Technique to Improve Attention and Visualization

Technique to Improve Attention and Visualization

Our thoughts are a product of our mind and our mind is creative. The process of visualization makes it possible to use our thoughts and our mind to achieve specific goals. Of course, this takes practice, especially with our dependence on technology and wanting immediate results and gratification. If you begin a workout program, it takes practice and time to build your muscles. Likewise, with visualization, practice is needed to master it. This blog will provide one technique to improve attention and visualization.

If you prefer, here is the link to the YouTube video for this process.

Compare our attention to a magnifying glass. If the magnifying glass is not focused on one area, it proves worthless. However, if you concentrate the glass on a specific area, it is magical how useful the result is. By learning to improve attention, you will be shocked how it can have to help you overcome obstacles. Practice makes perfect!

There is a professor at Harvard that assigns her students to write an intensive research paper on a single work of art. Before they begin the research, they must spend three full hours looking at the work of art, examining every inch. This does seem like a long time, however, just because you have looked at something does not mean you have seen it.

By learning to improve your attention and practice visualization, you can begin to have your thoughts become a reality. The creative power of your mind will be in harmony with Source, and that is the Law of Attraction.

I have other blogs and videos about visualization and learning to visualize the life you want in detail, but, sometimes we need baby steps to achieve that end. I was speaking with someone last week that was having problems staying consistent and on track. After a few days, she would give up. This is the suggestion I gave to her. It breaks down the bigger picture into smaller step

Technique to Improve Attention and Visualization
1. Find a photograph that appeals to you. You may use the photograph in this blog. Examine it for ten minutes. Look at all the details. Look at the “whole “photo first, then break it down into sections and look at specific information and colors.
2. After ten minutes, close your eyes and try to see it mentally. Can you see every detail?
3. Accepting this visualization process is essential. If you have a fixed perception of what you ought to see, you may feel discouraged. This takes practice. Try not to judge nor let your ego rule.
4. Practice this every day, until you feel confident about your visualization.
How did this work for you? Remember practice makes perfect.

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