Why you should make visualization a daily practice.
The author in this article reviews some of the benefits of visualization.
If you were ever involved in competitions or sports, chances are your coach asked you to imagine winning. How does it look, feel and sound? At the time, it might have seemed strange: reclining in a dark room, eyes closed, listening to imaginary scenarios. But there’s science behind visualization practices.
Here are a few of the things that visualization can do for your well-being when it becomes part of your routine:
Visualization builds courage.
Visualization combats negativity.
Visualization bolsters creativity.
Visualization gathers energies.
Visualization fosters purpose.
Creating You Planner: Define and Make Your Vision a Reality
Topic: Visualize success