Book Review: Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain

Im surprised that not more people use creative visualization. Like it’s this shame, this unknown fix all tool that no one believes in. When it’s been proven over and over again, whether through art or sports or whatever. I don’t get it why people still doubt it. Creative visualization helped bring me out of a dark place. For me, it works.  Being a musician can be a strenuous job. Any job can be a strenuous job. And every little thing that can helps us can make a big difference.

What This Book Is About

This book has been around for a while. And it’s definitely helped A LOT of people.  Shakti does a really good job of breaking down what creative visualization is and what it isn’t. Intention still plays a very big role in how successful you are. Also, like anything else, the most important thing is time spent. The longer you spend visualizating something, the more likely it will occur.

This book gives you affirmations, visualization exercises, goal-setting techniques and a lot of other ideas that will assist you.

Creative Visualization

How This Book Helps Your SongWriting

Whatever music skill you need to work on, whether it’s singing melodies, playing live, writing lyrics, the ideas in this book will definitely help you.  If you need help relaxing or getting more sleep, this book will guide you. You can use it for so many things. And the best thing is that creative visualization starts to positively affect other areas of your life. 

Always take the time everyday to think about what needs to get done and visualize it getting it done. If you want something bad enough, it will happen.

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