Are you visualising enough?

If you’re able to conjure the image of your desired future and feel it, you are far more likely to succeed in achieving that future.

Our bodies are time machines when it comes to our thoughts and can fly back and remind you of good and bad times and can even fly forward to events that haven’t even happened yet and make them ‘real’.

Real in a biological sense at least.

Whether we are thinking in the past or the future our body responds by releasing the hormones released at the time or even in the future and gets excited in the same way as if you strapped to roller coaster.

For thoughts we’ve had, we’re limited as to what we can do with these thoughts. One of my volunteers used to describe his process of dealing with bad thoughts:

“I park my time machine on the sunny side of the street.”

It is up to us how we perceive the memories of the past. It may have been sad at the time, but is it still sad now? What can we change about these memories that make them more palatable or even enjoyable?

Conversely, when we’re looking to the future what would you rather fixate on?
The things that probably won’t happen or things you really want to happen?

How will you make this feeling happen? How will you get your heart racing and your body excited for something that hasn’t happened yet.

Do what you need to do to get into that zone. You might as well enjoy the feeling of the thought and the feeling it is giving you right now.

Remind yourself daily of this thought and really feel it.

What future are you imagining right now? Type it in the comments so someone can help you achieve that feeling. You never know!

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