Power of Visualization

It is estimated we have approximately between 25 to 70,000 thoughts a day. Sadly, research has found in study after study 70% of these thoughts are negative. More alarmingly, 95% of our thoughts are repetitive. Meaning, we continue to repeat the same thoughts day after day.

What most people don’t realize is that our thoughts create a cascade of images. We are constantly producing movies in our minds.

These movies signal our bodies to react as if the images we are playing a real.

If you want power more limitless then you can currently imagine, learn to “live stream” a continuous loop of PRETTY PICTURES.

The most powerful lifehack I have found is to clearly identify your greatest dream or best life, or peak performance and then recruit the awesome power of your subconscious mind by intentionally rolling movies that help you to see, feel, touch and even taste the wonder and beauty of your future possibilities.

Basketball great, Michael Jordan, believed in the power of visualization so much he said- “Every time I feel tired while exercising and training, I close my eyes to see that picture, to see that list with my name. This usually motivates me to work again.” When I wanted to achieve my impossible dream of becoming the first person to swim the entire 187-mile length of the Willamette River, I would watch an endless loop of my triumphant completion from the Willamette into the Columbia River with fists raised in victory. Within 10 months of creating these pretty pictures I accomplished my first world-record. If watching pretty pictures trained my brain gave me the power to make this dream a reality at the age of 54 and while still an active cancer patient, it will have even greater power to change your life.


We have coaches here at Sokya Health who are eager to help you learn how to tap into your power to make your dreams come true.

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