Want It, See It, Get It! - Chapter 2
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Want It, See It, Get It! ...
Since the foundation for using these Want It, See It, Get It or WSG techniques is drawing on your inner creative force or intuition, this video is designed to help you access this ability.
Eventually, these techniques will become second nature, but initially you’ll have to set the stage to trigger the appropriate receptive or active mode and practice, until the system runs on automatic.
As this video describes, the four key steps to getting properly prepared are:
1. Be aware how your own intuitive powers operate, so you can gain more information and insights.
2. Schedule some regular time each day to practice.
3. Choose a good place to practice.
4. Get relaxed to use these techniques.
It also helps to have a notebook, tape, or CD or DVD recorder with you to record your ideas and insights.
The video will go more deeply into each of these techniques.
First it will cover knowing your own mind, so you think about how you usually perceive information. It will show you can exercise to help you discover how you primarily perceive and receive information by noticing how an ideas come to you by seeing, hearing, sensing, or knowing it.
Next, it will describe how to plan on practicing for about 20-30 minutes a day and how to set realistic and achievable goals for yourself and visualize yourself achieving them in doing this practice. Then, pay attention to what is happening in your life, and you’ll find things start changing
Third, it discusses how to find a good place to practice – either alone or with a group of friends or associates who want to learn these techniques. It also discusses how to set up the lighting or use appropriate props or objects to reinforce your purpose.
Then, it discusses ways to get relaxed and comfortable.
The video concludes with a series of exercises you might use – focusing your breath to concentrate on your inner world, using a muscle tension exercise to focus on each part of your body getting warm and relaxed, and concentrating on a calming image or sound. It also suggestions write this information down or record it on a tape or CD to remember important ideas and keep track of your development in achieving what your want or in improving your creative intuitive abilities.