Visualizing may be one of the most powerful gifts we have.
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1
Visualization takes what is not seen, and makes it a reality.
Visualizing physically changes the brain which then physically changes the body. Our thoughts are programming the body what to do, what to see, and how to behave.
Visualizing what you need helps you see things in your environment that you did not see before and allows your brain to be in the same frequency to receive the ideas and people you need to make it happen.
Taking time each day to go in the depths of a world unseen is the starting place for creation. As believers, we can take that power and use it in ways that will advance the kingdom and partner with God to create radical change.
Instead of simply offering up a few words in pray for others, the most powerful way to pray for someone is to imagine them as they could be. Healed, happy, healthy, successful, knowing Jesus, etc. . .
This is like offering your imagination to God like bandwidth, understanding that every thought you thinks carries weight. You offer your imagination even when you honestly do not expect change. No thought, no emotion disappears. Thoughts are physical things. Each one lands and effect particles and reality.
Visualizing is the key to lack of faith. You may not believe something will actually happen, but you can always imagine it, and that imagine held in your mind is shifting the atmospheres around you and the people all around you.
A thought is a “thing.” It has energy and form.
What is held in mind tends to express itself through the body.
You create what you expect and you become what you believe yourself to be.
I AM. . . .the two most important words for what you put after them shapes your reality. . . .
I am a vessel used to create change all around me through my thoughts, words, and actions. I seek the Father’s heart on what He is wanting to do and intercede for others by putting everything else aside to go deep in imagining the best possible outcome for others, my family, and the world, knowing each thought carries weight.
I am blessed. I am creative. I am confident.