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mindset visualisation Apr 23, 2021

We have all heard the saying 'what you see is what you get…' but did you know the brain can't tell the difference between what is imagined and what is an actual event (reality) ...  This is why Visualisation is becoming a growing mindful practice for creating a calmer and more empowered mindset.

Visualisation is nothing new; elite sportspeople, top 500 CEOs, surgeons, and entertainers all have a version of Visualisation in their mental toolkit to bring out the best in themselves.   In particular, the visualisation process is something many professional sportspeople regularly use as part of their mental training, preparing their minds to achieve their sporting goals.   And this technique can apply to your everyday life, your little wins and matches in your own life.

There is growing research on how the mind can't tell the difference between what is imagined and reality. For example, Neuroscientists at Harvard taught a simple 5-fingered...

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It’s All in the Mind: The Power of Visualisation

"It’s all in the mind." No truer sentence has ever been spoken. Or, as Buddha put it: “What we think, we become.”

Many a great business leader, celebrity, actor and musician who has made it big seems to swear by the power of visualisation. There’s even a quote by comedian Jim Carey attesting to the power of the mind that has gone viral on social media so many times I wasn’t even sure it was true, until I saw Carey interviewed on The Graham Norton Show, where he explained how he visualised receiving a cheque for $10,000,000 every single day for four years. As it turned out, his first acting pay cheque was exactly that – an incredible $10 million.    

Tennis legend Serena Williams meanwhile claims that 70% of her game is in her mind. However, she’s not the only sportsperson to do so – in 2019 Serena was actually defeated at the US Open by 19-year-old Bianca Andreescu, who said post-match: “I’ve been...

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