In the book, Gawain outlines a four step approach to visualization:
SET YOUR GOAL. Decide on something you would like to have, work toward, realize or create. It can be on any level a job, a business meeting, a house, a relationship, a change in yourself, increased prosperity, a happier state of mind, improved health, beauty, better physical condition, or whatever you want.
CREATE A CLEAR IDEA OR PICTURE. Picture the object or situation exactly as you want it. Think of it in the present tense as already existing the way you want it to be. Include as many details as you can. Remember to be specific.
FOCUS ON IT OFTEN. Focus on it clearly throughout the day, but in a light, gentle way. It's important not to feel like you are striving too hard for it or putting in an excessive amount of energy. This kind of pushing leads to an attachment in thinking how things should turn out and can hinder the process.
GIVE IT POSITIVE ENERGY. As you focus on your goal, think about it in a positive, encouraging way. Make strong positive statements to yourself that it exists, that it has come or is now coming to you.
Reading that summary, it makes me think it might be time for me to pull the book off the shelf and read it again.
Passion Catalyst SM