Creative Visualization: See it, Feel it, Trust it

For anyone who has been following my content for some time, they will know that I’m a faithful advocate and practitioner of creative visualization.

The power of the human mind and the faculty of our imagination often goes unexplored and untapped for most of us in adulthood.

To this, I say, “Say it ain’t so!”

With this said, creative visualization means different things to different people, so what brand of creative visualization am I talking about?

What is Creative Visualization?

When I speak of creative visualization, I’m reffering to the art of deliberate creation. The practice of harnessing your imagination to visualize your desired outcome and manifest what you desire.

I’ve written extensively about how to do this.

In an effort to simplify how to use creative visualization to deliberately manifest your desires, I will be sharing the SFT framework.

The SFT framework I will be sharing with you today is a simple process that will help you manifest your desires faster.

The SFT Framework of Creative Visualization

The SFT framework for creative visualization is a short acronym that will help you simplify your manifestation practice.

The S in SFT stands for See It.

This step in our framwork involves harnessing your imagination (your minds eye) to see your desires playing out.

S: See It

Closely related to seeing it (what you desire) coming to pass involves rehearsing or practicing the act of deliberate creation. This involves consistency.

When we see, rehearse, or practice creative visualization with enough intensity and frequency, the quantum field (Source/God), as law, must manifest what we desire.

It’s as if, we’ve exposed a glitch in the system and the quantum field rushes to correct the glitch. I shared more about the science of these “glitches” and how to expose them in a previous post.

Because our subconscious mind doesn’t differentiate between what’s real and what’s imagined, when we practice creative visualization, we’re setting out to deliberately create whatever it is that we imagine.

F: Feel It

The next letter in our SFT framework is F, and F stands for Feel It.

Once we have a vivid picture of our desire coming to pass in our minds eye (imagination), we must elicit or induce the same emotions we would feel if we were actually participating in that event.

We must ACTUALLY feel exactly how we would feel when our desire is playing out.

We both have to see it vividly and feel it intensely.

It’s in this feeling it stage that most people flaunder in their creative visualization practice. They are unable to induce the right emotional signatures to expose a glitch in the quantum field.

As Tesla once famously said, if we want to find the “secrets of the universe”, we must think in terms of, “energy, frequency, and vibration.”

As I’ve written about previously, emotion is energy in motion. If you’re interested in the science behind this, watch the documentary E-Motion.

T: Trust It

After we’ve created a vivid picture in our minds eye, have induced the emotional state that we would experience when our desires come to pass, the last step in our SFT framework is to Trust It.

In trusting that the universe will manifest our desires, we are settling into a calm and confident expectation that whatever we desire is already ours. In this space, there’s no wanting, only believing.

For many of us, we may have to grow our beliefs inorder to enter a fixed postion of calm, confident expectation.

Trusting invoves having faith that our desires are assured to us. All doubt has been vanquished and all that remains is a prevailing trust in supernatural provision.

So far from being wishful thinking, this supernatural provision is encoded in the fabric of reality as natural law. All we have to do is see it, feel it, and trust it.

Let me know in the comments below what your favorite manifestation experiences are.

If you like this kind of content and would like to receive more directly to your inbox as soon as it’s published, make sure to subscribe/follow.

I’d love to hear from you! If you have questions, would just like to say hi, or have a good joke to share with me, reach out to me at When time permits, I personally respond to each email I receive.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox

A Little Bit About Me…

Hi, my name is Daniel Fortune. I’m a husband to 1, dad to 5, U.S. Army combat veteran, mental health advocate, writer, and public speaker currently residing in the central valley of the sunny state of California. I started the Minding My Own Madness Blog as with a vision to become one of the best personal development and mental health resource blogs. As someone who has battled with combat related PTSD and Bipolar 1 Disorder for 2 decades now, I intimately know the unique struggles people living with a mental illness face. Feel free to contact me at if you find yourself in crisis or would just like to say hi. I’m always just a message away.

Daniel Fortune - Minding My Own Madness
Daniel Fortune – Minding My Own Madness

“You can’t fail if you refuse to quit. Keep fighting the good fight and NEVER lose hope. You’re not alone. There are other people feeling the same way you feel right now. Asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of wisdom.”

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I had the honor of serving with Fortune overseas. He is a solid guy and our relationship has lasted long after us both leaving the Army. He has helped me get out of dark places multiple times. I’m extremely grateful for his friendship and ability to sense when others are in need. Read his content, ask him questions, and journey well!

— Eric (Friend/Army veteran)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

So glad I found this blog! It helped me find the mental health resources I needed and get out of a rough patch. Doesn’t hurt to shoot Daniel a message. He was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to respond to me. You won’t regret it. He’s a really cool, down to earth, and knowledgable guy who knows what it’s like to struggle. So grateful for this blog!

— Spencer

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: