Got a great question in yesterday about the Theatre of the Mind process. See below, followed by my answer:
Yes. ALL of us have the ability to mentally picture, imagine and visualize. And when we do it with deep emotion, we start becoming the predominant creative force in our lives that we’re capable of being. We begin to manifest the miracles we’ve always dreamed about but felt we couldn’t have.
So think of it this way, all of us dream in pictures. We don’t just dream in sounds, smells, tastes and feelings. This means all of us CAN picture what we want in the waking state, too. You just need to reawaken the ability when you’re… “AWAKE.”
To get better at seeing mental pictures, close your eyes and remember what each room in your house looks like. Then proceed to the contents in your dresser, on and in your desk as well as what’s in the bathroom. The bathroom is an easy one for most because we spend a lot of time on the porcelain throne. Can you see your own toilet? Did the last person who used it remember to flush?
Hey, if you just grossed yourself out reading my words, how’d you do that unless you mentally pictured something disgusting?
Here’s the takeaway: If you have trouble seeing the future, then start with what you remember, start with the here and now. This will convince you that you have the ability to imagine/visualize. And it will cause you to transfer the ability to the present and future.
P.S. Your questions about the Theatre of the Mind process and other aspects of goal setting, visualization and so on are welcome.