Guide on How to Visualize
Welcome back! If you missed my post last week, go check it out here, Power of Visualization. It’s all about the power of visualization and would be useful prior to reading this post. Read that and then come back here for some methods of how to use visualization.
As I already talked about last week, visualization is a powerful tool that can help you to move forward in your life and achieve goals. These goals can be big or small. It can be small changes you want to incorporate into your life or big goals such as recovering from an Eating Disorder or other mental health issue.
If you’re interested in different ways to visualize, check out some here to give you some ideas!
3. Journaling: When you sit down to visualize, some people do their best thinking while writing. You can write down the questions you want to reflect on and choose to reflect on them each day or write your responses down and review them each day. You may want to list all of the parts of the visualized life you have with bullet points. You may choose to create a story. Use creative writing skills to illustrate the store of this person living their visualized life. Maybe this person is even you in the form of a character. Or maybe its intended to be non-fiction. The sky is the limit. There’s no wrong way to use journaling for visualization or journaling in general. Do what feel right and enjoy it!
I hope this guide helped to give you some ideas on how you can visualize yourself achieving your goals! If you know anyone else who can benefit from this post, please share it with them.
If you have any questions, concerns or requests for future posts, please leave a comment or message me privately.
I wish you lots of wellness on your journey to finding your State of Balance!
Check out this video for more journaling ideas:
Journal Your Troubles Away
Check out these blogs for more helpful skills:
“Thank You...but” Accepting Compliments
Turn the Record Over (self-talk)
Have Some Compassion for Yourself
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