Our Brain At Work

mind1    Visualization. A picture in our mind’s eye. It can be the key that opens the door. Draw a blue print in our mind’s eye, describe how we want something to turn out. Maybe the picture is our life.

Where are we going, how are we getting there and what will it look like when we arrive?This picture we draw shows the brain what we want.

Now our brain will go to work to come up with the plans for us to accomplish the picture in our mind’s eye. Then we can start work on the plan.

So how does this help us in life?  What is our goal? What do we want it to look like? How do we want it to feel?  What are the obstacles we could encounter? How could we overcome these obstacles? If we give this information to the brain, the brain will work it out and give us the answers.

Remember the saying; you have to see it to believe it? Well, it is true in respect to our brain. If the brain believes it can be done, it will find a way to give you the plans for you to act upon.

One could even go so far as to say what we think…we believe…we become.

Having a blue print in life is mandatory for us to achieve our purpose and our goals. Remember, we know how to go from point A to point B. We have to have a map.

Picture your ending, what does it look like? What must transpire for you to have the ending you want?

Once you write this information down, you have given your brain the picture along with a set of instructions to create the story.

We forget how powerful our brains are.



About Susan Reichert

Editor-in-Chief of Southern Writers Magazine, a magazine for authors and people who love to read.We highlight and promote authors and their books. Married with four daughters. Live in the South. President of a Writers Group.
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