Magnetic Monday: The Power of Visualization

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Today I have one of my dearest friends and Law of Attraction experts on the show, Natalie Ledwell.

Natalie and I talk about one of the biggest and most profound skills that we have as a human and that is to visualize and imagine.

Each one of us has different mental faculties that allows us to create and attract what we desire in our lives.

And the first step in working with our “free will” is to focus on what we want to see in our lives.

Come join our discussion.

Grab a tea or a cup of coffee and listen as two girlfriends have one of their typical high level discussions, which will raise your vibration as it does ours.

Be sure to get your mind into peak manifesting mode with these FREE videos from Mind Movies, here.

Much love,


P.S. Next week on the Quantum Success Show I have the one and only Jack Canfield, one of the co-creators of Chicken Soup for The Soul and featured teacher in the must see movie, The Secret.

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  1. Thank you both of you amazing ladies!
    You always bring light in our minds and hearts.
    Sending you love and blessings <3

  2. John R. Garland says:

    I’m a big fan of Mind Movies and have created 2 of my own mind movies. As an intuitive thinker I started my adventure into creating my mind movies with meditation and visualizations with the purpose of telling a story of how I wanted my life to be. Then I mindfully went through all the photos and started picking out those images that I felt told that story and with each photo I intuitively wrote out the appropriate affirmations. Then I started down the list of music until I felt the right piece to play with each movie. Then I shifted the time sequence of the movie to fit with the time sequence of the song. What came out was mind blowing to say the least. The best part is that I’m now reaping the benefits of my work. It really, really works.

    • Christy Whitman says:

      Awesome John! Thank you for sharing your experience and that you are reaping the benefits of your work! <3

  3. Dee Steckler-Brinn says:

    We all cannot visualize and that is one of the reasons why Mind Movies fills a need.

    Certain people, researchers have discovered, can’t summon up mental images — it’s as if their mind’s eye is blind. This month in the journal Cortex, the condition received a name: aphantasia, based on the Greek word phantasia, which Aristotle used to describe the power that presents visual imagery to our minds.

  4. Michelle says:

    Natalie explained things so well. I love music and have always associated songs with great moments in my life. I love the thought of putting music to my affirmations and visualizations!

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