Eeeek I know, I know, this is blog 5 on Visualizing Yourself. You may have seen my email on this if you’re subscribed to my emails. If you’re not subscribed to my emails, then you’re not a part of the Confidence Queens Academy, so put yourself on the Wait List here, and we’ll let you know as soon as spots are available again! Long story short, I started the theme two days in advance of the month, and now here we are.
This means that you get an extra week of Visualizing Yourself! Next month, we’re taking action. All the work that we have done together over the past few months is going to come together in the most concrete way imaginable. I’m talking about leaping (not stepping Queen, we don’t do things small here, we don’t survive, we THRIVE!) out into the world, armed with the self-assurance of who YOU are, the knowledge that YOU GOT YOU, and the power of the COURAGE that you’ve developed over the past few months. There are some very exciting times ahead Queen, so get ready and put in that work!
This week, I want you to really be mindful of the details in your visualizations. I have been asking you to sit with yourself, in a calm, quiet space, and Visualize the outcomes that you would like to see. Whether it be a yes to a determined pay rise, measurable weight loss, a new client for your business, or whatever it is that you’ve focused your Visualization practice on. Practice seeing in your mind the details of the outcome, how you (WILL!) feel, and any related smells, sounds, and touch associated with the outcome. I know smell is a weird one if you’re picturing for example a successful job interview, but engage all the senses you have at your disposal. Perhaps you’re wearing your favorite perfume, or you know the smell of your boss’ office. A firm handshake, or a pat on the shoulder, or even you tapping your own thigh in victory. The musky smell of a crowd, or that weird tangy smell (just me? 👀 It smells weird, right?) of freshly printed paper. Whatever might be relevant to your own specific scenario, flesh it out to the point where you can see, hear, smell, and physically feel the outcome.
Oh, and feel free to move around as you see fit during the Visualizations. You might find that when you start to move with the actions you’re imagining, the images become sharper and clearer.
I highly recommend that you keep track of your Visualizations. If you’re more of the writer type, go ahead and take the time to describe them in detail in a journal. I actually love to script and write about my visualisations as if it has actually happened. If you’re more visual, give the vision board a go. It’s an excellent tool to help guide your Visualizations, with the added bonus that you can layer details as you go.
You got this, and you know I got you.
And Queen? Fix your crown, ‘cause you’re going to be showing it off very, very soon😉