The Power of Mental Imagery

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The benefits for peak performance by the use of golf mental imagery can not be overstated. Truly there are few methods for accelerating your personal potential in golf like mental imagery can.

At the heart of creating massive (and lasting) change is a well designed mental imagery program that is focused on accessing the fullness of your potential in a multi-sensory way.

What do I mean by this? Well, first let’s explore the building blocks of thought to get a handle on what is used during any mental imagery process…

The Building Blocks of Thought

These are the building blocks of thought and they’ll give you the “aha” moment around the elements of mental imagery and why it is so effective.

  1. Sight
  2. Sound
  3. Taste
  4. Touch
  5. Smell

Ok, nothing earth shattering, but our 5 senses comprise the entire gamut of personal experiences in our life. How we arrange these building blocks is the golden key to designing your golf game to match your highest desires.

The way you see something in your mind’s eye, the way you hear it and every other sense that might be involved in a memory or imagined event determines how your body will respond!

Think about this for a moment. If you imagine a person you really like or love and listen to them tell you they love you and feel the wonderful senssation inside your heart you can’t help but have the body and your mind repsond.

The same goes for nerves in golf, choking, 1st tee jitters, confidence, clutch putting and so on. It all comes down to how you manage your internal resources. How you manage your mind and all your senses. Golf mental imagery is the direct doorway into peak performance and my system will guide you step by step directly into your own state of personal mastery.

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4 Responses to The Power of Mental Imagery

  1. Christopher Jackson says:

    Fantastic work with the article about building a winner's mndset.

  2. Excellent work on the article about subliminal messages for golf. It made me think a bit more about the topic.

  3. I've always wondered about this topic; the article about mental imagery for golf really explained a lot.

  4. Thanks for the post about mental imagery for golf. Informative and it answered all my questions.

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