NOW YOU CAN HEAR THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR IMAGERY FEATURED IN BARBARA’S BLOG.
This new Click & Listen Feature does exactly what it says: You Click the icon and Listen to an Imagery exercise or other messages that are announced.
Click Here And Listen
Instructions for Imagery Using Click and Listen
As always, make yourself comfortable…feet uncrossed and flat on the floor or resting on a footstool or cushion…body upright..arms and hands on armrests or hands in your lap, uncrossed. Read the blog and watch for the Click and Listen icons.
Breathing for Imagery
Click & Listen will usually instruct you to breathe out three times; however, sometimes you’ll hear an instruction to breathe out two times or one time. The emphasis is always on the outbreath, in which you exhale through your mouth longer and more slowly than usual and follow this with a regular inbreath through your nose. Practice the outbreath/ inbreath cycle several times. It will soon feel comfortable.
Click & Listen gives you 9 seconds of silence after the instruction to breathe out usually three, though sometimes two times or one.. The exercise instruction follows, including 15 seconds of silence for your Imagery to reveal itself. You’ll then be instructed to breathe out one time and open your eyes.
If there are several Imagery exercises in series, the first instruction will be to Close your eyes and breathe out three times (infrequently this may be two times or one). At the end of the exercise, you’ll be instructed to Breathe out one time, keeping your eyes closed. After 5 seconds, you’ll receive instructions for the next exercise. A series may include two or more exercises.
What Occurs In An Imagery Experience?
Imagery usually expresses itself in symbols or pictures; however, it can also occur as sounds; senses felt in the body; feelings, which are emotions; or a combination of these. If you get no response in the 15 seconds left on the tape for Imagery, come back to the exercise later in the day or at your next Imagery session. In the meantime, complete the exercises on the tape. Have patience. Developing a rich Imagery life is worth the effort.
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