When my children were young, I wanted very much to share a vacation abroad with my wife, but it seemed to be a difficult task. Who would take care of my two young children for a whole week?
We decided to visualize and affirm that we have a wonderful vacation abroad together, and that our children are happy and very well taken care of. We had a strong belief that a solution will somehow come up.
Some time later, we met a very good friend, whose kids were about the same age as ours. He said to us:
“I have a proposition for you. My place of work has offered us an attractive vacation abroad, but we have no place where we can leave our children for a week. Would you agree to take care of our children for a week, and then you could travel, and we will take care of yours?”
My wife and I didn’t even have to think for a second about this wonderful proposition, and we immediately agreed.
And so it happened that we were able to go on a lovely vacation to Europe, while our good friends were taking good care of our children.
This experience shows how visualization can produce results in a natural, yet unexpected manner. Visualization, faith and desire, work together to make dreams come true.
This is an excerpt from the book Visualize and Achieve Your Dreams, the practical guide for utilizing the power of creative visualization and the powers of your mind for improving your life and achieving success.