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Visualization

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 


“Unfortunately, when we have idle time, many of us have a habit of running all sorts of negative pictures through our minds. But now that you are aware that visualization is a powerful part of the creative process, use this wonderful tool to lend momentum to achieving your goals! Allow only those images in your mind that support you and others, and see how quickly things change.”

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Visualization not Day Dreaming or Wishful Thinking!

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

“Effective Visualization

The practice of creative visualization is not idle day dreaming or wishful thinking. Yes, you could say that it’s like dreaming, but it’s more than that. It is focused imagining, with the power of your will and persistence behind it. It is an immaterial activity that takes form first as a mental image, then as a material image.

Visualization is the first step in bringing forth your quality purpose and determination (the fourth principle of mental conduct); therefore, you must exercise responsibility in what you imagine. You use the same responsibility you used when you formed your quality purpose and determination.”

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Being both immaterial (spiritual) and material (physical)

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Consider again:

Your Silent Master Consciousness

knows Itself to be

immaterial in substance,

but it also takes form

(manifests) as your physical

body and the material

world around you.  Thus,

you may describe yourself as

being both immaterial (spiritual)

and material (physical)

at the same time.”

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visible manifestations follow the ideas and images

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“I used this example to show that most of your negative statements are exactly like this.  I am not financially stable; I am not happy; I am not healthy means that you know the ideas of financial stability, happiness, and health.  So if they have not taken visible, tangible form, you may not have used your power of visualization to support their manifestation.

Let’s go back to this person who says “I am not comfortable.”  She sees herself working at a job she dislikes for which she’s underpaid; she sees herself coming home to an apartment that is much too small, with inadequate furnishings because she can’t afford better; she sees herself going into debt to make ends meet.  If you ask her to start a program of literally imagining herself in a job she wants, living in a spacious apartment or home, and having all the money required, she may become angry and tell you that that’s impractical daydreaming.  “Look at the visible facts.  I have to be realistic.”

To be “realistic,” however, is to know that all visible manifestations follow the ideas and images you hold in your mind.”

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Back to that original question, Who am I

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Suppose someone were to look around and say, “I do not have the comfort of certain objects in my life.”  Again we’re back to that original question, Who am I?  This person has answered, “I am not comfortable.”

What a strange and contradictory belief, however!  In the process of stating this negative condition, she has affirmed that potential existence of the positive.  She has said, “I am not comfortable,” which means she knows the idea of comfort.  And, if she knows it, she can have it.  This is true of any idea. If you can think it, you can have it.  You may have to work hard in making some mental and emotional changes to manifest it.  But you can have it.”

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Ideas and Images Take Form

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

“Ideas and Images Take Form

Let’s take a simple idea, like “comfort.”  We can be very creative in turning that idea into form.  What images come to your mind?  A kind of chair?  Some kind of house or car?  A person?  A geographical location or climate?  Certain kinds of clothes?  A bank account of a certain size?  Clearly, comfort can take many visible forms.  (Remember now, we are talking about true comfort, not the sense of comfort such as taking drugs to escape from reality.)”

 

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Forming a mental image

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Visualization is the process of forming a mental image, and the process of forming images in our mind is called imagining (something most of us do with relative ease).

The word “image” comes from the same Latin root as the word “imitate.”  This means that when we form an image, we are imitating or creating a likeness of something else.  That something else is an idea.  All images, whether those you see outside you or those you see in your mind’s eye, are visible duplications of some idea.”

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Ideas Create Images

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

Ideas Create Images

Remember this Image of your Silent Master Consciousness:

IMAGE I

Your Silent Master is your

Real Self, your original Self.

It expresses Itself through

your thinking, through true

Ideas and Thoughts in your

mind . . .

These ideas are the primal, original source of everything that manifests in visible form. In fact, the word “idea” is derived from the Greek root word that means “to see,” so an idea automatically carries with it the concept of visibility. Haven’t you noticed that when you understand an idea, you usually say, “I see.” In our universe, we turn ideas into material form. Visualization is a powerful tool for doing so.

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Invisible

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Ideas are quite invisible when compared to moon flowers or sunsets. Yet, they are just as real and just as inspiring! Do we not feel excited about a new idea just as we do when we experience the rare and beautiful in Nature? When we experience true ideas, we are likewise naturally impelled to capture their beauty in material form.”

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see in the world around us

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

 “Visualization

When I was a young girl in Korea, I was fascinated by a flower that bloomed only at night. Appropriately, they were called moon flowers. As I sat in the garden at night watching them open, I was amazed that even in the moonlight their color was so beautiful. I remember having the thought that surely our ideas of color came from nature. I thought, How often people look at flowers or a beautiful sunset and want to imitate these colors somehow, in art, in clothing, or whatever. Isn’t it interesting that the purity of nature, its original natural beauty, inspires us to capture it or duplicate it? Certainly, this is one form of visualization: reproducing in representative ways what we see in the world around us.”

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