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7 Ways to Tap into Your Subconscious: 4 of 7~ Daydream Visualizations

Updated: Sep 10, 2023

Daydream Visualizations

You are probably familiar with the use of visualizations as a technique to help you achieve your goals and dreams. Deliberate visualizations are often used for the purpose of motivating you and training your subconscious mind to believe you can reach them and help you do it.

When you use visualizations that way, what you visualize is deliberate. You think about what you want and picture it in your mind. You see it, feel it, smell it, and taste it as if it were real in the here and now. You do this often and spend a good deal of time doing it every day.

You can also use a different visualization process to tap into your subconscious.

  • Are you trying to understand your thoughts, feelings, or motivations?

  • Are you unclear about what you want?

  • Is your subconscious sending you mixed signals?

  • Are you just plain confused about life?

Daydream visualizations can help you with all of these things.

This process is simple, but like many simple techniques, it takes time, effort, and dedication to do it properly.

  • The first thing you need to do is find a quiet place and make yourself comfortable. Close your eyes and relax.

  • Let your mind begin to drift. Do not try to guide it. Do not tell it what to do or what to think about. See what comes up. Let yourself drift into daydreaming . . . you are imagining yourself as a child riding a dragon, you are seeing yourself scoring the winning goal in the big game, you are picturing yourself graduating with honors, you are visualizing . . .

  • What comes up, forms dreams and images in your mind, these will be your innermost dreams and desires. These are what you really want from life. Some of the things you daydream about might be things you had no idea you wanted. This gives a clue as to how closely we sometimes guard our hearts.

Both your conscious and subconscious minds may try to fight you in this process. Sometimes we try to keep our innermost dreams secret from even ourselves to protect us from any hurt or possible rejection that can accompany them. We are our own harshest critics.

It may take you several sessions to relax, let your guard down, and engage in this process without resistance. This is normal, particularly if you are experiencing a lot of confusion. The more confused you are, in general, the more your mind will fight this process.

Keep going, and you will eventually be able to tap into the deepest parts of your subconscious mind.


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