On average, a typical person increases every 1 hour and thinks about the future. Future conception is a pleasure because we tend to imagine happiness and success.
Take a moment to think about where your future thoughts have been traveling to even today. Have you imagined the perfect golf shot? How do you respond when you meet this special person? What will you do when you win a lottery? What fills your mind when you think about your future?
While we are delighted to think about our future, research has shown that the pleasure of imagination is greater than its reality when we arrived. This stems from our desire to embrace positive aspects and to reduce the reality of what it will take to get there. In addition, we can not explain other circumstances that might arise in the meantime.
For example, Henry told my client how much he had looked forward to when his teenagers had gone to college. He had been planning how he would turn an extra bedroom into his private property, and he and his wife would have been free to travel more. However, when the time came for the last child to go home, his elderly parents needed help. Shortly after they got new freedom, Henry moved his parents into one of the new bedrooms, which reduces many of her dreams in the future.
Even though these changes change our future strategy and its reality when it comes, it is still healthy and valuable to create a picture of our goals as appropriate. Especially those that are closely related to our personal achievements and less dependent on external circumstances.
In the journal of sports science, a recent study of image processing of injured athletes concluded that "implementation of ideology plus physical rehabilitation should enhance rehabilitation experience and help restore recovery of injured athletes."
There are well-known studies that show different advances in sports skills in sports using guided methods and other potential ways of practicing their ideals. In one study, a basketball group was divided into two groups. One group went to court and spent their time practicing sculptures. The other group sat in meditation and showed the perfect shot over and over again. After some time everyone went to the field and played a game. There was a pronounced difference in the performance of the two groups, but those who used a purely visual way were much better than those who practiced physical exercise.
The key to these things is that when players practice, they will usually make good and bad shots. For players who use visualization, they only practice perfect shots. By creating such a way in their brains, the body simply had to follow the pattern.
So we know we must reduce the outcome of our imagination as the future can develop quite differently. Yet, at the same time, we can weight the certain process, and certainly improve the talent, by visualizing and fantasizing the perfect system.
The exercise used by athletes can be translated into any area of your life. How do you think about the future of your finances? Your relationships? Your career? Your health?
Every 24 hours, a typical person increases 3 full hours by imagining his future. How will you choose to use this time?