creative visualization

creative visualization
creative visualization

Creative Visualization

Did you know that your thoughts are actually controlling your life? Read the Law of Attraction to know more.  Creative visualization is a powerful mental technique where you use your mind to attract / manifest the live you want.

creative visualization
creative visualization

In fact, what you are thinking right now is visualization.  When you think, do you mentally see the image, the projection? For example, you want to eat an ice-cream and decide to go to the store in few hours to buy, do you visualize before hand that you are in the store and buying it?

What the Silva Method says about creative Visualization

The Silva Method defines creative visualization as a classic personal growth technique.  Imagination / visualization is the ability to create an idea, a vision or anything new which you are willing to have in life.  As you start thinking, you attract it into your life.

creative visualization
creative visualization

How does creative visualization works?

You do not need any supernatural powers to start creative visualization.  You just need the right intention and then begin.

Let be show you one example below : Source: The SILVA METHOD

Mental Training and Performance Enhancement

So often, being a high performer is what it takes to thrive in today’s fast paced world.

Dr. Charles Garfield, former NASA researcher and current president of The Performance-Science Institute in Berkeley, California, reveals startling information on how mental training can increase performance.

The study examined the effect of mental training, including visualization, on four groups of world-class athletes just prior to the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, New York. The four groups of elite athletes were divided as follows:

  • Group 1: did 100% physical training.
  • Group 2: did 75% physical training, 25% mental training.
  • Group 3: did 50% physical training, 50% mental training.
  • Group 4: did 25% physical training, 75% mental training.

What the researchers found was that group 4—the group with the most mental training—had shown significantly greater improvement than group 3.