“How you visualize is more important than what you visualize.”
I have that quote there. I quoted myself in the workbook.
So, if you imagine yourself doing a push-up, right? That is the content: yourself doing a push-up.
But how you are seeing that, perceiving that, not just the visual sense, but you may have feelings with that — the details of that – that’s the context.
You may just notice yourself floating in space doing a push-up, but likely there’s some sort of ground.
Maybe you’re seeing yourself on this [floor], or maybe you’re seeing yourself at your house or the gym you work at back home possibly, where you often do push-ups. So that’s part of that. That kind of is part of the content as well.
But then how you are seeing the picture — how big it is, how small it is. We’ll be going into a lot detail.
It really is those details, and this is what most people miss about visualization. Like in sports psychology, visualization has been around for a long, long time. But most people don’t get to these details, and the details is really the things that can make the biggest difference.