The Difference Between Daydreaming & Visualization
By Joe Vitale, Author of the Free Book
Since we all do it, for sure you've heard the term daydreaming.
If you check it up in an encyclopedia, you'll find this:
Now, you've also might have heard the term visualization.
What's the difference between these two - and why does it matter?
Visualization techniques are being used not only by yogis, personal growth junkies or people who believe in the Law of Attraction, but also by the top performers in the world: leading athletes, entrepreneurs, actors, singers and politicians.
On top of that, they are also being commonly used by therapists in various types of treatments.
As you can see, visualization is very intentional and has a practical purpose - to help you achieve your goals.
Daydreaming is more random and just happens to you when you get triggered. For example, you see a picture of a tropical island, and you start fantasizing about enjoying holidays there with your dream partner.
According to the Law of Attraction, visualization techniques would help you make this tropical fantasy come true.
Whether you've never tried it, you don't know where to start or you want to improve your visualization skills - I've got you covered.
It's not only a more comprehensive guide to visualization than many I've read, but it's also wonderfully direct. It leaves no questions to be asked.
Now, for those of you who don't know him - who is Dr. Vitale?
He's an experienced teacher and an expert featured for the first time in The Secret.
He has since appeared in several other movies and shows (like Larry King Live). Became bestselling author of more than 50 books - including The Attractor Factor, Zero Limits, and his most recent The Miracle: Six Steps to Enlightenment.
His life's calling is to help people make the best use of what the Law of Attraction has to offer - so here you go:
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