by Carole Dean
Mastering Creative Visualization to Manifest Miracles
Using the work of author Stuart Wilde as a guideline, I’ve created a 5 part series of blogs and videos to show filmmakers how they can have a miracle happen in their life. I outlined creating a miracle action plan and its components.
The final video of my video series on How to Manifest Miracles concludes with how to complete your miracle action plan. Stuart says the final step to master for your plan is visualization.
Visualization is the ability to live as if what you asked for actually exists. You need to live and act as if it is a fact. Stuart says that the inner mind does not know the difference between fact and fantasy.
Once you can see yourself walking through a scene, you can feel you are actually a part of it.
Stuart writes “imagine this: if you can create a powerful and strong image of yourself as a miracle maker, as this wonderful, wonderful human being that has so much to give, so much to offer the world, then that being comes alive. It is almost as if, by putting that energy into the mind, you shine a light in there that stimulates the mind.”
Others will see this light in you and know that you love and support yourself and this brings miracles.
Whatever your life’s purpose, you want to imagine yourself living that now on a daily basis. Day dreaming is part of visualization. Use your driving time or your house cleaning time to see yourself living the life you want. Live it, feel it, see it, smell it. Use all your senses and make it real.
If you are a filmmaker, then see yourself receiving an award for your film. See you and your crew on a TV interview show discussing how you made the film. Just create imaginary scenes that could happen. Give the universe a vision of what you want your life to be.
Goal Setting with Creative Visualization
One powerful use of creative visualization is for goal-setting. Please don’t set goals that are impossible for you because if you can’t conceptualize it or feel that this can happen then you may never reach that goal.
I think setting small goals first is best. Then, when you hit that goal it truly empowers you. You set another realistic goal and hit that and you are on your way.
I like to see myself at a holiday like Thanksgiving at the table with friends. I’m sharing what the goal was and how proud I am that this has happened.
You should “feel” into a goal. If your body reacts with fear or stress, reduce the goal or give yourself more time until your body relaxes. The mind and body need to be in alignment to achieve your goals.
This visualization is the last and most important element in creating miracles. Use this information to create some exciting miracles in your lives and share them with me.
Carole Dean is president and founder of From the Heart Productions; a 501(c)3 non-profit that offers fiscal sponsorship for independent filmmakers. She hosts the weekly podcast, The Art of Film Funding, interviewing those involved in all aspects of indie film production. She is also the author of The Art of Film Funding, 2nd Edition: Alternative Financing Concepts. See IMDB for producing credits.