Growing a business can be exciting and scary as you wonder whether your dream will be a success. Luckily, creative visualization is one of the greatest keys in a lightworker’s arsenal, and it can be the difference between failure and success.
We are more successful when we visualize ourselves achieving success before we embark upon a task. If you’re familiar with the work of Abraham-Hicks, you may have heard that you should visualize everything before you do it the way you’d like to see it go. For example, if you are getting ready to give a speech before a crowd, visualize that crowd engrossed in your speech and hanging upon your ever word. Even Olympic athletes use visualization to improve their athletic performance.
You can — and should — do the same thing with your healing practice. Visualize your clients happy with your work. Imagine them being moved and touched and healed and going on to be happier and better people because of the service that you performed. Visualize them telling everyone about your services. Visualize your calendar being full of great clients.
Also imagine how you’ll feel when that happens. Imagine and try to really conjure up the feelings of gratitude and joy that you feel at having so many great clients in your life. Imagine what it feels like to be excited to jump out of bed to further a business that fulfills you.
Use creative visualization repetitively
Don’t just do this practice one time. Use creative visualization often to familiarize your mind and heart with all of these notions. Each time you allow these thoughts to permeate your mind they will become more familiar. They will feel better. They will just roll around the inside of your subconscious mind with less and less resistance. If you can, spend about ten minutes doing this at the start of each day.
Start to notice how your experience with your clients changes. Don’t be surprised if your clients begin to let you know how much your services are helping them. You’ll also likely notice an uptick in new customers who have been referred to you by your old customers.
You’ll also notice that the creative visualization process itself gets easier. At first, you may experience some resistance to doing this exercise. There may be a part of you that doubts that you are making a difference and that part might have a difficult time visualizing your impact.
Keep visualizing despite that, and you’ll not only win more clients over, but you’ll win yourself over in the process.