CHRISTMAS-PERFECT IMAGERY CONCLUDES LIFE WITHIN LIFE SERIES

WELCOME TO BARBARAH’S BLOG!

Today’s Imagery includes the last exercises in the Blog IconLife Within Life series. The exercises are called  Les Voyages: By Jules Romains:  Meeting the Minds Through Love.  Jules Romains is a French author who lived between 1885-1972.  His work inspired Colette to develop this Imagery, which moves us from our relationship with ourself to that with another and then offers the opportunity to see how we are all united with one another and the Eternal One–a perfect gift for this blessed holiday season.

You’ll also find exercises for the celebration of Christmas by clicking on Advent: Spiritual Preparation for Christmas and moving forward from there.

Click Below for the concluding exercise in the Life Within Life Series Called Les Voyages: Meeting the Minds Through Love by Jules Romains, 

Click Below for the concluding exercise in Les Meeting the Minds Through Love by Jules Romains, Exercise 2

We’ll begin a new chapter in The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery on January 7th.  I look forward to being with you then.

Have a blessed holiday season filled with your fondest wishes and joy!

Barbarah

About Barbara Fedoroff

I'm a blogger and editor presenting time-tested tools for self-awareness. The blog teaches techniques for identifying synchronicities to inform decision-making and the use of Imagery to change beliefs no longer beneficial. Certified by the American Institute for Mental Imagery and co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery, I've been able to record many of the Imagery exercises of Mme. Colette Aboulker Muscat in blogs so you can experience the power of Imagery in your own home. My specialty is editing info written by professionals in fields often speaking their own "language," making it understood by a broader audience. My home is in the Poconos, and we enjoy family vacations at OBX N.C. Look forward to feedback after you preview the blog. Find me on LinkedIn as barbfed@ptd.net and Instagram as bfedoroff1
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