Meditation For Change

April 3, 2015


One of the most important aspects for creating new habits and establishing positive behaviors is repetition. The beauty of visualization is that you can focus your attention towards building these new patterns without fear of failure. Whenever you try something new there is a chance that you won’t succeed on the first attempt. Visualization allows us to make multiple attempts and get it right before we even try it once in the real world.

Podcast with Denise Carter, CEO Salus Lifestyles

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12 responses to “Meditation For Change”

  1. Peggy Rawlins says:

    I am excited to try this with helping me not piece when I get home from work. I can visualize exactly what I will do that is healthy before I get home to give me a plan I can go for without having to decide in the moment when I am most likely to make a bad choice. I can do it in my mind over and over again until it feels like a new habit before I have even do it!

  2. Mary Rice says:

    Good Podcast and I like Peggy’s suggestion – I am a huge snaker and I’m going to visualize not wanting any chips or candy.

  3. Julie Stratton says:

    Great Podcast. I’m excited to try this technique to see if it will make me feel better and more confident in my every day activities. Thanks Denise! I’ll fake it til I make it.

  4. Noelle Adams says:

    Thanks for this Podcast. Meditation helps so much. Thanks for helping me to remember to actually do it!

  5. Jody Wojtasek says:

    I have been using this visualization when walking. I imagine walking 3 miles and before I know it, I have accomplished my vision. I use this to fight sleep insomnia also. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Roy Lindhardt says:

    This Podcast reminds me of one of my favorite quotes, “That which we persist in doing becomes easier. Not that the nature of the thing has changed, but our power to do has increased.” Heber J. Grant. I am going to visualize myself not snacking on unhealthy treats. I’ve already caught myself several times and stopped myself, but this Podcast has given me a new drive to be more “persistent.”

  7. Andi Groen says:

    I’ve always thought of it as “willpower” and when I didn’t do what I said I’d do (or not do) that I was lacking willpower. Now I see the possibility that it’s not willpower but simply new routines or habits I need to create. This visualization tool seems like the perfect way to start a new routine or habit. Thanks for the tip!

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