Goal visualization

Every morning, Tony Robbins engages in a 10-minute priming exercise to channel his energy and create the ideal conditions for a fulfilling day. By taking charge of his mindset and emotions, he is able to cultivate a positive state, which greatly increases the odds that he will experience happiness, success and fulfillment throughout his day.

Does this sound like the way you want to start your day? Most people get up and begin going about their morning routine without a real goal in mind for what they want to experience in the next sixteen hours. They allow life to happen to them instead of creating a vision for how they want their day to look. This opens the door for the negativity of the news, the distraction of social media, or even the mental drain of your own negative thoughts to create and control your state.

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Why you should visualize your goals

Tony is a true believer in focusing on and nurturing our inner states rather than attempting to control or fix our environment. As he discussed with The Untethered Soul author Michael Singer, when what you experience inside yourself is in alignment with your values and your purpose, outside circumstances don’t matter. You don’t need things to always go your way or for people to act in a specific manner to make you happy. You’re already happy within yourself, and this allows you to give to others instead of always focusing on what you’re getting.

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Promotes productivity

When we become more mindful of our thoughts and feelings, we can begin to question why we feel certain ways and begin challenging beliefs that are holding us back. As author Byron Katie states in her book A Mind at Home with Itself, “The mind can never be controlled. It can only be questioned, loved and met with understanding.” Once we understand our minds better, we can deal with fears and anxieties and really begin living a life that is free of restraint and poised to take on greater challenges.

Visualizing is just another form of focusing your attention of your mind instead of being distracted by the noise around you. When you learn how to visualize your goals and dreams, you can manifest the success and fulfillment you crave. This can be in the form of a more loving relationship, a more successful career or a new endeavor that enhances your life. The beauty of goal visualization is that it can be used in any part of your life and at any time to create better results.

How to visualize your goals and get what you want

Goal visualization is highly customizable, meaning you can use a number of different methods to make it fit with your personality, lifestyle and what resonates best with you. To help get you started, here’s how Tony uses goal visualization in his morning priming exercise to maximize his day:

  • After getting in a comfortable position and focusing on his breathing, Tony practices gratitude for everything that is good in his life. If you’re just starting out, pick three things to focus on, and spend a minute thinking about that memory or goal, and how it has helped guide you toward this exact moment in your life.

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  • Once Tony has practiced gratitude, he pictures a colored light coming down and filling his body. This light heals his thoughts, feelings and body as well as any problems he’s been experiencing. You can use whatever vision resonates most with you in this part of the practice. While Tony pictures a healing light, others have used the vision of a protective spirit enveloping them in an embrace or a protective circle of energy surrounding them. After you’ve allowed the healing, send the energy you’ve just received back to heal and strengthen those you love and care about.
  • From this place, you can now use goal visualization to picture the outcomes and goals you most want to achieve. These can be short-term goals you want to accomplish that day or longer-term goals that you are working toward. Visualize these goals as already being accomplished, and celebrate your victory. Feel how fulfilled you are now that you’ve attained your goals and how it will positively affect others.

When learning how to visualize your goals and dreams, it’s vital that you picture them already being accomplished. This is the difference between hoping for something to happen and using goal visualization to actually manifest it.

Many people are beginning to realize the power of mindfulness and meditation when it comes to dealing with anxiety, cultivating gratitude and achieving a more peaceful inner and outer life. Goal visualization is one example of the next level of mindfulness and using the power of the mind to not only ease worry and fear, but to also accelerate success and growth. It’s the perfect way to, as Michael Singer says, “turn on the energy faucet” and harness the power that we all have within us.

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Visualize and actualize your goals and strengths as a business owner by practicing Tony Robbins’ Priming method.