Written by Adelaide Bry, narrated by Adelaide Bry. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial. Visualization: Directing the Movies of Your Mind (Perennial Library). Adelaide Bry . from: $ est (Erhard Seminars Training): 60 Hours That Transform Your. Adelaide Bry was a psychotherapist who, in addition to conducting a clinical practice, ran frequent workshops Visualization: Directing the Movies of Your Mind.
This unique audio program teaches visualziation the theory and practice of visualization andperhaps even more importanthow to develop the trust and self-confidence to make it work for you!
Discover what scientists, doctors, athletes and executives have proven: What you can visualize, you can have! The Mental Home Movie method is easy to follow and easy to use. Harness and apply the powers of your imagination to make your subconscious images conscious, and reshape and refine those images into what you want them to be. Detailed techniques and sample scripts immediately get you on your way to achieving your dreams and goals in life. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 06, jb Byrkit rated it liked it Shelves: A good beginning to visualization. Jun 27, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book provides detailed steps that illustrate how to relax and guide your thoughts into something positive. The topics I was most interested in were scripts to help you heal, as well as stay healthy. I will vusualization Xeroxing this inform “The body can do incredible things if the mind will let it.
I will be Xeroxing this information before I return this book to my library. It’s all in how you see things; visualize what is happening and what you want to happen. This is something that I will bfy to use for a long time. I have not kicked my Bell’s Palsy, but I vry better than when I started.
People who are strangers to visualizations benefit the most from this book as it covers the most important aspects of visualization, however those who have already read one in depth book about this subject might not be able to discover anything new in this book.
Sep 04, Katrina Sark rated it it was ok. Visualizing advisors within oneself: A number of doctors encourage vishalization patients to enter into a dialogue with an archetypal or mythical figure, which they discover in themselves.
The purpose of this dialogue is to find the meaning of the disease. What the physical symptoms represent. The internationally acclaimed pain specialist, Dr. David Bresner suggests that people locate within themselves a man, a woman, and a Visualizing advisors within oneself: David Bresner suggests that people locate within themselves a man, a woman, and a child advisor.
These figures are symbolic of certain aspects we all have. The active and rational, the receptive and intuitive, the spontaneous and trusting. He also suggests that you be honest with your advisors and not make commitments that you are unwilling or unable to keep.
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Treat your advisor as you would treat any valued, trusted friend. A runner sees a large hand along the whole of his back giving assistance as he runs. When fatigued, the runner imagines himself leaning into the hand.
Another visualization sees a sky hook holding the runner erect while it pulls the adelaixe over the ground. Other people may know some of what we know, but nobody else can possibly duplicate all that we have experienced. Most of us see ourselves as the victims of our problems. Our problems run us, rather than the other way around.
We also believe that most of visualizatuon, if not all of them are caused or aggravated by circumstances beyond our control. The truth is, all our problems have solutions, and adlaide solutions reside within us. Put yourself into a relaxed, receptive state 2.
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See the images of your visualization clearly and in detail, concentrate on them. If your mind wanders, bring it gently back to your pictures.
Change, expand, or modify them in any way that feels right at the moment. Become aware of the feelings you associate with the pictured goal.
You might feel a yearning, excitement or peacefulness. Let both your body and mind afelaide whatever is there. If negative feelings come up, fear, anger, anxiety or irritation, it is important not visuqlization push them away.
Look for what is causing them. At this point, it would be valuable for you to concentrate on these negative feelings and explore them or challenge them. They may point to a counter-current that is undermining the positive visualization.
Tell yourself that you deserve the very best in life and especially the state or object or goal that you are visualizing. Trust and believe that you will have what it is you want. Nov 20, Yvonne Davis rated it it was amazing. Liz rated it it was amazing Sep 19, Merely Blink rated it really liked it Apr 07, Casey Woolley rated it liked it Sep 09, NattyD rated it really liked it Jun 10, Susan rated it it was amazing May 27, Doug rated it really liked it Nov 06, Shubham Shrivastava rated it liked it Sep 14, Daniel Longwe rated it it was amazing Jun 16, Jon-Michael Dreher rated it it was amazing Feb 15, Leland rated it it was amazing Dec 10, John Elvin rated it really liked it Oct 13, Chelsey rated it liked it Nov 08, Shuchi rated it liked it Aug 28, Janice Weinheimer rated it it was amazing May 01, Tjtmartens rated it it was ok Aug 28, Nazeer marked it as to-read Jul 30, Meryl Beck added it Feb 14, Penny marked it as to-read Aug 21, Stephen James added it Dec 09, Dawn marked it as to-read Jan 13, Yanina added it Jan 14, Jason Cespedes marked it as to-read Jan 31, Trini marked it as to-read Mar 06, Lisa added it Mar 28, Jillian Juniper is currently reading it Apr 06, Christy Ruffner marked it as to-read Apr 09, Oualid Oualidos added it Apr 11, Jack added it May 20, Scott marked it as to-read May 29, Meralys Puerta marked it as to-read Jun 26, Monsy Wilson added it Sep 13, Gabriel Fernandez added it Jan 02, Ainsworth marked it as to-read Jan 05, Sarsak marked it as to-read Jan 07, Liam Moran marked it as to-read Feb 07,
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