A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words – Mental Training… A Skill Worth Mastering

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A picture is truly worth a thousand words.Why? Well, it may just have something to do with the subconscious mind. The subconscious brain sees a complete picture of everything happening all at once and is aware of the input from all of your senses at every moment. While your conscious brain is amazing at coming up with ideas, it is far less useful when it comes to carrying them out, due to being easily distracted. The average person changes focus every six to 10 seconds.

Mental training is a skill worth mastering. This has not gone unnoticed in the sporting arena.   Sport Psychology and Mental Training have been a part of coaching education of successful Olympians for some time. Whether referred to as visualization or imagery, the technique has long been a part of elite sports.

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Some say that the subconscious mind is the key to creating whatever it is in life that we desire. Our thoughts in the form of pictures being the seed in the ground of our fertile minds.

If it is true that what you focus on grows… some contemplation on focusing on ways to be more productive in creating the life you want is at least worth looking into!

Watch this small clip for more information on the purpose of Visualization and how to do it correctly. Can you see with your minds eye? Mental training is a life skill worth learning and mastering! To understand your brain to use visualization continue reading more on the topic here

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  1. mindbodyandsoul1010 says:

    Reblogged this on Mindbodyandsoul1010.blog and commented:

    The subconscious brain can remember billions of things in perfect sequence, not only for minutes at a time, but for your lifetime. How often does it get distracted? Never.

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