Therefore, this is what the Groundhog Day technique can help you do, among other things. Just visualize your day the way you would have liked it to go. Do you wish you didn't do or say something? Do you wish you had worked on a project instead of channel surfing the TV for 4 hours and having watched nothing interesting? Just look at your whole day and see areas of your day the way you wish they were. Make it a reality in your imagination. Even if you got negative news, replay it in your imagination in a positive light. This is no time to be realistic because much of your reality is actually molded in your imagination.
Even if events happen, you can take away the sting by visualizing a positive outcome. Say you had an argument with someone at work. You can visualize the experience as having gone on without any confrontation at all. The funny thing is that your visualization will affect the other person on a subconscious level. I've proven this in my own life over and over again. We are all interconnected spiritually. If you send out positive vibes then only good things will come back to you. You don't have to react to circumstances -- you can create them instead.
If you visualize bad things, then bad things will come back to you. Don't be quick to anger because it will come back to you. Your thoughts are very powerful -- you must be careful with them. Be careful in how you speak to yourself in your inner dialogue. What you say will manifest itself in some form in your life. It may simply manifest in limited thinking and therefore limited results..
Now to the second part of the technique: I start my day in the morning by visualizing how I would like my day to go. You can visualize things you expect to do. You can also visualize meeting people or having a day of adventure. You'll certainly have a better chance of attracting these things into your life if you expect them to happen. You can even repeat to yourself you are going to have a wonderful day. Try it, it works.
I've been getting fantastic results. I've been getting much more accomplished. Plus my day is now infused with the magic of imagination. I'm living the life I've imagined and it is extremely enjoyable. Visualization is equivalent to programming a computer, except you are programming your own mind. It's a great way to get you doing more of what you really want to do, even if you have some initial resistance or bad habits.
I just do a short reading of a spiritually inspiring book and then I do my visualization for 10 to 15 minutes. Then at night, I do another visualization as I go to bed and relive my day the way I would have liked it to go. But as I'm improving, I find less need to revise the day because I am more and more happy with the way my day is going.
Another thing you can do is to revise past events that are still bothering you. They could have been from years back. But if you have guilt or anger from a past event, this can hold your progress back in your current life. You have to forgive to be able to move on in life. Anger and feelings of guilt attract discord and negative results in your life. That is why it's not good to be so argumentative or to be a pessimist. That's because you attract into your life what you imagine and what you are. Why not be an optimist instead? You'll find that you have a much more positive and magical life when you do this.
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