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Posted by Michael on 4/28/2020, 7:07 pm
Many who are starting out are told to "visualize" what they intend or need to have happen. What does this mean? How do you do it? Do you just stare out the window and imagine something? Is that enough? Probably not. Well, how *do* you "visualize"? Starhawk uses an apple as an example. See the apple in your mind's eye. Feel how much it weighs in your hand, the color changes across its surface. Feel how cool it is, how it yields a bit to pressure. Imagine that snap as your teeth break the skin. That rush of sweet juice as you bite. Imagine the tartness and the texture as you bite. Make what you are imagining/visualizing *live* in your mind. Make it as absolutely real as you ever can. If what you are looking to have come into your life is prosperity, imagine *exactly* what you mean by that. Write out your bank account number and look at your checkbook and see (in your mind's eye) the amount you need, seeing it as already there in your account. Be specific. If it's a new partner, work only on their attributes, their personality. Do not picture a certain person. A) that may not work and you'll be disappointed. B) It *does* work and you are saddled with someone who cannot avoid being in your life but who is desperately unhappy about being compelled. A loss/loss situation. Just focus on the *type* of person. Well-done creative visualization takes work and concentration. Practice! Move from a moment of intense focus to longer times before you lose focus. Keep it up. You will get better.