Everyone visualizes, whether he knows it or not. Visualizing is the great secret of success, and if we look back on our lives and we think about things that happened in our life that went really well for us, we can trace it to visualizing. We can see that we visualized it. Everyone does this. The athletes use this all the time. What happens with our imagination if we don’t practice holding something on the screen of our mind? It uses us, doesn’t it? Yeah. And we start getting these pictures in our mind of what we don’t want. So you got to exercise it just like a workout routine, like if you’re going to go run a marathon or something, you have to have a plan.

Remember, subconscious mind, whatever you give it, it can’t tell the difference. Is it real or is it imagined? Now most people never understand this and so we give our subconscious mind all kinds of untruths that we don’t want to create, but we’re creating. But if we use that with understanding, just imagine, just imagine what you can create. This is our power, this is the creative power, this is how we work with the creative process. We’re not trying to figure out how to get there. We are there. That’s the key, we’re there. We feel as we would when we’re there. When you do this and you really exercise discipline, and you practice this over and over, and really live from this place, you’ll be amazed what you can create.

When you think of faith and fear, they both require you to believe in something you cannot see. Why not choose faith? Latch onto what you want. Deliberately picture it. Carefully examine that picture. Is this what you really, really want? And then trust the creative process.