Jul 17 2007

Guided Imagery: Exploring Spontaneous Images

I was trained by the Academy for Guided Imagery in a method called interactional guided imagery.

This method focuses on helping individuals create and explore spontaneous images from their own hearts and minds. This differs from other imagery methods where you are invited to create a specific image, like a road to a castle seen in the distance.

Personally, I always had trouble with these imagery exercises. I could imagine the road and see the castle, but as I more deeply relaxed, my mind would wander. I enjoyed myself, but never quite got to that special room in the castle!

So, when I found Interactional Guided Imagery, I was excited. This method focuses on helping the individual get to a deeper state of relaxation where they have more access to images connected to their hearts and souls.

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