Everyone recognizes a visualization from when you are daydreaming. You’re kind of staring ahead of you and in your mind you see all kinds of images of events that could be coming or how you should have handled something differently. Or maybe you especially see an object in front of you.
What is interesting is that visualizing is not often something people do automatically when they are engaged in thoughts about goals, for example, such as improving memory, judging something, solving problems, planning something and making decisions (source 1).
While this is precisely something, which you can use visual thoughts essential for.
Visualization for problem solving
Visualizing can be used very well for problem solving. In fact, research shows that visualizations, actually on paper, can trigger solution-oriented thought visualizations. For example, you can also just read a problem on paper in written text. You will then visualize that written description. Then you can start visualizing what the solution to the problem, or even the process of the solution, looks like. By using visual thoughts, you are also less inhibited by your knowledge of language.
Visualizing for improving your performance
You sometimes see athletes who have their eyes closed before a competition and then make certain movements with their bodies. This is a clear signal that they are visualizing the match and they totally feel what they are going to do. In this way, they have already internally experienced their end result.
In fact, visualizing a task before performing it can help you improve the quality of the work you deliver. It does depend on how often you visualize this and how much time there is between the visualization and actually performing the task. The more visualizations and the shorter the time between a visualization and the actual doing, the better.
How can a visualization have so much effect?
Visualizing something helps give you a direction for your actions and causes your focus to change, making it easier to notice opportunities.
Thereby, visualizations and thoughts play a very important role in quantum physics and its influence on the real world around you. On the one hand, your body is better able to perform what you want it to perform, but on the other hand, your visualization also affects the world around you, making performing certain actions even easier.
For example, how often does it happen that you want something very badly, you can see how to achieve it, and then you succeed? Especially if you can imagine very well what it is like to achieve something, that you can not only see it in the visualization, but also feel it, then that gives you the energy and motivation needed to actually achieve that image (pull it into your life).
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