visualize your way to less pressure

Visualize Your Way to Less Pressure

The fast pace of life and the never-ending pressure to meet deadlines is the leading cause of stress-related conditions. Faced with so much pressure, you have to find ways of coping with the strain. One of those coping mechanisms is visualization. Visualization refers to the process of creating images in your mind and seeing them so clearly to the point they seem real. It is possible for you to learn visualization techniques and change your life within a short time. Let's get started! 

Set A Goal

You have made a decision to visualize your way to less pressure, there are a few steps you can take towards achieving that goal. The first step involves deciding exactly what you want to achieve. In this case, let’s assume that your goal is to visualize yourself experiencing less pressure as you go about your life. 


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Write It Down 

Now that you've set your goal, take a moment to write the goal down. Writing the goal tends to make visualization easier. 

 Having written your goal for seeing yourself having less pressure in life, you need to start seeing yourself enjoying your job and everything else you do without any stress. In the beginning, it may be hard to even generate the emotions that make you feel free and relaxed. With practice, you will be able to feel that you are above the pressure and that it no longer gets to you.


 Every time you want to get in the visualization mood, you will need to learn to free your mind of the many thoughts that keep you feeling like you are under pressure. To relax your mind, you may want to sit in your favorite spot in the park or do an activity that relaxes you such as listening to soft music. Over time, you will find that it will gradually become easier for you to relax and be able to visualize yourself breezing through life without being affected by pressure.

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Your Personal Mantra 

 A personal mantra is an affirmation to motivate and inspire you to be your best self. An important part of the visualization process is to repeat your personal mantra in your mind until you believe it. You can use something like ''I am in control of my life and I will always be relaxed no matter how tough it gets." In the beginning, you may have trouble believing this but you will soon learn that the things your inner voice keeps repeating soon become a reality. 

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  • Angel Lewis

    Hello there! I'm Angel, an entrepreneur and writer who grew up in rural North Carolina and now resides in Virginia. My love for writing began during my time at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. Over the past couple of years, I've authored two nonfiction books in the personal development genre. Along with writing for adults, I also created 'Ready. Set. Fly!', a children's book that inspires self-confidence and resilience. When I'm not writing, I enjoy gardening, reading, playing games, and spending time with those closest to me.

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3 thoughts on “Visualize Your Way to Less Pressure

  1. I need to follow your advice. I’ve been so busy lately that every day is jumbled into the next. I eedtonalow down, take a breather and relax. By writing things down it helps to keep me in a schedule of both work and relaxation.

    1. My comment is suppose to say, I need to slow down! See I type so fast my brain can’t keep up with my fingers. LOL plus it doesn’t help I’m typing in the dark on my phone!

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