Does visualization really work? Can it really produce the change you want to see? You may have doubts at first. So let me share a story with you about how a scene can change your life. This will give you a good idea of whether the visualization works. And it would not have been possible for me to share these stories with you, if I had not written them in my magazine.
Everything you are about to read right now is coming right from my magazine and is supported with science as well. In my magazine, I cover my goals and raw feelings. Apply whatever suits you. Much remains to be learned.
Let’s move forward.
I am a chess professional. I compete in chess tournaments, as does Beth Harmon. Back in 2017, there was a tournament in which I wanted to perform very well. what I have done?
First, I wrote down my goal for the tournament. It was a smart goal and well within my ability to achieve it. Here are the goals that I have written in my magazine.
- Finished in top 4 places in Pune rating tournament.
- Raise Elo ratings over 30 in the tournament.
- Cross the 2000 Elo Mark in the May 2017 FIDE Ratings List.
Every night before bedtime, I do mental movie scenes. This was a trick I did with Dr. Joseph Murphy’s book – The Power of Your Subconscious Mind.
You can also try it. Here’s how you can start a positive scene.
- First, close your eyes and focus on your breathing.
Focus on breathing for 5 minutes until you feel that you are relaxed, this is to give your body a rest. It is very important that you give your body a rest. In this way your subconscious mind accepts the ideas you suggest more.
- Once you are in a state of rest, imagine the ideal result.
How do you see the ideal outcome? As if you have already achieved the desired goal.
I refer you to my own experience. For me, I wanted to finish in the top four spots. In fourth place was a prize of Rs. 20,000. So my mental film was watching Rs. 20,000 is being deposited in my bank account. I envisioned the award ceremony – standing on the stage, congratulating and receiving a cash prize.
Initially, you would find it difficult to imagine a mental film. But with practice, it will become easier.
You cannot achieve your goal without looking at the process. When you imagine this process, what does it look like? In my case the process was playing games, thinking and imagining moving the pieces.
Suppose you want to lose weight. The two common procedures for losing weight are exercise and eating healthy. So imagine that, if you want to lose some weight. Visualizing the process will make the entire experience more real. In this way, it is easy for your subconscious to believe that you can actually achieve your goals.
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