Tony Robbins is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the United States today. He is a leader in business strategy and a personal development guru. He has an outstanding record of success and has influenced millions of people around the world. But he wasn’t given it on a platter. Tony Robbins wasn’t born successful; he worked to get where he is today, and the key to his success is visualization.
Every morning instead of hitting the snooze button or the gym or reaching for the first coffee of the day, he does a ten-minute visualization practice that keeps him on course and focused on his goals.
While Tony recommends that the most effective visualization practice is the one you tailor for your individual needs, it helps to have a template to start with. Here are the three key secrets of Tony Robbins’ success visualization.
Before you do anything else, settle into your breathing, and feel a deep sense of gratitude for what you already have. It’s easy to focus on what’s lacking in your life, but most people have plenty of things to be thankful for. If you find it hard to get started, think of three things that are good in your life right now.
2. Embracing the Light
Once you have brought to mind the abundance in your life, you can start to visualize being open and accepting the light of the Universe into your mind, body, and heart. Picture light, of whatever color feels good, flooding your entire being, filling you with healing for your mind, your thoughts, your body, and your feelings.
You can visualize light or a healing spirit, or simply positive energy. Find an image that has meaning for you, and allow it to bathe you in positivity, strength, and healing. When you’re done, you can send that positive energy out to the world, to the people you love, to situations that need kindness.
3. Picture Your Goals
Use the final part of your visualization practice to focus on your goals and bathe them in positive energy too. Picture goals for the day, for this month or for the year. You can even bring to mind your long-term goals for success and happiness.
Visualize your goals as something you’ve already accomplished. Picture your new job or a new car. See yourself on vacation or walking into your new home. Make it as vivid as you can, imagine every detail of how it feels to have succeeded.
Get into a daily practice of visualization using Tony Robbins’ method, and success will soon be living your dreams.
Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.