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The Power of ViSUALiZAtiON

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I think it’s been cemented in your mind that everything begins with our thought patterns. The brain is a muscle we must not forget to exercise, for without the brain we don’t have any ability.

There is not only power in the words you meditate on.

There is also great power in VISUALIZING.

To see it, before it even exists, and only you can make it happen. You don’t even have the blueprint laid out yet, nothing has been printed out, the papers are waiting on you to sketch your visualization. The papers don’t draw themselves. Before anything can be drawn, first it must be visualized.

Creativity can freely form in your dome, prone to innovative ideas, seeing the sculpture molding before your eyes can witness it, your mind is showing you something different, a creation that hasn’t been done yet. You watch. You observe. Visualizing how the art will unfold, or how the story is told, you then manifest that onto the physical plane. With the stroke of a paintbrush or pen, perhaps typing sporadically, trying to get every detail on a solid copy, can’t wait to edit or review, the masterpiece you’ve just made.

And then we’re grateful for our talents.

Think about how amazing the mind truly is. That we can visualize things that don’t exist yet. Until we make them exist. We have the power to bring beauty into existence. I appreciate the artists and writers, who bring life onto paper, screens, or canvases, for us to admire and relate, to get a glimpse of the visualization that once lingered in their minds.

One response to “The Power of ViSUALiZAtiON”

  1. […] suggest to keep your ambitious goals to yourself. Write it down in a notebook. Think on it. Visualize it. And work hard on manifesting it into reality. Make it your mission, and accomplish […]

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