“The key to effective visualization is to create the most detailed, clear and vivid a picture to focus on as possible. The more vivid the visualization, the more likely, and quickly, you are to begin attracting the things that help you achieve what you want to get done.” – George St-Pierre
Play with your visual image in your head.
There’s many different submodalities part of your visual representational system.
They could be:
Visualizing is about how your brain is processing what you see in the external world and the images you create in your internal world.
Start to play with it. Notice what works and doesn’t work. Adjust it accordingly to the result you are after.
If you want to make something bigger, stronger and more intense making it brighter, closer, bigger, moving and more colorful usually does the trick.
“Visualization – it’s been huge for me. Your mind doesn’t know the difference between imagination and reality. You can’t always practice perfectly – my fingers will play a little bit out of tune, or my dance moves might not be as sharp – but in my mind, I can practice perfectly.” – Lindsey Stirling
If you want to lessen the intensity you might want to make it darker, smaller, still, black/white and further away.
There’s many different ways you can play with it.
Experiment with what happens if you change any of the submodalities. Do one at a time so you can test it and learn how to use each one that is best for you.
The more you practice the better you’ll get and you’ll become a master of your internal imagery.