“The process of change does not occur on superficial levels, through mere “positive thinking”. It involves exploring, discovering, and changing our deepest, most basic attitudes of life. That is why learning to use creative visualization can become an experience of deep and meaningful growth. In the process we often discover ways in which we have been holding ourselves back, blocking ourselves from achieving satisfaction and fulfillment in our lives through our fears and unconscious beliefs. Once seen clearly, these limiting attitudes can often be dissolved through the creative visualization process…”
One of the methods taught in the book is making a “treasure map” which is similar to a vision board. Here’s a little sample of my own personal visualization board:
I recently discovered this software that you can use to create these virtual vision boards on your computer. For someone like me who works on the computer constantly, then I think this would also be a good tool to have.
How are you visualizing?