Dramatically Lower Your Golf Score With Unconscious Mind Power
Golf can be a great sport. There isn’t much better than hitting a towering drive off the tee that lands just on the fringe of the green on par four. Then an easy chip and put for a birdie. The problem is that between those perfect holes, you’ve got to suffer a few (or a couple dozen for some of us) not so great holes. What can you do?
The secret to golf, as is the secret to any other hobby, is imagination and visualization. Ask any expert, and they’ll tell you that a gigantic part of their accomplishment is genuine, consistent, visualization. When you imagine something, you are giving direct directions to your subconscious mind on how you want to function.
Think about a golf swing, a tee shot if you will. Do you think specially about what angle you are holding the club face, or how far back to go on the back swing? Do you recognize exactly what angle with which the club face catches the ball? Likely not.
If you are like most individuals, you have a indistinguishable idea of what course you’d like the ball to go in. Then you swing away, and dream for the best. Regrettably, this seldom works with any degree of reliability. Now and then you get fortunate, and hit one straight down the middle, other times you don’t even bother looking for your ball.
So how do you tap into your powerful subconscious mind to improve your game? Simple. Merge some powerful statements, with some robust visualizations, and repeat them in a calm, almost drowsy state.
For example, if you’d like an enhanced tee-shot, you may say something like this:
I always drive my ball straight down the core of the fairway. Hitting straight shots off the tee is usual for me. My acquaintances are jealous of my steady tee shot.
While you are saying this, picture your ball going right down the center of the fairway. Imagine hearing your friends speaking about what a great shot it is. Visualize how you feel when you hit such a wonderful shot.
The best time to say this to yourself, and employ your visualization is to get in a calm, almost slumbering state. Sit in a snug chair, take a few deep breaths and shut your eyes. Envision seeing the numbers starting with ten, and going down to one. When you get to one, take a number of deep breaths, and just say “relax” to yourself softly.
Then begin to slowly and silently repeat your declaration to yourself, while seeing the ball go right down the core.
If you do this two or three times a day for a week or two, you will see some impressive improvements in your tee shot. Once you’ve got that part of your game down, you can work on your fairway shots, you short game, your putting, and every other portion of the game.