• Are you seeing pictures too?

    Visualising is a great way to work with your mind. Most people have pictures in their mind’s eye of things, and using these pictures is a great way to help you focus on your goal. So here’s a wee trick.

    The best way to do this is to get someone to read this out to you, ask them to read it exactly as I have written it here as the words are deliberately in a specific order.

    So, When you think of your life goal, do you have a picture?

    1. If it were closer would it make it more compelling? If so move it close to make it more compelling.
    2. If it were brighter would it make it more compelling? If so make really bright to make it more compelling.
    3. If it were panoramic would it make it more compelling? If so make it panoramic to make it more compelling.
    4. If it were focused would it make it more compelling? If so make it really focused to make it more compelling.
    5. If it were a movie would it make it more compelling? If so make it a movie to make it more compelling.
    6. If it had sound would it make it more compelling? If so give it sound to make it more compelling.
    7. If it had a feeling would it make it more compelling? If so give it the feeling to make it more compelling.
    Now, make sure you see yourself in the picture. NOT looking through your own eyes, but actually seeing yourself in the picture like you are someone else (we call this dissociated).
    Now tuck the picture under your arm, imagine the time in the future when it will happen, then drop the picture in to that place in your future.
    The key to this is to visualise your goal dissociated, to your unconscious mind this will seem like it’s not happened yet and that it is something to aim for. If you make it associated (looking through your own eyes) then your unconscious mind could view it as already being actualised… not very compelling at all really!
    So, get someone to read this to you and notice the picture and the difference between and associated picture (seen through your own eyes) and a dissociated one (seeing yourself in the picture).

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