Increase your self-esteem by visualization (1 minute read)

Increase your self-esteem by visualization (1 minute read)

This post ‘Increase your self-esteem by visualization’ 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) in achieving the things that you would like to achieve.


Increase your self-esteem by visualization:

Visualization is a very important technique in therapy and sports psychology.

Visualization is also used to achieve other goals in life.

The technique is also often used to change habits of thought and behavior. This also applies to self-esteem.


Try this:

1) Sit comfortably.

2) Read through your lists of your positive traits and what you are proud of as well as what is beautiful about your looks.

3) Then note down 3 events where you wish you had and also displayed greater self-esteem.

4) Try to see in front of you as in a movie how you would think and behave in these 3 situations if you had a stronger self-esteem:

What would you think

What feelings would you have

How would you behave

What would your movements look like

How would the environment react?

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