Thursday, February 5, 2009

Law of Attraction: Speed It Up With Your Own Mind Movie ...

“A picture is worth a thousand words.”
... Have you ever heard of it?

One of the most obvious ways to develop an idea is to visualize it. You create mental images in your mind that provides you with the blueprint to create the idea into reality. You see it vividly in your mind as if it is a movie. Similarly, you also build your dreams and hopes in your mind. These mental images are what is referred to as ‘mind movie’ where you imbue your subconscious mind with the desired outcome. Your subconscious mind does not reason things out, like a bed of soil that accepts any kind of seeds, good or bad. It responds according to the nature of your thoughts and emotions. As you dwell on the mental images of your dreams and hopes, your subconscious mind will accept your blueprint and bring forth all these things.

It has been discovered that the best way to impress the subconscious mind is to enter into a drowsy, sleepy state, when your conscious mind has been submerged to a great extent. Picture your accomplished results with feelings and gratitude before allowing yourself to doze-off, feeling the naturalness of the whole mind movie you have created in your mind. You must act as if this is already an objective reality. By this means you will induce your subconscious mind to accept the idea. The mind movie held in your mind and backed by your belief and confidence, will be drawn to you.

All your experiences and everything that enters into your life depend upon the nature of the mental images that you have constructed into a mind movie. If your mind movie is full of fear and worry, doubt and cynism and any other negative thoughts and emotions, the quality of your mind movie will be greatly compromised. According to the Law of Attraction, “like attracts like”, your mental images will come forth with all kinds of limitations.

So, turn your harboured dreams and hopes into beautiful blueprints. You can build a radiant health, success and happiness in your thoughts and rehearse it repeatedly in the hidden studio of your mind. Be the greatest director to the mind movie of your future you love!

2 Bubbles:

I remember one of the topic in my Psychology class back in college about this mental imaging...being the conductor of your own's like perceiving what you want at the end of the task or endeavour...and something like Steven Covey on his 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, No. 2 Begin with the End In Mind! This chapter is about setting long-term goals based on "true north" principles. Covey recommends formulating a "Personal Mission Statement" to document one's perception of one's own vision in life. He sees visualization as an important tool to develop this. He also deals with organizational vision statements, which he claims to be more effective if developed and supported by all members of an organization rather than prescribed.