Visualize it Exactly how you want it to play out in your life.

Visualize ExactlyVisualize it Exactly how you want it to play out in your life.

Following are some brief accounts of some famous people you just may know who found that visualization has played an integral part in their positive outcomes and consequent successes.

Visualize it Exactly how you want it to play out in your life.

Jim Carrey

In the early 1990s, Jim Carrey was an unknown actor struggling to make ends meet. To stay motivated, he decided to write himself a check for $10 million for “acting services rendered,” dated it for 1994, and carried it in his wallet for daily inspiration. In 1994, Carrey learned he would reap exactly $10 million for his role in Dumb and Dumber.

Today, Carrey is one of America’s top movie stars — and he credits his constant visualization with helping him get there.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

As a young athlete, Arnold Schwarzenegger swore by the power of visualization to reach his bodybuilding goals.

"I had this fixed idea of growing a body like Reg Park’s. The model was there in my mind; I only had to grow enough to fill it,” he explained. "The more I focused in on this image and worked and grew, the more I saw it was real and possible for me to be like him.”

Lindsey Vonn

One of the most successful female skiers in history, the gold medalist says her mental practice gives her a competitive advantage on the course.

"I always visualize the run before I do it," Said Vonn . "By the time I get to the start gate, I've run that race 100 times already in my head, picturing how I'll take the turns."

"I love that exercise," Vonn has said. "Once I visualize a course, I never forget it. So I get on those lines and go through exactly the run that I want to have."

Will Smith

Famous Hollywood star…

A big advocate of the law of attraction, the award-winning actor says his positive thinking has helped him achieve happiness. “In my mind, I've always been an A-list Hollywood superstar. Y'all just didn't know yet,” Smith has said of the visualizing techniques that helped him along the way.

He's also fond of quoting Confucius's motivating motto, as way of explaining his blockbuster success: "He who says he can and he who says he can’t are both usually right."

Oprah Winfrey

The media mogul, who pulled herself up from poverty to become one of the wealthiest women in the world, might be one of the biggest celebrity supporters of affirmations.

Her commitment started very young. As a child watching her grandmother toil away, Oprah Winfrey says she’d tell herself over and over again: “My life won’t be like this. My life won’t be like this, it will be better.”

Besides frequently showcasing success stories of positive thinking on The Oprah Winfrey Show — and even discussing creating her own vision boards to realize her dreams — her many words of wisdom to fans include: “Create the highest, grandest vision possible for your life, because you become what you believe. ”

These are just a few accounts of famous people who have used visualizations to positively support them in the attainment of their goals and life successes.

Following is a very simple yet powerful visualization process:

  • Sit up tall in a wooden high back chair…
    Both feet flat on the floor, shoulders relaxed…hand on knees…
    Take 5 long deep breathes in and out through the nose with eyes closed…
    Keep your eyes closed…
    In your minds eye start to visualize EXACTLY how you want your success to look like…
    See, smell, taste, hear and feel the success in your entire body and mind…
    The emotional the visualization the better…
    Continue to visualize for 5-10 minutes…
    Take 5 long deep breathes in and out through the nose then open your eyes…

Visualize it Exactly how you want it to play out in your life...

Practice this visualization process first thing in the morning when you wake up and last thing before going to sleep. The longer you practice the better you become at building your visualization muscle which is the first creation.

The more you practice this technique and build the muscle of your imagination the sooner you can have all the things your imagination can focus on.

This is one of the many techniques I use in my NLP coaching sessions and NLP workshops to achieve positive outcomes.

Contact me direct paul@bigvisionlifecoach.com to learn more about personal coaching and how to accelerate your positive outcomes.

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