Learn how to visualize something using tips and techniques along with your five senses and your sixth sense to bring that visualization to life. If you are new to visualizing, then this may seem like a hard task. On this page, though, I will show you tips, techniques and practical exercises to make visualizing easy.
For some, creative visualization comes easy. Some people can see clearly, things in there mind’s eye, where others have a difficult time doing this. Well, for those that have a hard time, there is good news. You don’t have to see a vivid picture in your mind in order for this technique to work in your life.
Let’s get started.
To properly visualize something and to get the most out of visualization you need to use your five senses, sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch as well as your sixth sense which is your internal feelings. Follow the steps below and you will know how to visualize something in no time. So lets start with step one.
If you are just learning how to visualize something, you may not know where to start. So I have put together this little exercise that will help you get started.
First lets go out to your backyard. Look around and take in all the scenery. Pay attention to all the little details. Listen to all the sounds around you. Like the birds singing, the crickets chirping and even the sound of the traffic as it goes by, if you have traffic near you.
Now, take a deep breath in and smell the fragrance in the air. Can you smell honey suckle or maybe you can smell freshly cut grass? You can walk around and smell the flowers, the trees or whatever you wish.
Reach out and feel the bark of the trees, the silkiness of the flowers, the dew on the grass. Then ask yourself, how does being in your backyard make you feel? Are you happy, are you peaceful, or maybe you’re uneasy because you haven’t finished that project you wanted to? Like the new deck. Whatever it is, feel it.
Now, what I want you to do, is to go back inside and lie down somewhere comfortable in a room where the backyard is not visible. Close your eyes and visualize your backyard using the visualization techniques I taught you above. Use all your senses and really visualize the yard just as you saw it.
This should be easier than visualizing your dream home that you have never seen, but if you are still having difficulties, don’t worry. You just need to practice a little.
When you’re first learning how to visualize something, it is best to start with things you are familiar with, then gradually build up to those things that are not as familiar. Another thing you can do when your first learning how to visualize something is to actually go drive that new car or visit your dream home and use the techniques we used to visualize your back yard.