Imagination Training Equals Real Results
Using your imagination is the key for successful results. The subconscious mind does not understand the difference between an imagined memory and a real memory. For example, imagine your favorite dessert prepared perfectly in every way and served to you on a silver platter. You may find while imagining this treat your mind begins to respond in similar ways to how it would if the dessert were actually in front of you. Your mouth may begin to water and you may begin to get hungry. Once you have done this exercise, if you close your eyes a week from now and imagine your dessert once again, this same picture of your dessert on a silver platter would come back to you as if it were an actual memory rather than an imagined one.
You may have seen this concept of imagining things into reality with people who tend to overexaggerate. People who overexaggerate stories that happened to them often begin to believe the exaggerations to the point that they become a reality for that person.
The more detail you can put in your imagination, the more real results become. When using your imagination, involve as many as your senses as possible. For example, if you are imagining food, what does it taste or smell like? If you are imagining a coffee table, what color is it and what does the texture of the wood feel like?