When people think of visualization, a meditation technique, they may think of dark-robed monks sitting cross-legged for hours chanting monophonic syllables while staring at candles or, eyes closed, drifting off into other realms of consciousness. Yes, this is a form of visualization or meditation that has been used by devotees of a number of religions for thousands of years. As we mentioned earlier, visual intelligence uses both images we see with our eyes and images that are created from the mind’s eye. The mind is able to create visual images from within — that is how we dream. These processes are intuitive and represent a form of creativity that is also used regularly by artists and by executives in advertising, media, and major corporations to help employees focus and enhance creativity, problems-solving, and decision-making abilities.