According to the Cambridge Dictionary, reality is explained as “the state of things as they are, rather than as they are imagined to be.” Really? So if that is applicable, then who is setting this reality? Who is estimating what is an illusion and what is the real world? Those questions are not answered yet, which indicates reality might be something variable. Likewise, to what we discussed in my last Blog Post, the strength of visualizing a particular picture over and over again is shifting your mind toward the accomplishment. Means that your whole way of thinking will be affected by this visualization. Supported by one of the greatest thinkers of his time, Dale Carnegie has already stated 80 years ago that you can shift the mind of your surrounding and win people to your way of thinking subconsciously through specific methods.This implies that you can actively change individuals’ reality. I have recently read an adamant book “How to unf*k yourself – get out of your head into your mind” by Gary John Bishop. One of my takeaways from this great author was the scientifically proven fact that the physical structure of our brain is affected by our thoughts. This fact goes hand in hand with what we have discussed earlier in my “Visualization” Blog Post and underlines its importance.
The bottom line is, everybody has his/her reality. Consequently, reality is individually driven, and hence there can’t be only one set one.
As I have already addressed in my last Post, I visualize the reality I want to drive in. I create an adamant imagination of my goal, but it even goes beyond this: I put myself into the feeling I will experience this vision. How it feels. How it looks like, and also how it differs from my status quo. In this sense, each of us has dreams and visions. In my opinion, the difference between those who succeed in these ambitions and the majority who will remain to keep on thinking about it is the mind. If you visualize your wanted reality firm, desirable and definite enough your body and each aspect of your attitude and personal behavior will change subsequently. Changes might occasionally be a beautiful thing. It might be one of the greatest things in one’s personal development.
So, what is the takeaway from these lines? It is that life is a pathway of challenging yourself frequently. Whether it is careers-, relationship-, personal-, or body wise. As we discussed in my article about “True Happiness,” honest euphoria and joy come from solving problems of any kind. With any step, you have taken further you slightly modified your reality, and that is a natural process. So I want to ask you sincerely, are you still dreaming or already actively pursuing your visions?
Start challenging yourself!