Visualization – constructing life from a space inside our brains

why you should make visualization a daily practice

If you were ever involved in competitions or sports, chances are your coach asked you to imagine winning. How does it look, feel and sound? At the time, it might have seemed strange: reclining in a dark room, eyes closed, listening to imaginary scenarios. But there’s science behind visualization practices.

After all, Visualization is based on manipulating thought patterns through suggestions. Visualization actually have neurophysiological profiles. Nothing is being done to you; instead, it’s you who is tapping into something deep within the brain folds, accessing your creative power.

Successful people all over the world use visualization to spawn dreams into reality realms. Visualization is just concentrated dreaming. It’s mind over matter. It’s constructing life from a space inside our brains.

When digging a little deeper, visualization becomes less about winning and more about self-improvement than anything else. With visualization, you can create a world built from your own energies and desires. There are so many reasons why it will help you grow as a person. And there are so many ways you can do it.

Here are a few of the things that visualization can do for your well-being when it becomes part of your routine:

Visualization builds courage :

Visualization provides plenty of strength and courage to tackle daunting tasks. Afraid to get on stage? Nervous about an upcoming performance? Unsure of how to win that competition? Using visualization triggers hormones and synapses that make it easier to achieve those goals. When you’ve already envisioned the scenario, the real thing will feel familiar and much more feasible. It will be as if you’ve done it before. And inside your brain, you have.

Visualization combats negativity :

Visualization brings moments of positivity in a world sometimes full of negativity. So often, people respond to dreams with statements like, How will you do that? or That’s going to be so hard to accomplish. And yeah, sure, it will be hard, but you’re totally up for the challenge. During a visualization session, you get to live out your dreams despite what others say. It’s an effective way to battle that negative voice inside your own head, too.

Visualization bolsters creativity :

Visualization allows creative moments to exist, something the mind desperately needs. We tend to exist in scheduled spaces and confines of time. Fostering a practice that gives your mind a break from the mundane will be a relief to your psyche. Our brains need breaks—ones full of promise and fantastical visions, ones free from the chains of social constructs and full of creativity.

Visualization gathers energies :

Visualization fulfills the law of attraction, which facilitates dream building. Energy goes where attention flows. Want something badly enough? Then go ahead and dwell on it in healthy, optimistic ways. The more you visualize yourself living the life you want, the sooner universal energies will align with you to give you what you want. But don’t forget that being proactive is required and supports your visualization practice.

Visualization fosters purpose :

Visualization develops belief in self and creates a fulfilling life. When we lose hope, we lose so much. Hope is a catalyst for change. A life longing for something is worth the effort. Discover what you long for and visualize it every chance you get. You won’t be sorry. Actually, you’ll be amazed at how that personalized longing will propel you in directions you didn’t think were possible. Visualization can make that happen, but first you’ve got to believe.


UZVAL – Statistics – Total Hits-22,222, Total Visitors-6623, Total Posts – 93

Six years back I started posting certain postings in this blog for learning purpose.

Today it got 22,222 hits, Total Visitors-6623, Total Posts – 93.

During this tenure I had Learned a lot & Implemented my level best, Professionally & Personally.

Today i am feeling that i had completed one life cycle.

Heartful Thanks to My Well-Wishers who had given me good opportunities.

Now we all know lot of significant CHANGES (new versions, new libraries, new frameworks) evolved in .Net Stack.

Hope TOGETHER (Integrations & Collaborations) we learn and implement NEW needful CHANGES Professionally & Personally for a better life-style & society.


Ujjwala Datta Kalluri.


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2015 in Review – Wish You Happy New Year

Wish You Happy Happy Happy New Year,

Time is free, but it’s priceless.
You can’t own it, but you can use it.
You can’t keep it, but you can spend it.
Once you’ve lost it, you can never get it back…

Years, Months, Weeks, Days, Hours , Minutes, Seconds… Its Transforming…

Hope we utilise our Time for well-being in a constructive way & we all have Good Health, Relationships, Prosperity, Contentment & Happiness.

Annual Report – 2015 for this blog

Here’s an excerpt:

In 2015 this blog was viewed about 5,300 times,

there were only 2 new posts,

The busiest day of the year was Apr 29th with 83 views.

Visitors are from 69 countries in all!

Most visitors came from India. The United States & The Srilanka.

2014 in Review

Wish You Happy New Year, Just received this years corporate diary, it has… ” Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing “ Annual Report – 2014 for this blog Here’s an excerpt: In 2014 this blog was viewed about 5,300 times, there were only 4 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 90 posts. There were 2 pictures uploaded, The busiest day of the year was Dec 3rd with 53 views. Visitors are from 96 countries in all! Most visitors came from India. The United States & The Brazil.

Power of Concentration :)

Unwavering Focus | Dandapani | TEDxReno

Sharpening the needle of concentration requires practice, like everything else in life.

Do you go to the gym? If you do, how many times a week and for how long?

Have you studied a foreign language? If you did, for how long did you practice, until you had a basic knowledge of the language?

It is the same with developing your concentration. You need training and practice.

Your mind does not like discipline, and will resist your efforts to discipline it. It loves its freedom more than anything else, and won’t let you master it. It will make you forget to do the exercises, tempt you to postpone performing them, or make you feel too lazy. It will find many tricks to occupy your attention with something else.

If you find it too difficult, or thoughts distract you and make you think about other matters, don’t despair. Everyone encounters difficulties along the way. If you persevere and never give up, in spite of difficulties and disturbances, success will crown your efforts.

How to Improve THIS :

  • Take Rest

The biggest factor affecting concentration is rest and this has been approved by research. Concentration requires your mind to be calm. But your mind will be scattered if you are not well rested. Make sure that you get the right amount of sleep at the right time. Also have regular sleep time, and this can be the key step for concentrating.

Sleeping too much is also not ideal. Oversleeping disrupts your natural rhythm and can make you lazy. Avoid this by having an alarm clock to wake you up in time.

  • Make a Plan

Always have a plan for whatever you are up to. When you sit down to work without a plan, you may easily get caught in activities like checking mails, Instant messaging (chatting) and browsing the web. Without a purpose, you are wasting your time. You’ll find yourself distracted by a variety of nagging thoughts instead of devoting all your attention to one important task.

To avoid this, make a clear plan that meets your needs beforehand. Take 5 or 10 minutes break in between, and use this time to check email, and then close your inbox and move on to your most important task. When making a plan be sure to allocate enough time for entertainment, studies and sleep.

  • Meditate

The practice of meditation will definitely improve our powers of concentration. Actually, when we try to meditate, it is concentration that is the first thing we need to master. A daily period of meditation gives us the chance to work specifically on concentration techniques.

  • Choose a place of your choice for concentration

Obviously some places are better than others. Libraries, study lounges and private rooms are the best. Above all, the place that you choose should not be distracting. Try to stay away from other people if you want to concentrate on your work.

  • Develop a controlled and balanced diet

Overeating creates a huge load of digestion and can make you feel uncomfortable and sleepy. Eating light and healthy meals can help you maximize your ability to concentrate.

  • Exercise frequently

The ability to concentrate depends a lot upon our physical well-being. If we are tired, unhealthy and afflicted by numerous minor ailments, concentration will be more difficult. However, we have to try to make life easy for ourselves; we need to give a high priority to our physical health:

  • Getting sufficient sleep
  • Staying physically fit
  • Maintaining healthy weight
  • Getting regular exercise
  • Take breaks and mix up your environment

Continuous work in the same place can drive anyone crazy. Taking constant breaks can solve the problem. This will make you active and more interested in your topic.

  • Know that practice makes perfect

Do you jog, exercise at the gym, or study a foreign language? How difficult it was when you first started? How many times you wanted to quit? Despite the difficulties, after a while, you started to like what you were doing. It became a habit, and did not require special effort. So it is with developing the power of concentration.

After some practice, it will be easier to concentrate, and your mind will learn to be calm and relaxed. People, circumstances, and events that used to agitate and anger you, will not disturb you. You will experience happiness and contentment, and gain self-confidence and inner strength. You will be able to cope more easily and efficiently with the outer world.

2013 in Review

Wish You Happy New Year,

Just received this years corporate diary, it has,

Coming together is a Beginning
Keeping together is Progress
Working together is Success.

I liked it, because i like Togetherness.

Annual Report – 2013 for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

In 2013 this blog was viewed about 3,300 times, there were 10 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 86 posts. There were 7 pictures uploaded, The busiest day of the year was April 22nd with 41 views. Visitors are from 79 countries in all!
Most visitors came from India. The United States & The United Kingdom.

Click here to see the complete report.

Professionalism – the qualities that characterize

For some, being professional might mean dressing smartly at work, or doing a good job. For others, being professional means having advanced degrees or other certifications, framed and hung on the office wall.

Professionalism encompasses all of these definitions.  But, it also covers much more. So, what is professionalism, and why does it matter? And how can you be completely professional in your day-to-day role?

Professionalism as “the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person”;

These definitions imply that professionalism encompasses a number of different attributes, and, together, these attributes identify and define a professional.

So, what are these attributes?

Specialized Knowledge

First and foremost, professionals are known for their specialized knowledge. They’ve made a deep personal commitment to develop and improve their skills, and, where appropriate, they have the degrees and certifications that serve as the foundation of this knowledge.

Not all business areas have a stable core of knowledge (and the academic qualifications that go with this); not all areas demand extensive knowledge to practice successfully; and not all professionals have top degrees in their field.

What matters, though, is that these professionals have worked in a serious, thoughtful and sustained way to master the specialized knowledge needed to succeed in their fields; and that they keep this knowledge up-to-date, so that they can continue to deliver the best work possible.


Professionals get the job done. They’re reliable, and they keep their promises. If circumstances arise that prevent them from delivering on their promises, they manage expectations up front, and they do their best to make the situation right.

Professionals don’t make excuses, but focus on finding solutions.

Honesty and Integrity

Professionals exhibit qualities such as honesty and integrity. They keep their word, and they can be trusted implicitly because of this. They never compromise their  values, and will do the right thing, even when it means taking a harder road.

More than this, true professionals are humble – if a project or job falls outside their scope of expertise, they’re not afraid to admit this. They immediately ask for help when they need it, and they’re willing to learn from others.


Professionals hold themselves accountable for their thoughts, words, and actions, especially when they’ve made a mistake. This personal accountability is closely tied to honesty and integrity, and it’s a vital element in professionalism.


They also stay professional under pressure.

For instance, imagine a customer service employee who’s faced with an irate customer. Instead of getting upset or angry in return, the employee exhibits true professionalism by maintaining a calm, business-like demeanor, and by doing everything that she can to make the situation right.

Genuine professionals show respect for the people around them, no matter what their role or situation. They exhibit a high degree of emotional intelligence (EI) by considering the emotions and needs of others, and they don’t let a bad day impact how they interact with colleagues or clients.


Professionals look the part – they don’t show up to work sloppily dressed, with unkempt hair. They’re polished, and they dress appropriately for the situation. Because if this, they exude an air of confidence, and they gain respect for this.

Here are some further strategies that will help you be more professional in the workplace:

Build Expertise

Don’t let your knowledge and skills get outdated. Make a commitment to build expertise and stay up-to-date with your industry.

Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

Professionals can sense the emotional needs of others. They’re able to give clients and coworkers what they need, because they know how to listen actively and observe what’s happening.

So, if you want to improve your professionalism, focus on developing emotional intelligence.

Honor Your Commitments

Whenever you make a promise to your boss, colleagues, or clients, keep it. If it looks as if you won’t be able to meet a deadline, let your boss, team or client know as soon as sensibly possible. However, do what you can to avoid ending up in this situation!

Don’t make excuses – instead, focus on meeting expectations as best you can, and on making the situation right.

Be Polite

Be kind and polite and use good manners to everyone you come into contact with, no matter what their role is, and no matter how you’re feeling. This might sound unimportant, but it makes a significant impact.