I think I have found a pattern of imagery that is a doorway to deeper imagination. This pattern naturally comes up when I’m falling asleep. It’s not always there but when it is, I know if I pay gentle attention to it, soon it will disappear and much more complex and magical content reveals itself.
Anyone interested in imagination and visualization training will find The Queen’s Gambit, a short tv-series now on Netflix, an important watch. In episode one we see the main character, Beth, travel the hero’s journey. This is the journey we must follow to get into our unconscious, not just once, but every time we practice imagination and visualization work. Read more…
Today we turn to the master himself, Leonardo da Vinci. In his writings for painters, we see a section devoted to activating and building imagination. Da Vinci gives a special and beautiful way of looking at objects to see our imagination. da Vinci’s Wall of Imagination video includes: how his method works, how-to-do-it instructions so you can do this work. Read more…
You have two goals: 1. actually get started using visualization-imagination in your life, and 2. get good at these skills. Knowing WHEN to explore and practice these skills will get you off to a great start. The WHEN is probably not the when you expect. Give me 2 minutes and you will be ready to go. Go to video.
Step-by-step for how to build imagery of your comfortable place. A place for you to check in and get centered for ease, heightened creativity, and a positive experience. Go to video.
The unconscious is the unpredictable, deeper, mysterious force in all of us that we can learn to communicate with, learn from, and receive insights and other help from.
Watch the 3-minute intro to why, what, and how to imagine. Go to video.
The fastest way to the imagination is to call up any of your memories. Memories already reside within the imagination and the process of recalling it, brings your day-to-day awareness into the imagination’s world. Go to the video.