The Secret Social Media Platform That Can Help You Visualize What You Want to Attract


Tap into the power of pinterest to help your law of attraction visualization get the boost it deserves!

Many people today still do not realize the power of the internet when mixed intentionally with the law of attraction. This blog post will inform you of some super secret visualization tech that you can use with a website that is touted as "only for soccer moms" to manifest a killer life for yourself!

 

Before we dive into this behind the scenes social media platform that you can use to visualize every thing your grubby little heart desires, let’s talk about what visualization is and why it is important.


Visualization is the process of creating images mentally showing you engaging in a specific activity or reaching your goals that you’ve set for yourself.


There are many visualization techniques available and your success depends on which resonates with you the best, but the best visualizations engage all 5 senses: taste, touch, smell, sound, and sight.


Visualization is used as a means to program your brain to be comfortable with what you’re trying to accomplish. This is important because your mind is risk averse. It wants to keep you out of harm's way.

Visualization is also important because it fuels your inspiration to create what you see, it makes you feel more confident that you will get what you see, and it puts you in a state of calm where you’re not stressing over how your goals will be accomplished.


If you can see it, then you can be it.


When your inspiration is high, so is your creative power. When you’re in the mindstate to create and you have a clear vision of what you want to accomplish, it’s much more likely that you will manifest this into being using the law of attraction. When you’re more confident that you will achieve your goals, this also means that your creative power is high.

 

Confidence also radiates outward to the other people that are in your life. They become positively affected by what is in your mind, which is very transformative on many levels. When you’re in a state of calm, fear is absent, which is one of the main things that actually keeps people away from the things they desire most.


Calm tells others that you have full faith in the outcome of a situation.


This means that you are focused on what you want, not the absence of what you want. Fear and stress means you are focused on absence, which will continue to manifest in your life. Keeping calm means you’re being receptive.


Things that people commonly do to help visualize what they want are creating vision (dream boards), writing daily affirmations, scripting in an appreciation journal, and meditation on the life they desire.


All of these things are great assets to the visualization process and can be used to shape your reality into what you want it to be.

 

Social media is a huge help to the visualization process. Your smartphone is plugged in to a sea of information in the internet. This means that you have millions if not billions of images available to you to manifest a truly great life.


The best part is that with the portability of your smartphone, you can get the visualization process poppin on the go at any time on the go.


Train commutes, flights, and waiting for your food or drink in a restaurant or bar setting are all opportunities for you to use your smartphone to visualize a better future for yourself. You need only to realize that this opportunity is available to you as long as your smartphone powers on and connects to the almighty innanets.


So what's the super secret website that you can use to get your visualization game on a hunnid?


It's quite pin-teresting.


Dismissed as a site that's only for soccer moms and nursing home dropouts, Pinterest is one of the best social media sites for visualization techniques.


How you say?


Read ahead and you will learn yung grasshoppa.

 

Pinterest is an excellent visualization tool for the law of attraction. It’s called a “visual discovery tool” and is a bit of an oddball in the realm of social media. The site was founded as a closed beta in March 2010 by Ben Silbermann, Evan Sharp, and Paul Sciarra.

It’s also nice to point out here that Pinterest actually started as a website where Instagram started as an app.

In January 2012, Pinterest reached 11.7 unique users, making it the fastest website in history to reach 10 million unique users.

Silbermann states that Pinterest is “a catalog of ideas” that inspires its users to “go out and do that thing” that you’ve been wanting to do.

Sounds like law of attraction stuff to me......