Do You Visualize Consistently?

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I'm just curious how many people consistently use visualization as a tool.

I've been trying to make it a serious part of my routine instead of just fitting it in when I can.

If you visualize, how did you learn?

Do you have any favorite resources, books, quotes, etc.?

Just trying to gauge how much success people have had with the practice. Do you think it plays a significant role in your success, work ethic or motivation?
#consistently #visualize
  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
    I don't find visualization to be a big part of my work strategy, or my life in general. In my opinion at least, it lends itself to be more of a distraction than anything else. Of course, there are many others who feel differently.
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  • Profile picture of the author khairulazan
    Think and Grow Rich.
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  • Profile picture of the author lostarts
    Think and Grow Rich was one of the first things I thought of when making this post. I think people on this forum are especially familiar with it.

    I don't take much to the "Law of Attraction" aspect of visualizing. Instead from what I've read about creative visualization it's better to consider it as a practical tool. Sort of like NLP, but different. I think TnGR was one of the first to promote the idea of using positive imagination to help you move towards your goal. Which is a really useful idea when applied correctly.

    One of my favorites is "Psycho-Cybernetics" because of its practical application. It delves more into the psychological factors and self-image. It doesn't bring any type of spirituality or esoteric beliefs into it. It has a funny name, but I highly recommend it.

    "We think in secret and it comes to pass. Environment is but a looking glass" - James Allen, As a Man Thinketh
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