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Have you ever tried visualization? Did you know that you visualize all the time and probably don’t realize it? In this episode, we explore the power of visualization and how it affects the brain, the mind and spiritual life. Let’s dig into how visualization can help you change. We discuss:

  • Discover the part of the brain that is activated when you visualize and how it helps you change
  • How the mind can shape your destiny and use visualization to create a new future
  • Discover the spiritual aspect of visualization and how it gives us access to higher knowledge, imagination, intuition and cosmic vision

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How Visualization Can Help You Change


Debra Maldonado  00:28 

Hello again, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions with CreativeMind. I’m Debra Maldonado, here with Dr. Rob Maldonado. We are the founders of CreativeMind University. We’re so excited about continuing our series on spiritual psychology. Before we begin today on our topic, which is how to use visualization in your spiritual practice, in your spiritual work, we want to remind you that we have a subscription here on the YouTube channel. If you click on that button in the corner, you’ll be able to get alerted for every new episode. If you’re listening to us on Spotify, iTunes, or any podcast hosting services, be sure to click Subscribe, so that you don’t miss another episode of this fabulous podcast. Visualization is my base, my wheelhouse, I could talk about visualization all day. How visualization can be used for your spiritual growth and why so many systems use visualization: coaches, therapists, healers, it’s everywhere, even in sports use it. We’re going to talk about that today.

Robert Maldonado  01:47

We could break it down into three spheres or areas of knowledge around visualization. One is what is the brain doing when we visualize? Number two is what is the mind doing? The mind is a bit different than the brain, we can think of the brain as the hardware and the mind as the software. What is the software doing when we are visualizing? Then we look at the spiritual practices and where these ideas come from about the mind in visualization.

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