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Visualization: It’s In the Script

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Humans are visual beings. We constantly visualize images. We have an inner voice as well. But, even when we speak words to ourselves we are likely translating those to mental pictures.

So, it should come as no surprise to state that visualization is a strong concept in the toolbox of the Law of Attraction. But, with all the thousands of images that we have in our brain daily, how do we focus on visualizations that will help us?

We can use scripts. These scripts will allow us to hone in on the correct visualizations. When done right, they can set ourselves up to think properly, as well as filter out negative thoughts. When looked upon in this way, the more positive images you imagine, the less room there is for negative ones. There are, after all, only so many hours in a day.

Visualization is a part of the Law of Attraction. It requires concentration to make sure you have the right images placed in your mind. That’s why using a script can be a tremendous help in accomplishing this.

So where do you find the proper scripts to use for your visualizations? One good resource can be found on Amazon.com. It’s a book by Louise Stapely called, 33 Guided Visualization Scripts to Create the Life of Your Dreams. The three main sections, Wealth, Health, and Love, are covered within the book, each with several subsections. The book also mentions techniques to relax the mind with decent coverage on how to meditate. While meditation is not essential to make visualizations work, it can get you there faster as it relaxes the mind.

Keeping stress to a minimum is crucial when trying to place the proper mental images in your mind. You simply cannot think straight if you have too many things going on in your life. Therefore, make sure you learn techniques on how to reduce stress. There are plenty of available resources online to help. Amazon is a good starting point. The meditation in the book mentioned in this article is another.

Scripts are effective because they help paint the mental image for you. It’s almost as a director on the set of a movie. He or she is responsible for making sure the actors and the set give the right kind of mental image. The actors are responsible for delivering the right inflections and lines that are convincing. In the same way, a script can help you get the proper image, but it is up to you to use it.


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