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Mirroring calls our attention to behavior that’s out of character with all we can be. We recognize the behavior by our reaction to it in others. At first it may annoy us. Ignore it, and the volume increases, bringing this denied part of ourselves to our attention.
I allow myself to become irritated with political candidates who take too long to make their point. Looking at them as a mirror, I realize I sometimes write more than it takes to make a point. (It’s a synchronicity that the Little Life-Changing Experience blogs came to me now.)
Imagery may bring out denied behaviors no longer serving you, so be alert to your reactions to people and note them in your Personal Imagery Journal. Changing the behavior may come with your awareness of it. Or you may try reversing , which we’ll review after the next chapter of Colette’s exercises.
From The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery, Page 80: LIFE AND LIGHT
Close your eyes and breathe out one time. See yourself becoming moderate and obtaining balance in all dimensions of living, except when searching for truth. Breathe out one time. See yourself setting aside a half-minute a day, twice a day, for quieting Imagery. Breathe out one time. See yourself reducing now the frequency of stressful life changes. Breathe out one time and open your eyes.
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Happy Imaging, Barbarah