February 1, 2011
Using imagery in therapy is energy medicine. If energy medicine can be defined as the means to change subtle energy systems in the body, then the use of imagery qualifies by addressing negative emotions in a way that can lead to transformation. Guided imagery, active imagination, and art therapy all can be used in this way.
September 11, 2010
Take a look at this new web site I discovered a couple of days ago, Guided Imagery Collective. Jose Said Osio is a kindred spirit and his well constructed and attractive site is about his interest in guided imagery, art, wellness, and spirit. Check it out.
June 20, 2007
Here’s good idea well presented by the folks at Getty. Change Me is a worldwide project that brings together people to share ideas. The idea of the site is to ask participants to choose an image from GettyImages creative or editorial collections and comment on why you find it to be affecting or impactful.
From the site:
You may want to use an image to change my opinion about what’s beautiful or important. You may want to change my mood. If your ambitious, you might change my ideals, or even change my life. Or maybe you’d just like to raise a laugh, or a quiet smile.
Each image submitted supports Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria and Getty will donate $10 for each entry up to their goal of $250,000.
The site is not only a good idea but very well designed- you may find it to be fun to navigate.