Now what you need are visualizations to accompany your affirmations. Simply you want to visualize your goals, That’s it!
Now I have been told a few ways to visualize my goals. If you are one of the people that can close your eyes and visualize your goals in color, you’re laughing. Use this method. I can’t do that so I use a Vision Board. You simply get yourself a 2 by 3 foot piece of cardboard, look through magazines to find pictures and words describing your goals. You then cut these out and arrange them on your cardboard in any fashion you wish (what feels right to you). That’s it, don’t complicate it!
Now read your affirmations out loud in front of a mirror for the most impact. Then close your eyes and visualize your goals or sit in front of your vision board and focus on each picture one at a time. That’s it, takes 10 minutes, simple in the end but VERY powerful.
I took it one more step. I bought a small mirror about one foot wide and 18 inches deep, glued (silicone works better so you can change them if you want) my pictures and words around the outside edge so you leave room to see your face in the middle. This covers the mirror and vision board.
This whole process will reset your thinking toward your goals and keep you focused on your goals, because right now, you probably have a picture of going to the gym or dealing with that troublesome co-worker in your mind instead of your goals, like your new house or new car or new job, whatever your goals might be. We are using these methods to introduce the new goals into our sub-conscience and after 30 days they will automatically be your first thought not buried under the garbage.
In the next post we’ll talk about taking action.
Till next time