See like an Olympian…VISION

When it comes to body, career, relationship, or any other kind of personal transformation, the most important…the most fun…and, arguably the most difficult part is…VISION.

And, I’m not referring to what you can see, I’m referring to what you can’t see…at least, not yet.

In Tree with Wishes, we strike a tree pose and push our arms out to symbolically get rid of what we don’t need, we draw our arms up to gather what we do, and then we bring hands to heart to allow it to manifest. Closing your eyes in this exercise challenges our balance, but also enhances our VISION.

Olympic athletes visualize perfect execution, the routine, the crowd, the podium, the feeling of victory. They don’t do this for fun or superstition, they do it because it works.

If you want to change, you must have in your thoughts an idealized self—a model that you can emulate, which is different from, and better than, the ‘you’ that exists today in your particular environment, body, and time.” ~ Dr. Joe Dispenza

This week, the task is to act like an Olympic athlete. Spend a little more time with your eyes closed seeing what you truly want to see about, in, and of yourself. Allow the highest VISION of you to manifest by staying steadfast in the VISION of things you can’t see…well, at least, not yet.

Read more about this week’s WoW in Turn your eyes skyward…VISION.

Sarah Ingmanson

Sarah Ingmanson

Sarah is a studio owner, fitness instructor and competitor. She is a former investment banker and equity research analyst with her MBA from the Wharton School and her MA in International Affairs from the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania. Sarah is fluent in Japanese and consults with Japanese companies on corporate governance, finance, and investor relations. Sarah's interest in Japan stemmed from her first tour with Disney On Ice as a professional figure skater. For more info on Sarah and her studio, visit