Hey everyone, welcome back! My name is Anna and today, we’re going to talk about visualizing your dream life.
Have you ever thought about what your ideal life looks like? Maybe it’s traveling the world, starting your own business, or finding the love of your life. Whatever it may be, visualizing your dream life can help you achieve it.
I’ll be sharing four different techniques for visualizing your dream life that you can start using today. And, to make things even better, I have a free meditation download that you can use to help you visualize your dream life even more effectively. So stay tuned till the end of the video to learn how to download it.
Technique 1: Guided Visualization
The first technique we’ll be covering is guided visualization. Guided visualization is a technique where you close your eyes and imagine a scenario or environment.
To do this, find a quiet space where you won’t be interrupted, sit comfortably, and close your eyes.
Imagine yourself in your ideal life, visualize the details, and make it as vivid as possible. It could be in 1 year, in 2 years, in 5 years or even 10 years.
If you’re having trouble coming up with a visualization, don’t worry! I have a guided meditation that you can download for free from the link in the description.
It’s one of the most effective way to create a vision of your dream life. Sometimes, you have a vision during this meditation you didn’t know about. You didn’t know you wanted to be a mom, or you wanted to move abroad or these kind of stuff. With this meditation, you’ll know and you can put yourself to work toward this goal, this dream life.
Technique 2: Vision Board
The next technique is creating a vision board. A vision board is a visual representation of your goals and dreams.
To create one, you can cut out images from magazines or print out pictures from the internet representing what you want to achieve.
Then, glue them onto a poster board or a piece of paper and hang it up in a place where you’ll see it every day.
This will help remind you of what you want to achieve and keep you motivated.
What I like to do every year is to create a vision board on Pinterest and add all the images on a poster that I will use as wallpaper for my computer and phone. Usually, I like to create a vision for the next year. But I also like to use photos that inspired me for my dream life, like this picture on my phone right now. I’m pretty sure I won’t see this kind of landscape this year but it’s what I want for my dream life. And it reminds me why I work so hard.
Technique 3: Journaling
The third technique is journaling. Writing down your goals and dreams can help you clarify your thoughts and make them more concrete.
Take some time to write down your ideal day and what it would look like.
You can also use journal prompts, such as “What are my top three goals for the next year?” or “What are some things that make me happy?”
I recommend writing down your vision after your meditation. Write down the details like what you’re wearing, who are the people around you and what are doing in your vision. Then write down what are these goals, and what are small steps you need to achieve to reach these goals. For example, you know that I want to live near the ocean, and the photo here is exactly the vision I have for my dream home. But clearly, I need to earn money and to save money to buy this home. So I have a clear goal for that and every month, I save for this goal. You can do it too for your own goals.
Technique 4: Affirmations
The final technique is affirmations. Affirmations are positive statements that you repeat to yourself to help you believe in your dreams and achieve them.
Some examples of affirmations are “I am worthy of abundance and success,” “I am capable of achieving my goals,” or “I am confident in myself and my abilities.”
Repeat your affirmations every day, either in the morning or at night, and truly believe in them.
I’m guilty here because it’s not something I often do. Sometimes I just look at me in the mirror and I tell myself “You can do it girl” and it’s really powerful because I’m a beast of production after that. So it’s definitely something I need to incorporate more!
And that’s it for today! I hope these visualization techniques will help you create the life of your dreams.
Remember, you can download my free guided meditation from the link.