How to Make Bigger and More Inspiring Pictures (Creative Visualization)

“When most people make internal images with their eyes open, they use only the space that’s available around them. How often do your pictures go through the walls or extend beyond the ceiling?” ~ Chris Morris

Check out this video and what I learned from NLP practitioner, Chris Morris.  He’s the host of NLP Connections.

The video is less than two minutes long and it will help you make bigger and more inspiring pictures.


  • Srinivas Rao

    Reply Reply April 28, 2009

    Great stuff on visualization. I was listening to a Wayne Dyer Tape the other day on changing what you think about. He talked about how their is no limitations in our imagination. I incorporate that into my daily visualization practice along with your methods. I started surfing about 6 mos back and generally I was getting beat up. I had visualized myself just catching waves effortlessly and yesterday I caught nearly a dozen waves perfectly. Enjoying your blog posts quite a bit.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply April 28, 2009

    thanks Srinvas!

    Yeah, those thoughts can be pretty tricky at times ;)

  • Andres Rodriguez

    Reply Reply April 30, 2009

    I must be doing something right without even realizing it.

    Every morning before work, I take 5 minutes and stand out on my deck and clear my head of any distractions and think about positive things for the day/week/month/future, etc.It really helps on those days when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed.

    What’s oddly interesting is, I used to do that while I was getting ready each morning and found that the confines of a room were too restrictive.

    Being outside in the open air allows for infinite space! That’s even better than looking into a room.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply April 30, 2009

    That makes total sense Andres. I get some of my BIGGEST IDEAS while looking out the window of my office. I’ve been also doing this for the last two years without really taking notice of it.

    It just felt like the right thing to do.

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