Increase your self-esteem by re-visualizing (1 minute read)

Increase your self-esteem by re-visualizing (1 minute read)

This post ‘Increase your self-esteem by re-visualizing ‘ continues with techniques to increase your self-esteem.

Visualizing means practicing seeing things in front of you – how you think, behave and look – and how others react to it – when you have succeeded or failed to achieve things you would like to achieve.


Increase your self-esteem by re-visualizing:

We all visualize daily. Unfortunately, we are more used to visualizing negative outcomes. What we do not want to happen, disaster scenarios, worries and rumination.

This also happens in our free-time. It is widely known that golfers often hit the ball in the sand and water obstacles found on golf courses. Often this happens even if they should have been good enough players to avoid them.

In sports, there is a lot of research that even shows how visualization even can increase muscle mass (by only visualizing doing exercises!).  Visualizing also create better sports results.


Try this:

Pay attention during the day and try to identify when you are visualizing negative events. Directly try to visualize the opposite – revisualize. That is,  how you would prefer the situation to turn out instead. When visualizing – use the 4 steps from yesterday.

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