What would you like to see in your life now, as in right NOW?
A very successful way to bridge the gap between what you want and what you believe you can have is utilising the unlimited power of your subconscious mind.
The subconscious deals in imagination and visualisation and this process aids in stirring the creative juices.
- Picture of you
- Poster board
- Crayons (optional)
- Finger Paint (optional)
- Colored pencils (optional)
- Pictures from magazines
What to do
Glue the picture of yourself in the center of the poster board, and then glue the pictures of the things you want around yourself. If you cannot find a picture to represent what your current desire is, then use the crayons, finger paints and or colored pencils to draw it on.
Place your creation in a prominent spot where you will be able to see it every day and allow yourself to imagine you being, doing, having whatever is on your mind board. Get the sense of having it, doing it, being it…
The more attention you give with how exciting it “is” – to be or do or have, the faster events, people, and situations will open up to deliver it.
I had a client one time who really wanted to go to Hawaii. The funds available for such a trip were not on her horizon – or so she believed. I asked her to do this mind map process for her trip.
She located a picture of herself, scoured travel magazines to find pictures of her ideal vacation to Hawaii. Pasted them all on a poster board, and then hung it directly across from her bed, so it was the first thing she saw each and every morning.
Her day, every day...started with a trip to Hawaii, she could feel the sand beneath her feet, the smell of the ocean, hearing the waves against the shore, the taste of fresh pineapple on her lips and at night she would repeat the same process.
Approximately 2 weeks into her mind map, my client received a call from her sister, stating that her husband just called to tell her that he is being relocated to another state, and the company had arranged a house hunting trip – the same week that they were to be on vacation. She offered her sister (my client) the vacation free of charge – a trip to Hawaii!
When we let go of the “how” something is to be delivered and just play with the possibility, great things occur.