So, how to put it into practice? Keep it simple and imagine a special space that feels sacred to you. You can also try meditation, yoga and journeying to help with this. Each of these methods has its own merits and maybe challenges. It is a personal thing, so find a method that works for you and one that takes you to the stillest mind space.
When you are in this space, imagine, in your mind’s eye, your vision, brightly. It is yours. Forever, a part of your life and perfect. The next stage, and one of the most important, is now to feel it, deeply. In every cell in your body. Own its presence. Really watch your feelings: this is your space. Peace, fulfilment and happiness might suggest a beautiful, solid and scalable mountain, for example; anger, frustration and impatience may evoke a volcano.
Now, identify it. If this feeling had a name, what would it be? Not the name of your vision, but the feeling that evokes and describes it. That identifies its completion. Dig deep, and avoid the mundane. The word can be made up as long as it feels right. Next, does a symbol come to mind? What shape? It may be an animal, bird or plant, or it may be an abstract shape. Describe it and observe the details. Is the animal sitting or running? Is the bird flying or in a nest; maybe it is an egg. If an abstract shape appears, is it sharp or with a rounded outline, or filled with one or more colours? Are any other colours presented? If so, what are the exact shades and hues? Be as precise as you like and amend the details as much as you like until your vision is identified in these powerful elements.