Creative Visualisation

I have decided to write again. I have been thinking about getting back to writing, and then I found out that creative visualisation is the way to go. For the sceptics, there is a comment link in the bottom, where they can rant about how no such thing exists etc. But from experience I can see that it has worked.

For example, just after my 12th standard myself and my brother became economic immigrants, so that the GDP target of our household will be met, irrespective of the rising inflation and global warming. So we found ourselves in amchi mumbai, where we found jobs. Actually I discovered methods of getting paid with least amount of effort, and my brother discovered a method of getting least amount of pay with maximum amount of work (trust me, there is no free-will, its all destiny, and things do happen like that).

Its during one of happening time of our lives that I found out about creative visualisation. It said, you just need to have intention, and the universe will make it happen for you. It around that time that our parents also decided to move to amchi mumbai, where we had this nice one room house, which served as a kitchen, hall and bedroom, rolled into one (yes, we had separate bathroom, you curious types). The main advantage was that it was a house, with land around it, in which weeds had grown with abandon, housing several reptilian species .

This is where I decided to experiment with my creative visualisation. I had a wonderful intention to clear the garden of the weed and grow some nice plants in the frontage and a nice vegetable garden in the backyard. The way creative visualisation works, you need to relax yourself, think what you want the universe to manifest, think how it would look when its already manifested and then leave it to the universe to work on. If you snore during this process, try to re-do the same thing again. This intention I had sent to the universe and made sure I didnt interfere with the universe making it reality, and hence spent my free time in yoga-nidra.

Its around the same time that my father also had the idea that the garden needs to be cleared of weeds and as an ideal father he told his two sons. My brother immediately started gathering tools, while I was looking at my father with peaceful serenity. I wanted to explain him the intricacies of mysterious universal laws, which governs the whole cosmos, but decided against it as he was not in a very receptive mood.

Needless to say, my subsequent days were spent very little at home, where there was scant respect for universal laws, which was obviously working in the background, doing all that needs to be done. I heard from my mother occasionally that the whole family, except me, was clearing the weeds, while I was doing a disappearing act. In truth, I was attending to some “urgent work”, which mysteriously manifested itself. Within a week or two, the land around the house was transformed from a weedy jungle to a lush garden (with some pots and shrubs) and a vegetable garden soon sprung up behind the house.

While all my uncles say that it was the herculean effort by my brother and my parents that transformed the house as it became (which they were impressed with), I was absolutely sure that the creative visualisation was the force that created all this change, the universal laws never fails. But as Vasishta’s staff absorbed all the weapons thrown at him by Vishwamithra, I had to absorb all the accusations of being lazy and useless with a calm attitude that I had been bestowed with.

As I was convinced of the powers of visualisation, I thought that I can make it work in writing also. My blog had become a sort of pre-historic site, where I used to write just once in a while only, that too when I got bored. Thats when I thought that I should start creative visualisation. And once again this has worked. As my ghost writer types away, I just have to lie there thinking of different ways to bring this knowledge to layman. The power which can transform their lives – Creative Visualisation.