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Creative visualization (sports visualization) refers to the practice of seeking to affect the outer world by changing one's thoughts and expectations.

Further reading

  • Tathastu - So be it (2007). by Maulik Soni.
  • Robin Nixon (2011). Creative Visualization for Dummies
  • Andras M. Nagy (2010). The Secret Explained How to use the Law of Attraction a Practical Guide to Creative Visualization
  • Phillip Cooper (1999). Secrets of Creative Visualization
  • Jennifer Day (1994). Creative Visualization With Children: A Practical Guide.
  • Melita Denning and Osborne Phillips (2001). Practical Guide To Creative Visualization: Manifest Your Desires.
  • Nevill Drury (2001). Creative Visualization.
  • Shakti Gawain (2002). Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life. New World Library
  • Ophiel (1967). The Art & Practice of Creative Visualization.
  • Ronald Shone (1984). Creative Visualization.
  • Ronald Shone (1998). Creative Visualization: Using Imagery and Imagination for Self-Transformation.
  • Warren K. Wake (2000). Design Paradigms: A Sourcebook for Creative Visualization.
  • Andrew Wiehl (1974). Creative Visualization.
  • The Secret (2006).
  • The Thought Exchange (2012).





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