Have you heard this term “Awakened Imagination” that was used by Neville Goddard before? Well, I was writing a post on the ancient Hawaiian healing method called Ho’oponopono process, when I stumbled upon these words and it immediately caught my attention.
First I thought it would be some visualization method because I was well familiar with the Nevillization visualization technique created by Neville Goddard, but out of curiosity I read this short book written by him that’s called the “Awakened Imagination”.
I found out that the book was not talking about any particular visualization method but it was, in turn conveying a message that we consciously or unconsciously create our reality using our imagination, and it also had a few more important things to teach. In this post, I am going to share with you what I learned from this particular book.
In this post I am going to discuss a law of attraction creative visualization method that works best for me, it is a very simple visualization that anyone can do right after reading this post.
It really does not matter whether you are new to using visualization or you have been already doing it, this technique will prove out to be very beneficial for you because it will make your creative side of the brain active.
Actually there is no specific source from where I learned this, I just tried many different methods and after trying some of the best programs like Lisa Nichole’s Creative Visualization I realized that the best way to use my imagination for achieving my goals would be to use it in a way that the whole process remains unhindered from any kind of negative thoughts. Continue reading
Creative visualization process is a very powerful tool for improving our lives, but without proper understanding it is of little or no use at all.
If we really need to learn the proper way to visualize then the best teachers for us would be kids, because they actually understand the true purpose behind visualization – It is not something that we have to do as a task in order to manifest our desires, but the basic use of visualization is to “feel good”, and when one succeeds to be happy in the present moment with respect to what he desires, amazing things happen.
When we use creative visualization to feel positive emotions as if our dreams have already come true, then only we will be able to move in the right direction.
Here are 8 creative visualization tips using which you can make your creative visualization process a fun filled daily ritual because when you actually start enjoying your visuals, it becomes super-effective.
Visualizing- It has always been a very confusing thing for people who begin to believe in “the law of attraction”.
Actually, it is our own logical mind that creates all this confusion. Visualization is something that we always do unconsciously and we used to deliberately do it when we were kids.
Working with law of attraction requires you to be playful and excited; if you will “Nevillize” then visualization becomes a fun process.
Our subconscious mind communicates through images. If I say “Apple”, no matter if you are aware of it or not your mind quickly associates the word “Apple” with the same fruit’s image. It happens naturally, so we are already good at visualizing. Continue reading
It is now a very well known fact that visualization is one of the best ways to train your subconscious mind and to make the law of attraction to work in the desired way; the reason behind this is that on a subtle level our mind uses images for every mode of communication.
So, as we know the importance of visualization now, it is vitally important to know the 3 common creative visualization mistakes that people usually make.
By being aware of these mistakes you can make all the necessary changes in order to make it more effective. Continue reading
A lot of people make a mistake of thinking that creative visualization and daydreaming are one and the same process, however, when you gain a better understanding of how your mind works, you realize that they are two entirely different things.
Daydreaming is a futile habit which just wastes a person’s time whereas visualization is a constructive process using which a person can communicate to their inner child i.e the subconscious mind in order achieve their goals in life as wells for their personal growth.
One more term that creates confusion is “imagination”, so first I would like to define what imagination is so that I could explain the difference between daydreaming and creative visualization better. Continue reading