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People have used various visualization techniques, meditations, and prayers for centuries. Visualization meditation provides us with the tools to change our lives and makes us more tangible by connecting us to our inner wisdom. In this article, you will learn visualization meditation types, techniques, benefits, and tips. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Visualization Meditation - Types, Techniques, Benefits And Tips

Visualization Meditation Types, Techniques,
Benefits and Tips People have been using a
variety of visualization techniques, meditations,
and prayers for centuries. However,
visualization often gets a bad reputation as
something mysterious or alluring that isnt
based on reality.
What is visualization meditation? Visualization
is a style of mindfulness meditation where the
practitioner makes a formation of any story in
their minds eye and will focus on this image or
concept (story) during the practice. In this
type of meditation method, the practitioner uses
his or her imagination to focus on drawing
positive images, thoughts, feelings or
sensations, symbols, or calming the mind while
the body is in a relaxed state. Visualization is
an all-purpose style of meditation where the
focus is on letting thoughts come and go, rather
than consciously directing them. After all, it
may seem counterintuitive to balance a state of
mind and body focus such as controlled breathing
or mantra repetition. Visualization techniques
have been used for ages by public figures and
private individuals to visualize their desired
outcomes. Why is visualization so
powerful? Visualization is such a powerful
technique where we visualize our inner world in a
different way, which helps us to understand
ourselves better. We create images in our minds
to change our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
that help guide us toward our highest potential.
We can also use visualization to connect our
thoughts and feelings to
physical forms. For example, if youre feeling
sad about something, you can imagine yourself
being happy.
Visualization meditation provides us with the
tools to make changes in our lives and makes us
more tangible by connecting us to our inner
wisdom. Using it in conjunction with additional
practices such as pranayama or mantra meditation
directs your subconscious mind to become aware
of the ultimate goal. 4 types of visualization
meditation practices The 4 Types of Visualization
Meditation Practices can be broadly classified
into two main types. One visualization practice
that focuses on visualizing a tangible object and
another visualization practice works for
you. 1. Color Breathing This visualization
technique can help relieve stress in your own
life and improve general mood or feel
happier. You can take some decision/feeling in
your life that you want to bring into you, you
can also stop for a few moments on it. It can be
a positive vibes. Next, give this feeling a
color that best relates to it or the one you
love. Think about the color you choose or you
may feel it filling your body all over. Colorful
breathing can focus on color when you dont have
time for complete meditation.
  • Guided Imagery
  • Guided imagery is a convenient and simple stress
    management technique that involves you quickly
    and easily managing stress and dwelling on a
    positive mental image.
  • In this meditation technique usually involves a
    relaxation exercise to improve mood or before
    bedtime. This technique is usually a great way to
    relax you or your subconscious mind, deal with
    stress or fear, and take control of our
  • Compassion Meditation
  • Compassion meditation is a Buddhist meditation
    also known as loving-kindness meditation. This
    visual meditation practice can help you foster
    compassion, empathy, forgiveness, and acceptance
    toward yourself and others. Here you start
    imagining someone in life whom you care deeply
    about. To him you repeat comforting words like
    May you be healthy and happy.
  • Muscle Relaxation
  • This visualization practice can help you relax
    your stiff or tight progressive muscles, which
    can improve your mood and help, relieve physical
    and emotional stress.
  • Visualization Techniques
  • Here are five tools and techniques you can use to
    learn how to practice visualization
  • Create a Vision Board
  • Create a vision board by which to let your
    imaginations take flight. You can put pictures
    of the things you want or want to make your life
    like. Place your vision board where you see it
    every day.

  • Use Index Cards
  • Do you remember using flashcards as a kid? Maybe
    you used them to learn math or words. As an
    adult, we can use index cards in much the same
    way as a tool for visualization.
  • List 10 or 20 goals that you are currently
    working towards. Write each on an index card and
    keep it by your bed.
  • Picture and Describe
  • When visualizing you create a specific mental
    image. The more details your brain uses, the
    more and more real details it will start to
    provide you with your goal.
  • Use Exposure
  • One goal is to do parachuting
    about things related to your goals.
    Close your eyes and mentally say what you want
    (your goal) in an affirmation. Imagine a
    situation or future event you want to work on.
    Make the scene as realistic as you can, using
    your five senses as a simulation. Always include
    strong positive emotions. Is key without a
    strong emotion, the imagined event does not seem
    real enough to be recorded as a memory. Repeat
    the process frequently. Try to visualize daily
    until you see desirable changes in your
    behaviour, skills, confidence, etc.
  • Benefits of visualization
  • It enhances positive thoughts by motivating us to
    think in a positive way.
  • It reduces stress by listening to slow music and
    visualizing your day to organize your thoughts,
    mentally prepare you and help reduce stress.
  • It activates your subconscious mind with creative
    ideas to achieve your goal.
  • It programs your brain to see and identify what
    is needed to achieve your goals.
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