The Power of Visualization
Did you know that the brain’s quickest and probably the longest-lasting response is to images? Having a mental picture of something in your brain can be very motivating as well as relaxing.
If you come to my house, you will see that I have a visualization dream board using different colored pieces of scrapbook paper that I have pinned to a bulletin board. I cut out meaningful words and inspiring pictures from magazines to motivate me to achieve, relax, and be the best me I can be!
In addition to my dream board, I actively use Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/kristinedement/). It is so cool to be able to collect tips and get ideas from looking at what other people put on their Pinterest boards. You can even take your own images and share them with others on Pinterest.
So what means a lot to you? Spend some time thinking about what kind of categories of pins you would like to set up. For example, my categories include: social media success, inspiring art, libraries around the world, castles around the world, vacation destinations, etc. The picture below is of America’s largest home–the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.
If you are an artist, you could paint an inspiring mural on a wall in your home or office or classroom as a way to powerfully visualize your dreams. No matter how you visualize, it is important that you do! Then you are one step closer to achieving another dream!
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