And is there a correlation between the two concepts, and how does it work to benefit us?
asked 17 Oct '10, 04:42
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Every mental image has some meaning to you. That meaning is what evokes emotion.
Visualization is like "mental exercise." There are many studies that have shown that the mind cannot tell the difference between practice that is actually performed, and practice that is imagined.
Every professional athlete uses visualization in one form or another. That's how Tiger Woods perfects his golf stroke.
answered 18 Oct '10, 14:58
Your last sentence is true, and I have heard that information about Tiger Woods. Thank you.
(19 Oct '10, 01:45) Inactive User ♦♦
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