Visualisation is the practice of changing your thoughts by using your imagination to allow you to see situations differently and the potential to experience new patterns and behaviours in your everyday life,using creative visualisation and positive mindset will help open opportunities to create positive habits, leading to positive outcomes

Visualise what is Familiar

if you don’t feel experienced in visualisation begin with looking at what is familiar to you. Think about what you had for breakfast?  What did you do in work? What was your first pet? Where did you go for your last holiday?  Start in those familiar places and relive the experience. That is Visualisation!

Visual Navigation

Sit comfortably, Close your eyes and begin to remember the positive journeys that you have made before, now in your mind. Maybe start with a walk around your favourite place and re-notice all the landmarks – the colours, the smells, the sounds and the feelings. Notice as much as you can in your mind. Revisit this place often and see if you can notice new things. This will help you to develop your neurological pathways and create the basis for change. For re-visiting places in Visual Navigation, make sure that you only re-visit experiences and places that you are ok with,


Look at how you spoke to yourself was it nurturing, encouraging? or maybe it was full of demands, such as need, should, must? The language we use is very important, these  words put unnecessary pressure on yourself and make the journey towards your goal much more demanding. Think of changing these demands to preferences, have a desire for action and create a new language to yourself that is more helpful.

Repetition, Repetition, Repetition

The key to success in goal achievement is repetition. You are what you practice, eventually new behaviours become new habits and unhelpful behaviours are extinguished. Regular practice of new behaviours, such as Goal Visualisation, lay down new neurologies as ‘templates’ in the brain that you access from new memory. The name of the game is Repetition; new behaviours become habits over time. It won’t happen overnight ,stay committed to your goals,

Short-Term Goals

short-term goal  of meditation and visualisation, perhaps ten minutes twice every day. Imagine the Steppingstone that you will take towards your goal and make the images as vivid and as real as possible. Think about When, Where and With Whom?


small goals lead to life changing results , as you visualise and take steps towards your final goal you will become more confident, resilient and the outcome will make the results much more successful