You have within you an amazing power that can bring about miraculous outcomes. The power that you have has been known to cure incurable diseases, build billion dollar empires, paint masterpieces, create great sports dynasties, and build lifestyles with abundance, great friends and loving families.
The light switch that turns all this power on is visualization. We all use visualization either consciously or unconsciously. The people who systematically and consciously use visualization in their daily lives create amazing success. While many successes are more wonderful than big, some accomplishments are so great the individuals with the vision seem to be head and shoulders above the rest of us. They are the super athletes like Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods, businessmen like Walt Disney, the super rich, top entertainers and almost anyone you can think of who has created an exceptional life. Visualization is such a powerful tool it really pays to exercise the skill to visualize as part of our daily routine.
Visualization is a process of giving directions to the unconscious mind. It is estimated that 90 percent of our minds are unconscious. When we visualize we say to the unconscious “Here is what I want to happen”. The unconscious then sends back to our consciousness ideas and inspirations necessary to make our instructions a reality.
It seems like magic, when your visualization, like prayer, activates the Law Of Attraction. In totally unexplained, seemingly accidental, or coincidental ways you attract the right situation, people, and any needed resources. Most really successful people will tell you they worked hard but they were very lucky or fortunate to be in the right place at the right time.
How do you get started?
You can just start where you are, but first let’s look at some do’s and do not’s. Visualization of your dreams should be fun and never a chore. It should not be a routine or emotionally bland. This is a feeling universe, and the more emotion you can put into the experience the better. It is a very a light hearted, peaceful and happy exercise. After all it is your dream and you can make it whatever you like. Remember the more you practice the easier it gets.
Keep in mind that visualization is very powerful and you should never visualize what you do not want, because you will get whatever you focus on: good or bad.
While you are visualizing your dreams keep it light and playful. Practice using all your emotions during each session. As you run your mind movie, just jump into it and be there in the present as you feel the breeze or temperature, smell the flowers or salty air, hear the sounds, feel the warm sun, see the people enjoying themselves etc. etc.
The reason I get excited about this topic has everything to do with living because of it. I am going to share with you an example of how visualization worked in a real live health goal.
I had two usually fatal diseases and my goal was to get well. My guide asked me to imagine what my problem looked like. (If you have a health problem just let your imagination run wild, you might think you have a pac man character that is eating your problem or see sharks swimming in your bloodstreams and eating the bad stuff.)
At first I just couldn’t see what my problems look like. Then it just came to me that I had been fighting a great, fire breathing, flying, dragon. Once I knew how it looked, I decided I needed a weapon to fight with. In my movie, I imagined a light saber from the star wars movie as my weapon. As I would start my visualization the dragon would swoop down and I would just leap on its back and imagine I had a harness holding me on. It would be a wild ride and sometimes the dragon would land on a mountain top and I would realize if I killed it there I would have a long walk home. It was usually wild fighting, serious but fun.
I could feel the wind when we flew and the heat when he breathed fire. Of course after a few fights I saw myself killing the dragon. It was an intense fight and killing the dragon gave me a real emotional charge and in my heart I just knew the diseases were gone and my body was now healing itself.
Visualizations after the kill involved friends and me raking the ground that was kicked up during the fight. This was my vision and after I killed the dragon I felt I needed to tell everyone that I had fought and won.
I bought toy dragons and cut their heads off and put them all over the house and everyone joined in and we all knew I had killed my dragon. Everyone in my family always pointed out the headless dragons to visitors.
Deciding what you want to visualize.
This process is not limited to getting healthy. It works on weight loss, finding your truth love, creating wealth, getting promoted, etc. Once you realize that whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve is really true, what you desire is at your fingertips.
My testimony to the power of using guided visualization is a powerful story. I recovered from blindness and two fatal diseases. The diseases lasted 4½ years. After I started using guided visualization the recovery took 3½ months. Details of my story are at Learning to Dance in The Rain
Cyndi’s Note: I first “met” Ross Craft when he emailed us last May, shortly after I began my journey with Bells Palsy type symptoms. I sat and read his book in one sitting and then listened to his Fountain of Youth Recording (both of which he offers via the link above). I listened to the recording once – and then for reasons I won’t even begin to try and understand I listened to it again. After that I was hooked – and for the next several weeks – when the Bells Palsy symptoms were pretty intense – I found myself returning to the recording again and again and again – sometimes as many as 5 or 6 times a day. Each time I listened to the recording I felt soothed and rested and somehow more whole. No one will ever be able to convince me that his story – as well as the Fountain of Youth Recording was not a gift from the Universe and I am eternally grateful.