I have been asked to do a demonstration to a group of ladies in Haywards Heath later in the week. I have found visualisation so important in the work that I do. I use it with so many of my clients because it’s such an effective tool.
Let me give you a few examples.
A young footballer I work with has used it to increase his presence on the pitch. I will take him from the moment when he walks down the tunnel to the point where he takes his first kick, to the point of scoring the goal. He has scored several times since I’ve worked with him and often plays up a level or two!
Another example is about stopping eating sweet stuff. I’ll get the individual to imagine all the sweet foods or maybe even junk food in front of them that they have ever eaten. Can you imagine now, if you shut your eyes, all the piles of chocolate piled up together on a table. I’m guessing that brown gooey mess is not a pretty sight in your mind. I know I’d rather imagine fresh foods, amazing colours that nature already provides us.
It’s always easier to do something once you’ve got a memory of doing it once before. Visualisation can create a memory in your subconscious mind. Try a short visualisation. Shut your eyes and picture your favourite room in your house, or from a holiday memory, it really doesn’t matter. Have a look around the room in your mind. Are there pictures, objects? Can you remember a smell or feeling or sound attached to it? You may be surprised what you find hidden away, memories you’d forgotten about.
Do you get those first day nerves when you do something new? Visualisation can help to reduce those anxious feelings.
Enjoy it and if you feel you would like to use it to help change you, feel free to give me a call to find out if it can help you.
With me the choice is always yours.
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"Visualisation is daydreaming with a purpose." ~ Bo Bennett