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This is a brief Manual on how to apply mental focusing, mental releasing and metaphysical ideas about attractor-energy-fields to athletes, sports pros and to win games and matches.

1. Visualisation of Physical Movements and Success

In academic field studies it has been verified time and time again that you can improve your performance by not only physically training but adding mental visualisation to your routine. As a Basketball player you would then imagine yourself throwing the Ball from many different positions and making the basket again and again and again. As a golf player you would imagine ideal body movements, the ideal swing and in your imagination you would hear the ideal clonk of the Ball, feel how it was struck just right and see it land near or in the hole. As a soccer player you would enter your Imagination to feel and see how your pass is just perfect or how if you’re a striker you shoot goals again and again and again from every possible position and if you’re a defender how you ward off even the quickest strikers. Similar applies to every other type of sports: You imagine the right body movements, the right behaviour and the achievement of the aim, the preferred end result. If you’re a professional swimmer that end result may involve a certain figure on a clock. In almost any sports it will involve the cheering of crowds. Your results, no matter where or who you are, will improve dramatically.

Once you have made a routine of mental visualisation there are ways you can intensify its effects on your body, mind and reality. By adding three-dimensionality and emotion into the mix the imprint your visualisation has on the subconscious and, by energy-fields on physical reality and other players, increases. So when visualising that cheering crowd, allow yourself to really feel what it would feel like if that situation were real here and now. Tell yourself you are not visualizing in order to make something happen later but in order to experience something right here and now, the moment you are visualizing it. At the peak of excitement, let go of visualizing, just forget about it. If doing it in this way you have just accumulated energy without releasing it. You will be able to carry that energy into the match.

Allow this to be fun and pleasant. If your physical exercise is tough and hardening, allow Visualisation to be a little retreat and vacation from that, a soft basking in the beauty of the activity. How long you visualize is a matter of personal preference. Some do it for 5 minutes before every match, some for 30 minutes. Some do it every day, some once a month. If you become practiced in this you will find the timing that is right for you.

In professional sports almost everyone is in good physical shape and ready to give it all. That puts everyone on a similar level of performance. What makes the difference then is the mental and emotional state…what one was thinking prior to the match and what one is thinking during the match. Imagination of success tunes your spirit, mind and body. It makes your subconscious take over your physical body and movements in unexpected ways. You may think you got lucky with a good reflex movement or a fantastic coincidence but that was actually the fruit of how you programmed yourself and your mind. You can actually also improve the movement of your body not only by physical adjustment but also by imagining the correct movement repeatedly. Take note of the erratic movement or behaviour you would like to get rid of or overcome. Then think about which movement you want in place of that. And then imagine that movement more intensely and repeatedly. You can also adjust movement habits as described in the section that follows.

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