What do you want to create?
Each day, for 21 days, try a short guided visualization focused on a new theme/area of your life. These guided visualizations are designed to help you get clear on what you really want in each of these areas, so that with a clear vision in mind you can begin moving toward it. Each visualization takes approximately 5 minutes.
When you join the 21 Day Visualization Project, you’ll receive:
What is visualization?
Visualization is a practice of focusing your mind upon the end-result you want to create. (For example: Athletes will often visualize making their shots, scoring touchdowns, or crossing the finish line.) Visualization allows us to “put ourselves in the picture” and feel what the end-result will be like before we get there. This is a powerful manifestation tool that’s been proven to help us achieve our goals and create change.
How do I visualize?
Visualizing is simple. Find a quiet spot. Close your eyes. Set an alarm for five minutes (there’s no need to do it longer). Then imagine the end-result you want to create as vividly as possible, using all of your senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch. Most important, allow yourself to feel what you would feel if you were experiencing it in real life. More visualization tips will be provided throughout the project.
How long should I visualize each day?
Five minutes. No more. No less.
What if I skip a day?
That’s okay. It’s not a big deal if you skip a day. Start again when you can. If you only visualize 7 of the 21 days, that’s still 7 more days than you would have visualized otherwise. Any amount of time you can devote to visualizing is powerful, so do the best you can (and have fun doing it).
What are the benefits of visualization?
There are countless benefits of visualization: it helps to increase focus, calm your mind, feel more grounded, eliminate stress, and tap into your creativity… not to mention the power it has to help you manifest change and achieve goals.
Why is the project 21 days?
It’s often said that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. If you can stick with the project for 21 days, you’ll find it easier to visualize on your own after the project is over.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” - Albert Einstein
“You are more productive by doing 15 minutes of visualization, than from 16 hours of hard labor.” - Abraham Hicks
"Our thoughts, our feelings, our dreams, our ideas are physical in the universe. That if we dream something, if we picture something, it adds a physical thrust towards the realization that we can put into the Universe.” - Will Smith