How to Manifest Your Goals Using Visualization Techniques

Posted by on April 3, 2018 in Manifestation / LOA, Reality's Edge with 0 Comments

By Petri Maatta

Many are learning to master the law of attraction since this curious knowledge has come to the forefront. Going after your dreams is easier than ever. However, there are techniques that must be understood in order to attain lasting success.

Successful manifestation requires clear visualization, and you can become adept at using visualization techniques with practice. Take it from Jim Carrey, who can’t say enough about the subject!


Here are four things to be aware of:

  1. Using visualization techniques effectively takes time and patience
  2. It’s important to develop strong focus
  3. Consistency is crucial
  4. Manifestation works best with a disciplined practice

Perhaps you had mixed results so far. It’s common when starting out… and it’s quite possible you’re lacking powerful visualization techniques.

Below I’ll address common problems with visualizing, and methods for clearing the mind and creating mental images. I’ll talk about using visualization techniques that will bring you great success.

Where were you going wrong?

It helps to analyze where you were going wrong. Manifestation can be impacted by issues like:

  • Confused or weak desires and intentions
  • Not enough mental focus or clarity
  • Past negative experiences
  • Lack of self-belief/ability to succeed
  • Not using visualization techniques

There can be other issues, so dig deep to uncover your blocks. Whichever these may be, it helps to look at the way you’re using visualization techniques.


Do you find it difficult to retain mental images or memories? Is it hard to recall your dreams or imagine yourself in future scenarios? Do you have hazy memories? Then you may have issues with visualizing.

Know the different types of inner vision  

There are several types of inner vision, but all are created through the pineal gland. There are the three main types of inner vision you’ll work with when using visualization techniques:

Dreams

Dream recall comes easier to some than it does to others; some even experience lucid dreams regularly. But if you can recall snippets of your dreams after waking, you can visualize.

Memories

Most people generate images from the past easily, as the physical eyes transmitted the original images. Your mind is reconstructing a scene, but you don’t always form completely clear images. Interestingly, the more emotion is associated with a memory, the more likely you are to recall it.

Imagination

Imagination is a key player when using visualization techniques. You do it every day – every thought of the future is imagination! Have you ever daydreamed? Then you may have manifested positive and negative situations without realizing.

4 powerful visualization techniques

Try to start with a blank mental slate. Your previous techniques may have left a lot to be desired… but it’s time to practice some new ones. Be committed to the process, and to regular practice. This leads to consistency, which is imperative.

Your aim is to improve focus and clarity, as well as dream and memory recall.

Using these visualization techniques and tools, you’ll soon be manifesting your goals:

Technique 1: Training your memory

Grab a selection of images, study them for a while and then place them face down. Wait five minutes, then make notes. Check to see how many details you accurately recalled. Repeat this regularly until memory recall improves.

You don’t even need to collect images – you can do this any time by looking around then closing your eyes.

Technique 2: Recalling your dreams

Keeping a dream diary is another memory training method. The more you recall dreams, the more mental clarity you’ll cultivate. You’ll also learn a lot about yourself and what’s buried in your subconscious.

When you recall dreams, inner vision fires up. Grab your pen on waking and note down as many details as you can remember. That includes symbols, emotions and insights. Before long you’ll find it easy.

Technique 3: Creating a vision board

Vision boards help you focus on your goals, actively imagining them as manifest. Collect images that represent your goals, print and pin them to a board. Otherwise, make a vision board on your computer. Remember to put manifestation dates on the images (e.g. ‘by October 2018’).

Look at it regularly, imagining the images as your current life. Allow the corresponding emotions to flow. It doesn’t matter how big or small the goals are! Play around with it.

Technique 4: Training your mind to hold images

Using this visualization technique, you’ll achieve strong mental focus. You’re actually meditating on an object. Meditating is a great idea, as you make space in your mind.

Meditate on a simple image like a triangle or square. Hold this image in your mind for as long as possible. When it fades, bring it back. Repeat this several times a day until you can hold the image for long periods of time.

It’s time to start manifesting…

After using these visualization techniques for a while, you’ll see a marked improvement in your law of attraction practice. You’ll visualize your dreams as if they were current scenarios. If you want to know more on this subject, check out this full guide on how to visualize for manifesting your ultimate goals. When you feel the gratitude that comes with your visions, your powerful creative forces are flowing!

About the Author

Petri Maatta is the founder of DreamMaker, whose mission is to help entrepreneurs succeed and grow, while keeping their business easy to manage.

 

 

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