Visualization is a very important skill that we all have, and have used before in many different ways. This helps us experience, connect, and feel into experiences that we may not have the pleasure of experiencing in our waking life. The skill of visualization can also be used to focus intent, and get your energy into the place where you want it to be in order to effect, and change the world. Though  visualization is a natural skill we all possess, everyone should take special care to exercise their visualization skills so that they can have a clearer, and more comfortable viewing experience. It is a lot like a muscle in this regard, and must be trained, and used in order to keep it at its best potential. All you really need to do in order to exercise your visualization skills is to visualize things on a regular basis. More intricate, varying, or moving constructs will become harder to visualize, and will improve your skills quicker, and more effectively then things of the opposite nature. Things that are visualized that are not intricate, varying, or moving can still help, but is less of a challenge for your mind to envision. To begin in visioning things to improve your visualization skills all you would need to do is enter a meditative state in which you can focus on different constructs that you want to create in your mind. There are so many things you could envision, and the possibilities are literally endless. Some things that you could envision that would be pretty good to challenge your skills a visualization would be huge wonderful landscapes, worlds, people, animals, or even events, and scenes. Remember to have fun, and that the whole point of this is just to work stronger with visualization, so that you can have a more vivid vision into the world of your mind.

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