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Creative Visualization

Creative Visualization

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Creative Visualization- Power to achieve your life goals
In creative visualization we use the power of imagination to create a mental imageof what we want to accomplish in our life . As Carl Sandburg aptly said “ Nothinghappens unless we first dreamAs such the things happen twice, first in our mindand then in reality and this technique is very commonly used by sportsmen in track andfield events, golf , cricket and even by industrialists , entrepreneurs , scientists etc.The well re-known self-help guru , Norman Vincent Peale in his classic best seller “Power of Positive thinking” asserts the role and importance of Positive affirmationsand creating a mental image of what we want to achieve through a mind process .Even Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret and Law of Attraction also emphasizes the roleof positive imagery as induced by the subject to portray one’s image as per theaspirations.Why do we need “Creative Visualization “ as a process and can’t we rely upon our mind to achieve our goals. Before we delve into the depth of this topic , let us understandthe nature of our human mind. As per the tenets of Tibetan Buddhism , an insightinto human mind reveals that there are two different kinds, one which possessesdiscriminating powers, with a sense of duality . It thinks, plots, indulges in varioustypes of emotions both positive and negative , and vacillate between good and bad .Thisordinary mind called “Sem “ is shiftless , wavering with a tendency to condition itself.Our basal mind or “Sem” is usually clouded with train of thoughts, emotions, mentalclutter gathering lot of dust and cobwebs, which makes it foggy and fuzzy.Then there is the core nature of human mind, its innermost essence, which isuntouched by such vicissitudes of life and seeks bliss and happiness. This pure, pristinemindful state or awareness as it is better known in called “Rigya” in Tibetan Buddhism.Since pure awareness is a state of Buddhahood , this very nature of mind with itsinnermost essence of bliss and tranquility , is least affected by scurry of mentalthoughts, emotions and other vagaries of our life.Vaguely it may be referred to asour subconscious mind. The nature of both our minds is reflected upon our physicalexistence and the dominant component portrays our personality traits.When we initiate the process of “Creative Visualization” we actually put on our mental TV screen with the Remote control surfing through,from those dull and sullenChannels to the brighter and more cherubic channels which perks up our thoughts andspirit.When using “creative Visualization” technique ,we use the following affirmationsand principles:Build up your reservoir of faith :

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