Your future is like a canvas on which each thought you experience leaves its mark. Indeed, the subjects you focus upon becoming the main themes that appear in the picture of your life. You can paint a wonderful future by making purposeful marks, but you do not have to do so simply with your mind in order to attract what you want.
Literally painting a picture of how you dream your life to be can help you clarify your goals and aid concentration. Additionally, using your creative brain can help you connect with the mental state you need to obtain to allow manifestation to occur!
The right side of your brain is traditionally considered responsible for your creative nature. While there is still a great deal to learn about full brain functioning, and how the left and right sides interact, it is thought that connecting your emotions with right-brain artistic expression aids manifestation.
When your emotions are charged as you develop, and later revisit, a picture, it is likely that your brainwaves operate at the correct frequency to power your intentions. Painting and drawing your dreams and goals can also help you clarify exactly what you want and make alterations when you see fit.
Do not worry if you think you cannot draw or paint since the skill you need to use has nothing to do with artistic talent. Everyone has an imaginative side that can be used to construct future events.
Before you go shopping, you probably picture yourself traveling to where you want to go. Perhaps you see imagery in your mind depicting yourself in the shops you want to visit.
Such visualization is the way you anticipate events.
Pictures of what you want to happen form in your mind and help you create occurrences in a chosen manner.
Visualization is an activity that you do automatically.
However, before you relied on mental pictures to create your future, you used art and reclaiming your ability to paint your future can produce wonderful results.
When you were a child, you used colored pens and crayons to depict what you wanted to happen in your life. Before you went on vacation or visited a friend, you probably made pictures of yourself enjoying these future activities. You purposefully took pictures out of your head and placed them on paper.
Additionally, as you generated pictures, you thought about how you were going to feel when events took place. In a similar way, when cave dwellers painted their prey on the walls of their homes before hunting, they thought about the hunting process and infused their paintings with emotion.
Using their creative nature physically and combining it with feelings helped them achieve their aims.
Use any materials you want to create your picture, and make sure that there are plenty of colors to hand. You might even put colors into groups that represent different emotions before you begin. Alternatively, you may use your intuition to guide you when it comes to deciding upon color usage.
A large canvas, a big sheet of paper, or the blank back of an old wallpaper roll are ideal base materials to paint or draw upon.
Additionally, you can create texture using materials such as glue, wax, or feathers, or by daubing thick paint onto the base of the picture. The more imaginative you are, the more you should be able to access the right side of your brain and fuel your intentions.
When you create a picture, depict what you want to occur in your life and think about how you are going to feel as it happens. Infuse your work with emotion. Imagine what you will see, touch, smell, taste, and hear. At the same time, make sure that you place an image of yourself in a prominent position.
For instance, if you want to meet your soul mate, paint them and visualize them to come into contact within a specific situation, such as walking in the park, and paint an image of yourself next to him or her. As you paint the individual, think about his or her character traits, and how you might feel when you are together.
You might also picture gorgeous leaves of gold, red, and brown if you want the meeting to take place in autumn, and imagine that you can smell the sweet scent of fresh earth mingling with damp foliage.
At the same time, you can bring the experience of the sound of the breeze through the trees into your mind. You can imagine what the sensation of shuffling through piles of leaves feels like and the roughness of tree trunks as you run your fingers over their bark.
Once a picture is created, do not be afraid to make changes if your needs alter. You can add to the work, or completely begin again if you want. You might wish to emphasize or play down certain features or add a completely new factor.
Put your artistic work in a prominent place and focus upon it often. Pretend that you can enter the picture and take part in the events that you wish to occur. Use your five senses to make the experience feel real.
Mentally enter your picture when you are joyful. If you experience the feeling of longing, do not focus on the picture just yet. Instead, play upbeat music and dance yourself into a better frame of mind. Alternatively, carry out a distracting task until you feel good and can apply focus with a positive mindset.
Letting your creative nature out by painting your future can boost attraction. You can generate the type of life you want by taking your vision out of your head and physically creating it with art. Saturate your picture with emotional gusto and your power to manifest your wishes will be greatly enhanced.