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Visualization


Visualisation plays a very important role with the mind and body relationship. Visualisation and Imagination are quite similiar. Visualisation is the picturing power of your mind. Your mind is like a camera constantly taking pictures of things around you. You are the star of your show. There is no one to give orders to your mind. The images you hold in your mind will determine the kind of life you will lead. When you first start to work with visualisation it is normally the imagination that comes to play. Visualisation takes time and practise to acquire. When working with visualisation it is important that one practises regularly. Try to practise at the same time each day, by doing that it becomes a habit.

Through visualisation you can keep your mind in order. You can control your feelings, emotions and thoughts. Visualisation is a great secret for success. Success means achievement. When you set goals visualise in your screen of your mind that you have already achieved those goals. Visualise in a relaxed state, the Images will be more vivid and you will find your own subconscious mind throwing up images which will appeal to you. Keep your goals constantly in your mind.

When visualising close your eyes. Sit comfortably and relaxed. First relax your whole body from the top of your head to the bottom of your feet. Let all the tension in your muscle, joints and body be released. By doing so your brain can work better. Now bring back to your mind those things which you want to achieve. Visualise yourself doing, enjoying, being, having the thing you want. Feel yourself enjoying it. Hold the picture closely in your mind. Let the things you want to achieve run through your mind like a movie. If you want to have a million dollar you can. All you have to do is to visualise in your screen of your mind. Feel the money in your hand, see it, hold it and enjoy it. Let the goal be in your mind all the time. Feel that you have already earned the million dollar. Once you do that it becomes easier and you can achieve your dreams.

All successful people visualize. Visualization is the key to unlock the door. Your goals,dreams and vision can be achieved through the power of visualization.

To learn more about visualization visit www.telesalestips.com

Winston Saga is one of the world's leading sales legends. He is also the CEO of Sales and Motivation International. Winston has been acknowledged as a unique and distinctive authority in the field of sales and personal development. Last year International Biography Centre selected him ''International Man of the Year'' for his outstanding contribution to sales and Service. He has written 100's of articles to magazine, journals and websites. Visit http://www.telesalestips.com to know more about the Author


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