Coffee and Daydreams: A Simple Method for Daily Visualization
If you think you don’t have time for visualization, hopefully this method will allow you make time in your day. Just recently I asked you one seemingly ridiculous question: How often do you decide not to brush your teeth? I concluded that every personal development effort is all about consistency. If you do anything consistently, then eventually you will get good at it. This is a visualization process that I adopted from listening to the Abraham Hicks tapes on the Law of Attraction. What I loved about this method was that it was extremely simple.
First off I’m going to assume that you have a morning cup of coffee. If you don’t drink coffee, then you likely have breakfast. One of the things that most people do when they wake up in the morning is turn on the TV and watch the news. That has to be one of the ABSOLUTE WORST THINGS you can do. Some days when I see my roommate do that I feel like taking a baseball bat and destroying the TV (not really), but you get my point. I’ll go into detail later in another post about the detriments of watching the news. But given that your subconscious is so receptive in the morning, taking in information about all the problems in the world is not a smart idea. So, instead, use that time for Coffee and daydreams.
The Coffee and Day Dreams Visualization Method
Step 1: I’m going to assume that you have already got your coffee or breakfast in hand. So the first thing you are gonna want to to do is get yourself into a happy mood. A few months back I wrote a post about how to add emotion your visualization. To me that is simply just listening to some music.
Step 2: Sit and sip your coffee and daydream about all the things that you want. Think about them in detail and let a smile come to your face. Let this go on for about 15 minutes. Sometimes it helps to have the list of things you want in front of you to keep your mind focused.
Step 3: Look for evidence throughout your day and look for other things you’d like to attract int your life and incorporate them into your visualization the day after.
What’s interesting about this, is that is extremely simple, it’s combined with something you already do, and in my experience so far, seems to be EXTREMELY effective.
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