We know that visualization and prayer works – but intuitively also know that some secret key or keys are missing.

After initial success with spiritual and psychological success secrets and wisdom, including prayer and meditation, positive thinking and visualization (including the Law of Attraction), many people find that their results dwindle or remain at a certain level.

While visualization helps manifest one’s heartfelt dreams, the day to day way one sees the real world can be a huge stumbling block. Inspirational gurus insist that conscious visualization and affirmation overrides the unconscious, but we would have better proof of this through a world blessed by far more peace and abundance, considering all the conscious visualization and prayers (a form of conscious visualization and connection with the Divine) over the centuries and decades.

One answer is right in front of your nose – literally. It is how you see your world – your reality in any given moment on a day to day basis. Yes, you can “overlay” your intended and affirmed vision, but you must somewhat visually perceive reality or else you will walk into real walls, stumble risk physical injury.

For many people the world around them seems to whisper or proclaim unwanted or unrecognized “truths” about who they are, what they have and what they can do, plus what their society or world is like. After beginning the day with prayer, affirmations, meditation, etc., the sights of the day: dishes left in the sink, messy desks, ever higher prices for basic wants and needs, standards of impossibly beautiful people featured on advertising, being stuck in traffic or public transportation, seeing unhappy or angry faces wherever one goes in public, etc, can bring one down.

Yet there is a secret way to see the world that has been known and appreciated by scientists (Newton, Einstein), artists (Da Vinci, van Gogh), and spiritual leaders (most all) – the people and kind of people mentioned in The Secret, but usually also known as Judeo-Christian leaders. It is simple to understand, easy to do, but take practice. Learn to see the world in a new way: as energy.

A new Post Conceptual art theory, founded by Judy Rey Wasserman called UnGraven Image depicts the world as energy. It uses symbols for strokes so you can see the inherent energy. Post Conceptual UnGraven Image is art at the intersection of ancient spiritual wisdom and cutting edge science. Seeing Wasserman’s paintings and prints in person or online at www.ungravenimage.com will inspire the way you see the world. In a similar way, artists who are famous for their clearly visible stroke work have inspired new visions of the world, such as van Gogh, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, and the Impressionists. Next time you are at a major art museum, focus on the strokes of the great artists. Se how they become and create the image.

Author's Bio: 

Judy Rey Wasserman is the founder and artist of Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art theory. She is also a professional author, motivational speaker, non-denominational spiritual seminar leader and consultant. Her work, including prints for investors and collectors, inspirational articles, images of paintings and drawings are at www.ungravenimage.com