Do you feel that you lack in imagination or simply cannot seem to get your imagination working as you might wish? It’s frustrating when a peer points out that face that you have to imagine something before it can come to fruition (and you know this to be true) and yet you just cannot seem to imagine that which you want.
You know that you want to imagine that eventuality in full Technicolor and yet try as you might you just see a blank space in front of you. Or at least that’s how it seems to you. Does this mean that you have no ability to imagine or does it instead infer that you haven’t yet learned how to go about this task?
For some people their ability to imagine seems as natural and instinctive as it is to breathe. But this is not the case for everyone. Developing your imagination can take for many the same effort as in learning another seemingly unnatural skill. But the process of learning a new skill can be made far easier when you set about it the right way.
It is important to reassure yourself that everyone does indeed have the ability to visualize and to imagine eventualities. Most often, when you think that you cannot visualize, it is not that you cannot visualize at all; it is instead the case that you cannot visualize the things that you would like to see.
The second thing that you probably need some reassurance for is that even if visualizing does not seem to come naturally to you, you can learn to do this in a few easy steps. It’s best to start with simple things and work from there. Don’t try to run before you can walk.
For example, if you were asked to describe an apple how could you even attempt a reply without a vision of an apple inadvertently popping into your mind? What do you see when asked not to think about an orange?
What happens when asked to imagine a lemon tree, your arm reaching to pick one of it’s fruit and then cutting it with a knife, seeing it’s juice running onto a white plate? And then biting into a slice of that juicy, sour, bitter lemon?
Did you salivate then as you read that last sentence? Your imagination will inevitably have been triggered and employed whilst reading this last couple of short paragraphs. Hopefully that will have proven to you that you do in fact have a good working imagination.
If you would like to improve upon your ability to visualize and to readily see the things that you would like to in your mind’s eye, hypnosis provides an effective gateway to your imagination. Hypnosis allows you to access the creative part of your mind and to guide your imagination more efficiently.
Hypnosis also allows you to build greater belief in yourself and your ability to achieve your goals as you can embed positive and powerful suggestions in your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind is the part that acts automatically and instinctively, without trying.
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