Scientific Evidence of the Power of Visualisation

Scientific Evidence of the Power of Visualisation
Visualisation is a powerful technique for harnessing the Law of Attraction to realise your dreams. 

You’ve probably already heard a lot about how powerful creative visualisation is in helping you to attract what you want. 

Is there any scientific evidence behind all of this visualisation stuff, though? 

If you’ve been wondering or even been skeptical about this, then this article has the answers you’re looking for. 

How Creative Visualisation Works


With the principles behind creative visualisation, most of the confusion seems to come from the idea that you can think about something and cause it to happen. 

Any reasonable person knows that you have to take action to make things happen. 

The practice of visualisation has a direct influence on your beliefs, which have a direct influence on your actions. Those actions attract practical results to your life. 

The speech and command center of your brain, which controls creative visualisation, connects to every nerve in your body. 

Because of this, your thoughts, your spoken words and the predominating images in your consciousness send nerve impulses to your body that prepare it for specific actions. 

As thoughts impress on your subconscious mind through the practice of visualisation, your brain becomes hard-wired to send nerve impulses to your body in harmony with the thoughts in your mind. 

These patterns of thought also create neural patterns, or grooves in your brain which cause your thought energy to follow the same neural path, just as grooves cut in the ground cause water to flow in a certain direction. 

As a result, repeated visualisations become nearly automatic patterns of thought, which are such a habit that they become subconscious. 

Now, considering this, imagine just how much repeated visualisations will influence your actions, on both a conscious and a subconscious level, to follow through with actions that support the content of those visualisations. 

So, now that you know this, how can you use creative visualisation to influence YOUR thoughts and produce positive results? 

The Practice of Creative Visualisation 


The following are four steps that can help you harness the incredible power of visualisation to achieve your goals: 

1. Gain Control of Your Mind 


Creative visualisation requires you to have control over your mind and your thoughts, which isn’t something you can just start doing. 

It’s like lifting weights. It takes consistent training, and the greater control that you have over your thoughts, the more effective you’ll be in using your creative visualisations. 

2. Decide What You Want 


Creative visualisation requires consistency, or else the many options and images which you’re sending to it will confuse your mind. 

Deciding what you want keeps you from changing your priorities and desires daily and helps you to develop a definite pattern for your thoughts. 

3. Involve Your Senses 


Effective visualisation takes more than just the use of your visual sense. 

It’s important that you use auditory stimuli such as recorded affirmations, smells which remind you of your goal and other sensory input which will help you create a powerful image in your mind’s eye. 

This is one reason it’s important for you to use creative visualisation as a part of a daily routine. 

During it, you can use as many of your senses as possible to create strong impressions on your mind and body. 

4. Be Consistent


Again, creative visualisation requires consistent training of the mind, just like exercising your body. 

The moment that you slow down or stop, you’ll notice a decrease in your results. 

It’s also important to remember that all you need is 15-20 minutes a day, as long as you’re consistent. 

This time alone will be enough for you to create habits of thinking that will remain in your consciousness even while you’re not practicing visualisation.

Visualisation is a powerful technique for harnessing the Law of Attraction to realise your dreams. Get started by creating your own Mind Movie.

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