Alphabet soup for the soul vol.2 -“V”

V is for Visualisation

“Visualisation is daydreaming with a purpose.” -Bo Bennett-

 If you can visualise your future and hold that intention in your mind every day, there will come a time when you will meet that future vision in the present moment. You will know because it will feel familiar, it will feel like you’ve been there before, and it will feel right. As if you were expecting it. 

The alternative is not visualising your future and stumbling through life ‘hoping’ for things.  In that case, there is a chance that you will get them, but there is a better chance that you will walk right past the future you want as it appears in front of you.

When we visualise the future we want and focus on it every day, something remarkable unfolds. First, we start to notice as events, people, and circumstances that align with our intention appear in our lives. Then, because we are consistently focusing on that future outcome, our brain (specifically the RAS or reticular activating system) finds and shows us how to do it.

Visualisation, affirmations, intention, and a disciplined work ethic will all lead you to the future you want, but you must also have faith, desire and belief.

When we combine faith, desire and belief, then sprinkle in a bit of visualisation, we will manifest opportunities set up by the Universe so that we can take the path towards our dreams.

It may show up as a conversation we hear on a bus or a song on the radio delivering a message meant for us. The synchronicities spark ideas and become so apparent after a while that now when it happens to me, I laugh a little, smile and say thank you.

In the book the Alchemist, Paulo Coelho said, β€œWhen you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you get it”. The way we let the Universe know how to help us get what we want is by Visualisation.

Published by Hdavey Thoreau

"How vain is it to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live"

8 thoughts on “Alphabet soup for the soul vol.2 -“V”

  1. Excellent post Hdavey…In some ways Visualization is like prayer..I would say that in Visualization one holds the image and does not look for outside intervention to realize it. In prayer, we ask for a divine power to help us realize it
    I believe in both and practice both:)

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