How would like you dramatically increase your sports skills? How would you like to go into any social situation with ease and behave with such powerful confidence that people who don’t know you wonder if you’re some kind ofÂ movie star? What would it feel like to go into an unfamiliar situation, yet behave as though you’ve done it a hundred times before?
There is an often talked about skill whose power is realizedÂ by few, andÂ practiced by even fewer. If you take the time to not onlyÂ read and understand this article, but to put these techniques into practice, you will be light years ahead of anyone else.
The skill I’m talking about is visualization. I’m sure you’ve heard of it.Â If you haven’t that’s ok. Visualization is when you practice something in your mind before you actually do it, so when it comes time to take care of business, you’ve already pre-built success into your neurology.
One of the frustrationsÂ when you do thisÂ is that few sources tell you exactly what to do, so it can be tough to learn to visualize properly.
In this article I will tell you the very basics, so you can start to practice right away.Â When you become proficient, you can check back often, because I will be writing other articles aboutÂ additional skills, soÂ that when you add them on top of your powerful visualization skills, you will be a potent force in the world.
There are twoÂ types ofÂ visualization. Associated and disassociated. Associated is when you visualize something as youÂ normally see it. Through your own eyes. Disassociated is when youÂ watch yourself performing a task, as if you were watching yourself on video tape. You will need to develop both of these skills, so that when youÂ learn additional skillsÂ you can easily incorporate them together inÂ such a wayÂ thatÂ youÂ will be absolutelyÂ amazedÂ by how incredibly powerful youÂ can use them toÂ change your life.
Try it and see. Close your eyes, and see something you did recently in an associated perspective. Is it easy? Difficult? If you have trouble, don’t worry. The brain responds quickly when you practice with focus.
Try the other way. Close your eyes, and this time watch a recent memory, but this time watch yourself as if you are somehow floating off to the side.Â If this seems a bit more difficult, you can relax because the more you practice, the easier it will get.
AfterÂ you develop these two powerful skills, you will be amazed in how many different ways you can use them to train your brain for all kinds of new and wonderful automatic behaviors that you might not be able to imagine doing now.
And be sure to check back often because the more new skills you learn, the easier it will be create your life exactly the way you want it.