Mind Power – How to Create Mental Images That Will Make You Come True!

Mind Power How to Create Mental Images That Will Make You Come True

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Mind power is perhaps one of our strongest and most beneficial powers that we posses. This magical power, with your mind, can produce success or failure, joy or misery, opportunities or challenges. It all depends on your mind.

The power of your mind is contained in your subconscious mind, which is largely responsible for your thoughts, feelings, behaviors, creativity, learning and memory. The conscious mind only checks in upon the information that is fed into it through sensory inputs (sight, hearing, touch, smell, etc.).

Instead, your subconscious is where everything that you have ever experienced or wanted to experience first entered your mind. This including your dreams and nightmares.

In the same way that the food you eat is digested and absorbed first by the stomach, your thoughts are processed and stored by the conscious mind. Meanwhile, your subconscious acts as a connector and sends your messages straight to your conscious mind.

To best perform, you need both the conscious and subconscious mind to be in a state of high activeness. This is because they are like two sides of a coin; the more active you are, the more powerful your mind is.

As you follow the instructions and suggestions back and forth, from the conscious and subconscious, your mind creates for you whatever it takes to accomplish whatever it is you wish to accomplish.

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If you do not use your mind power or exert a bit of control over what you desire, it will simply not come to you. On the other hand, if you work on filling your mind, filling it with positive thoughts, then you will attract exactly the type of thing you are seeking.

An easy way to practice mind power is to visualize a time when you were able to attract exactly the kind of wealth you desire. Now, picture it in your mind’s eye, mentally. You should see every single asset, financial or non-financial, that you are drawn to. It may be some kind of cash, artwork, exotic trip, great house, exotic car or whatever else it is you desire.

Once you have a nice big collection of mental images, try to imagine them becoming real. Instead of thinking “I could have a million dollars”, visualize it. Visualization plays a very big role in mind power. You need to always be filled with positive thoughts. By consistently filling your mind with positive images, you will attract more of the same.

41 thoughts on “Mind Power – How to Create Mental Images That Will Make You Come True!

  1. Rowan Corona says:

    Visualization is a natural activity but we don’t always use this capacity of the mind to our advantage

  2. Kaelan Sharples says:

    During the day we are often enraptured by mental images related to the past or worries about the future. These escapes from the present make us lose touch with the here and now.

  3. Jazmyn Mcfadden says:

    Learning to use the power of imagination in a conscious way can make a real difference in our life.

  4. Mahamed Trevino says:

    Contrary to what many believe, creating images in the mind is not a way to break away from reality.

  5. Andre Collier says:

    Visualization can have specific goals and is a well-established technique to help deal with daily difficulties with the right attitude.

  6. Layla-Rose Parkinson says:

    Visualization is a conscious mental representation of something that is not present in front of us at that moment.

  7. Jun Holden says:

    Creative Visualization Techniques are an effective therapeutic tool for reducing stress, anxiety or overcoming fears, improving mental and physical performance and generating desired changes.

  8. Poppy-Rose Thompson says:

    So those who have always criticized me because of my “daydream” attitude did not understand anything. I am the real thing.

  9. Zohaib Marshall says:

    Who does not happen to daydream at least once a day? However, this condition, if taken to extremes, could be harmful to health.

  10. Abdi Snow says:

    Automatic and repetitive movements such as walking, swinging, turning around, shaking something in your hand, etc. can accompany daydreaming.

  11. Cassia Mcbride says:

    Make your expectations realistic. Do not forget that daydreaming is a normal and healthy activity when the latter is in balance with the other areas of your life.

  12. Fionnuala Roberts says:

    If your goal is never to dream again, then the chances are high that you may experience failure and subsequent frustration.

  13. Sameera Parra says:

    This is especially true if you are an introverted and / or highly creative person, both aspects that spontaneously stimulate daydreaming.

  14. Natalya Santana says:

    However, it must be said that visualizing in the correct way helps in problem solving and allows you to reach important goals.

  15. Gina Vinson says:

    Mental images are the key to our self-realization. Everything we want to create in our life necessarily passes through mental images.

  16. Aleena Tait says:

    As rightly reported in this very interesting article, mental images are in fact imprinted on the subconscious mind and become the matrix or model of the subconscious mind itself.

  17. Alanna Salt says:

    We must therefore pay close attention to which mental images we keep in our mind in a predominant way: we must at all costs avoid imprinting the mental images we do not want and we must at all costs imprint the mental images we want.

  18. Hayleigh Clark says:

    The fact is that the imagination, being so affordable for everyone (and so cheap! It is completely free) we hardly value it at all.

  19. Christiana Melendez says:

    The so-called ‘creative imagination’ is not something reserved for poets, philosophers, inventors; it is part of our every act since it determines the image of the end on which the automatic mechanism operates. Our acting or not acting are consequences of the imagination and not of the will as is commonly believed.

  20. Georga Mclellan says:

    When we create reality in our mind, through the power of our mind, this is why we not only create a mental reality: in effect we always create a real reality.

  21. Nataniel Pearson says:

    This is the great, immense power of visualization: thanks to its ability to recall and reactivate deep psychic systems – and thanks to the fact that for the mind the experience of imagination activates the same processes as the experience of reality -, with the visualization we consciously re-create our reality continuously.

  22. Eesha Vargas says:

    The creation and maintenance in one’s mind of a specific mental image, which represents one’s ideal or goal to be achieved, is the first step to bring oneself to the realization of the desired goal.

  23. Conna Swanson says:

    If everyone on the planet knew this and put it into practice, we would create a different world.

  24. Jordana Hulme says:

    We control powerful forces that most of us are completely unaware of. Your power can create good or bad future events for you, for your friends, for your family and for all humanity. Here’s the problem: we involuntarily create positive and negative future events capable of generating life and potentially even being fatal.

  25. Jerry Valencia says:

    Exactly, and I would add that without knowing this power, using it is like playing Russian roulette with the engine of the universe.

  26. Ellie-May Gale says:

    Apparently, however, there are some people who cannot see with their mind’s eye: it is aphantasia, a little known but quite widespread condition.

  27. Pharrell Lowery says:

    Mind Maps involve all the functions of the brain, spatial recognition, color, imagination, connection and association activities.

  28. Thomas Vasquez says:

    If you think about it, the books, the powerpoint presentations or the notes we take in the notebooks are placed on different layers that do not relate to each other except with very labile connections that dissolve quickly when we do not review that information and reinforce those bonds.

  29. Arfa Glenn says:

    Mind maps activate many different parts of your brain, which leads to deeper understanding and better memorization of work.

  30. Cienna Olsen says:

    To create mind maps you need to use both the features of your creative side and those of your analytical side.

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