Finally getting around to a post about an aspect of Visualization for manifesting an outcome. I don’t know that it was what I planned to do this morning but after an email I got last night I decided to go ahead with it.
I do want mention the prayer success rate I mention from Grace Cathedral – 100% – was measured by success in prayers I said not only for myself but for others.
People who were trying to deal with/recover from an illness or trying to conceive, looking for a house, a job, etc.
When I do meditation/prayer I do say things for myself but more often than not I’m praying for someone else.
Which leads to…
A friend informed me several weeks back she was facing a health challenge. I replied with a promise to do Silva healing techniques and then explained what it was about and encouraged her to take the BLS so she, too, could learn the techniques and have others work on her case.
I also gave her the website to put her info in so others could work on her case.
I have my own version of healing that like my meditation/prayer style is a kluge of various techniques I’ve learned or absorbed throughout my life. I do, however, frequently integrate the Mirror of the Mind technique when doing a healing.
I’ve had incredible luck with it for healing.
The technique involves visualizing the problem in great detail then sliding a frame over – in the mind’s eye – and visualizing the solution whereafter you only visualize the solution. Since I do a kluge, rather than visualizing my friend and the specific image of an outcome, I visualized an email in which she communicated a very specific sentence. Last night I got that email.
Two months or so after I began working her case.
This ties to the original post idea which is why I led with it as an example. Now, I’ll elaborate.
I’ve written of having luck with Shakti Gawain’s Creative Visualization Workbook.
Within it there are a number of techniques to try when trying to manifest an outcome.
One of the more successful techniques I’ve used is the Ideal Scene technique in which you describe your ideal scene/outcome as if it’s already happened in detail.
Though not too much detail.
ie., If you want a house, describe the neighborhood and the number of rooms, etc but don’t choose a specific address because the house may belong to someone else or is meant to belong to someone else. Same with a relationship. Describe what you want in a relationship rather than a specific person as they may belong to someone else or are meant to belong to someone else. Same with a job.
The universe will have something ideal for you.
As I was considering how often I’ve had success with this technique I recalled a fellow Silva student who had difficulty visualizing. No matter how many helpful suggestsions he got he just couldn’t bring to mind an image. Knowing there are others out there with such a challenge I thought to share an alternate approach.
In my recent situation I visualized the email.
A bit of imagery involved but most people have received an email so I think it’s easier to imagine getting an email with specific information/news than creating a more complex image from scratch.
I imagined in my white framed mirror getting an email from my friend in which she wrote a very specific sentence to do with a test result she would be getting.
I also did other healing techniques for her.
Yesterday I got a nudge to ping her and see how things were going. Last night I received a reply. When I read the exact sentence I’d imagined receiving from her?
I felt wonderful and excited.
I have consistently had good luck with Mirror of the Mind but this was a twist on a typical healing technique.
Rather than visualize an image with the outcome I visualized the words/the message.
This morning I sent back an email in which I shared this success story.
In Silva we are advised to recall a recent success when working a case as it boosts future success rates!
I’m taking the opportunity to share the twist on the visualization technique with readers since I know some have difficulty picturing a specific outcome.
When you can’t visualize? Describe.
Note: If you don’t get what you are working on it may be that you are not meant to have it. Popular philosophy on this is the reason is the universe has something else in store for you.
The universe has you covered.
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