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Q&A Series – Episode 291: What exactly is visualization?

Question: What exactly is visualization?

Answer: Visualization is a picture of success cherished with deep faith and concentrated attention on the screen of the mind. That is, first of all you must want, what you want to be or, want to get, believe in that, and the feeling of getting that is called visualization. Successful people in history have never been able to accept the prevailing situation or, surprised by the success of others, rather they believed that they had the power to create wonder within themself. The constant dream of change has inspired them to change their lives, to create new realities. Consciously or subconsciously, they are actually visualizing. Not only hope, but visualization is the reality of the future cherished in faith and action. Just as a bird reaches its destination on its wings, man also reaches the pinnacle of success by the wing of visualization. In this regard, one Historical event may be cited-

Dec. 17, 1903, 10 a.m. For the first time in the history of the world, people have successfully flown in the sky with a vehicle powered by heavier than the wind for thousands of years it was just an impossible fantasy. And so did two brothers, Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright.

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Interestingly, none of them were scientists. They had no higher degrees in mathematics, physics or aeronautical engineering from the university. They didn’t even cross high school boundaries. How did two Dayton bicycle mechanics do the impossible? In a word, the answer is visualization.

The idea of flying for the first time arose in the head of two brothers from a flying toy brought by their father in childhood. Then after years of research, effort, and failure, they got the success. The next time you board an airplane or see a plane flying overhead, you try to feel how simple this reality started from a simple thought. Because what the mind can think, what it can believe; can be achieved. Herein lies the power of visualization.

Source: Q&A | Quantum Method

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