By linking with the unlimited potential within your soul and by opening your connection to higher forces you become and are the source of your abundance, love, joy, well being and money. Having money and other desires is not as important as mastering the process of creating them.
Thought is the first process in manifestation. You’ve probably heard the term, you become what you think about. Your thoughts are like magnets that attract the substances and create a world that match them. Everything and everyone around you was a thought before it existed in your reality. Cars, homes, roads, and cities all existed as thought forms in someone’s mind before they became realities.
Your thoughts set up the structure of what you create and your emotions energize those thoughts to propel them from your inner world to your outer world. Intention acts as a director for your thoughts and emotions, assisting you to maintaining a focus on what you desire until you receive it.
Visualizing is using your imagination to picture what your desire in advance of receiving it. The more real your pictures, the more easily you can create them. Your imagination is a powerful energetic tool that assists you in the manifestation process all the time.
Not everyone can see a mental image of what they are thinking about, if this is the case for you, don’t worry. You can feel it, have a sense of it or simply just think about it. All these techniques are classified as visualization in manifesting. You will notice that visualizing gets easier with practice and soon you may begin to see clear mental pictures in your mind.
Here are a few techniques that will help you learn to visualize:
1. Find a comfortable sitting position, which you can hold for 10-15 minutes.
2. Close your eyes and focus on your breath.
3. Relax your body, think of a time when you experienced inner peace, and bring that feeling into your body now.
4. Open your eyes, pick up an object that you’d like to work with. Notice its colour, shape, size, weight, feel, texture, and as many other details as you can. Now put it down, hold your hands in the same position they were in, close your eyes and try to recreate the image in your mind in as much detail as possible. After a moment or two open your eyes.
5. With your eyes closed, think of a room in your home. How do you think of it? Do you see it as though you were looking at a movie screen, or do you feel yourself standing in the room looking around? Is it in colour? Recall this image or feeling of the room as vividly as you can for a moment or two then let if fade away.
6. Now think of a small object that you desire to have but don’t yet. For this exercise, choose something you have seen before. (i.e., a book, a candle, a dress, a piece of furniture) How does it feel? What colour and shape is it? How does it feel to have it? What is the texture of it? Slowly let this image go.
7. Try one more thing, this time make it a bigger item, like a car or house. Let your imagination take you on a journey for a few moments and when you feel complete, calm and relaxed, open your eyes.
I suggest you practice these techniques until you feel comfortable with all of them. Here are a few questions to ask yourself with regards to visualizing.
Do you sense them?
Are they in colour?
Can you feel the textures?
Do you think about it but not see it in your mind?
Do you see yourself in the picture or are you watching it on a screen?
How clear are they?
Can you feel the emotions that you may relate to having these things?