Olympians Use Imagery as Mental Training – The New York Times

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“The more an athlete can image the entire package, the better it’s going to be,” said Nicole Detling, a sports psychologist with the United States Olympic team. This is, more than ever, a multisensory endeavor, which is why the term “imagery” is now often preferred to “visualization.”

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The Art of Dreams | The Public Domain Review

Dreams have long proved a fertile ground for human creativity and expression, and no less so than in the visual arts, giving rise to some of its most arresting images. In addition to the many and varied dreams so important to religion and myth there has emerged, in the last few centuries since the birth of Romanticism, an exploration of the more personal dream-world. Indeed, with its link to the unconscious, the form has perhaps proved the perfect vehicle for those artists looking to surface that which lies

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