|07-17-2011, 05:51 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2011
I need help in visualizing
I want to ask that when you are visualizing a scene where you are talking to the other person then how do you visualize that? Let us suppose that you want to visualize a scene where your boss is giving you compliments for the excellent work/assignment you have done. Now what will you visualize about your boss saying to you? Should you think those words in your mind during visualization or you should accept whatever comes to your mind. I'm sorry if it sounds very confusing but I'm also confused about this. Because when you are visualizing about your boss saying complimentary words then aren't you thinking those words in your own mind? Or can we visualize a scene where we can think like we normally do? It is like we can think about what my boss said to me in the cabin just a minutes ago. Then even if I'm thinking in my mind I can assume that my boss said so. Please help and thanks a lot.
|07-17-2011, 06:11 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
I can suggest a few things,
first feel and visualize the end result.. even if it is a bit hazy that is ok, but get the feeling of what you want to intend..
another thing to try is a mind movie, pictures of various things revolving around your subject. Some people make a video some just keep pictures related to what they are wanting to visualize.. but FEELING is important..
Something that might be easier is to write the story of what you would like to happen and write the story over and over feel it, writing can help with getting a visual of your intention as well.
I hope this helps and big hugs!! be gentle with yourself
PS you can also feel the words you want to be heard said and also put those words on the images etc ..
Last edited by Sbonn; 07-17-2011 at 06:19 AM.
|07-17-2011, 08:41 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
I agree with sbonn and the "feeling" part is very important. How I visualize a scene where I am talking with someone is I say exactly what I would want to say in the scene and I see the person saying and reacting the way I would want them to be. For instance I just did a visualization of my balcony reconstruction going the way I want it to and I saw myself walking down the staircase and talking with steve (the construction foreman) and saying, "so hows everything going with the balcony," and hearing him say "oh it's going great we are all finished and we finished in less than one week. Everything cooperated and came together perfectly. We had no problems and we had all the materials and even the inspector was on time, etc. And would you believe it - in real life this is the conversation we actually had! So see your boss responding exactly the way you would want the conversation going. see and hear your boss complimenting you and feel the emotions of pride and joy within you. The more you visualize the scene the easier it will be to really get into the emotions deeper and deeper. Writing out the scene is also good and it will help you to clairify things better.
|07-17-2011, 10:27 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: West Coast USA
I would imagine my boss saying whatever words are necessary for the outcome I'm visualizing to make sense. Beyond that, I might use what I know of my boss' personality and use of language to make it "more realistic", and imagine hearing it in his or her voice. But that's just bonus, it may not be necessary.
|07-17-2011, 03:44 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Chicago, Il
My key to success with visualization
Don't imagine your visualizations as video (seeing actions happening). Imagine them as polaroid pictures.
I wanted to do a speed test the other day. My visualizations seemed to be taking a few weeks to manifest and I wanted to figure out what part of the process I was delaying. So I was sitting at Walgreens and I envisioned a red corvette driving down the street. Then I had a thought that maybe I should try to see something more general like a red car. I didn't visualize the car, because I couldn't think of a new model so that I could see the shape, but about 1 minute later, the red car was driving past me.
The next morning I went to get a pedicure. Drove around the parking lot twice and then pulled into a spot. As I got out, parked in front of me was the exact red corvette I had envisioned about 17 hours previous.
My take away was- wow! I did it twice. But my bigger understanding was creating an active scene is a little harder than creating a snapshot. Think of it like a horse race. You don't need to see the horse physically racing to the end. You need to see the photo finish 'picture' of the win at the end.
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