental exercising can be as effective as physical exercising. In a study that appeared in the North American Journal of Psychology in 2007, athletes who mentally practiced a hip-flexor exercise had strength gains that were almost as significant as those in people who actually did the exercise (five times a week for 15 minutes) on a weight machine.
One of my friends who is a concert pianist says she practices her pieces in her head when she is away from her piano to perfect difficult sections of the music. When she finally sits down at the piano, it’s as if she had been actually doing the physical practice.
Scientists believe imaginary actions are experienced the same way as physical actions according to Aymeric Guillot, Ph.D., a professor at the Center of Research and Innovation in Sport at University Claude Bernard Lyon, in France.
The more real you can make your visualization, the more effective it will be.
Actor and politician Arnold Swartznegger said, “The mind is really so incredible. Before I won my first Mr. Universe title, I walked around the tournament like I owned it. I had won it so many times in my mind, the title was already mine. Then when I moved on to the movies I used the same technique. I visualized daily being a successful actor and earning big money.”
No person ever achieved success without first seeing success in their minds.
We can learn from Sevelyn Gat and “Photoshop” ourselves where we want to be.
I hope you’ve learned that you too can visualize success successfully.
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