Walls of the Mind Punctured!

June 29, 2009

Writer_surreal ~Philippe Fernandez, 2009, Examiner.com


Guided imagery can have many uses in our lives- here's an example of one more. In the June 28th publication of Examiner.com/Philadelphia, June Quesinberry continues her series, Personal Definition as a Writer with this third part that address a use of guided imagery for the writing process. She discusses the roles of the conscious and unconscious minds and how they can be used together to facilitate writing. 

"This is where guided imagery techniques, meditation, and self-hypnosis will puncture the holes in the walls of the mind between the active and inactive mindsets."

Have any of you tried this or anything like it?


One Response to “Walls of the Mind Punctured!”

  1. Sandy Says:

    Certainly have experienced the process happening as she describes, but haven’t used any formal documenting of the process…..so a lot of ideas do get lost! Not sure I can be so organized as to have the idea/book at the ready, but would like to try it to see if I can hang on to some of those ideas more easily.

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